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Independent Tuesday, 27 August 2019
Nigel Farage claims he could form 'non-aggression pact' with Conservatives if prime minister pursues no-deal Brexit as he announces candidates
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News video: Farage would form ‘non-aggression pact’ with Tories if PM pursues no-deal Brexit

Farage would form ‘non-aggression pact’ with Tories if PM pursues no-deal Brexit 01:27

The Brexit Party would form a “non-aggression pact” with the Conservative Party if it pursues a no-deal Brexit, Nigel Farage has confirmed. The party held a rally in Westminster to announce its next wave of candidates to fight for seats in the next general election.

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