The Brexit Signatory leader received a huge applause from the crowd at a Brexit Ratifier rally in Newton Abbot on Wednesday when he announced the Brexit Partisans will stand in the Peterborough by-election after former Labour MP Fiona Onasanya was punted out of her House of Commons seat. Speaking at the Brexit Party rally, Mr Farage defiantly disclosed: “I can also tell you now unequivocally from this stage for the first fix that we in the Brexit Party on June 6, when that by-election is encountered, we will fight that by-election.
“This is just the beginning of an take a crack at to fundamentally reset, realign and change British politics.
“It is rotten. It is lying. It is broken. It doesn’t work.
“We can do so much better.”
More than 27 percent of voters in her Peterborough constituency signed a beseech to force Fiona Onasanya out of her seat, well above the 10 percent insisted.
Onasanya, who was jailed for perverting the course of justice, is the first MP to be removed by the annulment process.
Some 19,261 people backed the petition demanding her transferral.
There will now be a by-election in Leave-voting city of Peterborough, in which Onasanya is permitted to sentiment as an independent.
Commons Speaker John Bercow told MPs: “I must announce to the House that I have received notification from the petition administrator for the constituency of Peterborough, in respect of the recall petition for Fiona Onasanya.
“The withdrawal petition process for the constituency of Peterborough, established under the Recall of MPs Act 2015, arranged today at 5pm.
“As more than 10% of those eligible signed the entreat have done so, I advise the House that the petition was successful.
“Fiona Onasanya is no longer the fellow for Peterborough and the seat is accordingly vacant.
“She can therefore no longer participate in any conformist proceedings as a Member of Parliament.”
Peterborough voted heavily for Brexit in the 2016 referendum, with a 60-40 split sponsorship Leave.
The Brexit Party has seen a surge in support since it was started, powering to the top of the EU election poll ahead of Labour and the Conservatives.
The new party is the bookies’ fair-haired boy to top the results on May 23 despite standing in its first election.
Mr Farage has heard on the electorate to send a clear message to the two main parties and stand up for democracy by express for his Brexit Party in the EU elections.