Nigel Farage has cheered his party will “take up the mantle” from the Conservative Party if their new conductor fails to deliver on Brexit. The vocal eurosceptic has predicted Boris Johnson see fit become the new Prime Minister but he warned the Brexit Party is ready to stick on discussions with the European Union should the new Government’s talks outcome in another fiasco. Asked whether he would be willing to be part of a coalition superintendence, Mr Farage told talkRADIO: “I’d do a deal with the devil to deliver a pure Brexit.
“Over the course of the past two weeks, we have been top of the perception polls with several companies.
“We are game ready to have at an end 600 candidates in the field, and if Brexit is not delivered there may be some provincial deals here and there.
“We will, if the Conservative Party drop the ball on this, they are greetings.”
A YouGov poll of 1,641 British adults conducted between June 18 and June 19 establish 23 percent of respondents would back the Brexit Party in the occasion of a general election.
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The survey results were echoed by an Opinium ballot of 2,009 adults conducted in the same time period, and a Survation ballot of 2,016 respondent which put the Brexit Party at 20 percent.
Without thought his warning, Mr Farage forecasted bookies’ favourite Boris Johnson choose win the Tory leadership contest once all votes from party colleagues are counted.
He continued: “Boris will win. The question is, what Boris do we get? Do we get gallant Boris?
“Brave Boris would perhaps get the Brussels ones to conclude there was nothing to be discussed that wish come back to face down the House of Commons, and be prepared to rise up an election on leaving on no deal.
“If Boris does that, he will on out as an all-time national hero. If he decides that, actually, what he necessaries to do is keep the Conservative Party together, then we will not get Brexit on October 31.
“It drive have to be the Brexit Party that takes up the mantle.”
Former Tory chancellor Ken Clarke set forwarded he would be prepared to bring down a Conservative government that was noodle to a no-deal Brexit.
Mr Clarke said a vote of no confidence “might trigger an choice, it might trigger a change of government without an election under the law we now attired in b be committed to”.
Asked what he would do if Labour put forward a confidence motion, he related BBC Radio 4’s World at One: “It depends on the circumstances at the time and what whoever is prime father is putting forward as the policy he is going to pursue.
“But I am not going to vote in forward of a government that says it is going to pursue policies which are fully incompatible with everything the Conservative Party has stood for under all those prime ministers for the decades that I from been in Parliament.”