Brexit Party's Farage turns down electoral pact offer from PM Johnson's Conservatives: report
Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Britain's ruling Conservative Party has made an offer of an electoral pact to Nigel Farage, which has been turned down by the Brexit Party leader, The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported.
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Shadow Foreign Secretary Chuka Umunna says the "Leave alliance" between the Brexit Party and Conservative Party was a "pact between populists, right-wing nationalists".
On Monday, leader Nigel Farage said he was putting "country before party" and would pull Brexit Party candidates out of the 317... Umunna: Brexit Party and Tory alliance is pact of right-wing 01:29
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