A YouGov poll of 1,843 people conducted on April 10 to 11 found the Labour Party is a clear leader with 24 percent of the public’s backing, with the Conservative trailing at 16 percent and the Brexit Party at 15 percent.
Nigel Farage is believed to be preparing to unveil the party’s candidate line up in the coming days after revealing the sister of eurosceptic MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, Annunziata, had joined the ranks of the new party after years as a Conservative Party member.
John Longworth, former leader of the British Chamber of Commerce and longtime supporter of Brexit, was also announced as a candidate to stand for the party in the May election.
In a column for the Daily Telegraph, the former head of the British Chambers of Commerce said MPs have “done everything possible to frustrate, delay and undermine Brexit”.
He claimed both the Tories and Labour “lied, obfuscated and dissembled” in failing to fulfil the result of the 2016 EU referendum.
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