Three MEPs who quit – and one who was sacked by – the Brexit Party have joined the Conservatives.
The Conservative Party spent more than any other party on Facebook and Instagram adverts in the run-up to last week’s General Election, analysis by the PA news agency has found.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has vowed to be “not too far away from the action” after Boris Johnson led the Conservatives to victory at the polls.
Nigel Farage will discover on Friday morning whether he has been successful in delivering the Brexit Party’s first MP.
Boris Johnson remains on course for a Conservative majority of 28 seats – but the Prime Minister has lost ground in the past two weeks and a hung parliament could still be on the cards, according to YouGov.
Leave-supporting voters in Labour heartlands should “vote tactically” and back the Brexit Party instead of the Conservatives, Nigel Farage has urged.
The Brexit Party could reform into the “reform party” if the UK leaves the EU on January 31, party leader Nigel Farage has suggested.
Boris Johnson has been accused of lying to the public over his promises to reduce immigration.
Nigel Farage has described Friday’s debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn as “very repetitive”, saying: “I just don’t think this is a very inspiring campaign.”
Nigel Farage pulled out of speaking at a Brexit Party defence rally because he feared his attendance would be a “distraction” following a spate of resignations.
Andrew Neil has torn into Boris Johnson for refusing to commit to an interview on his BBC show.
The Prime Minister has again been accused of “running scared” from scrutiny after ITV confirmed he has not agreed to a leader’s interview.
Nigel Farage says he would prefer Boris Johnson to be prime minister over Jeremy Corbyn – and that the Tory leader “will have a majority” after the election.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party has found its way to the top of the news agenda with just a week until voters go to the polls.
Nigel Farage has accused three MEPs who quit his Brexit Party and urged people to vote Conservative of having personal links with the Tories.
Three Brexit Party MEPs have quit the party to back Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal and the Conservatives instead.
Nigel Farage visited a cafe, a pub and a battery firm while lending his backing to the Brexit Party’s candidate in Nottinghamshire’s Ashfield constituency, MEP Martin Daubney.
The Brexit Party has sacked one of its most high-profile figures and MEPs, accusing him of having “repeatedly undermined” Nigel Farage’s election strategy.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said it is “absolutely” right for him to mention the London Bridge attack during his election campaign.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said suggestions Labour could change its campaigning strategy are “almost an acceptance that they have lost the election”.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has told supporters that an “extreme cult” has taken over the Labour Party and Jeremy Corbyn is not fit to be prime minister.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said he believes the election has not “taken off” and revealed that he is considering spoiling his ballot paper.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said the Labour election campaign is “bombing”.
Nigel Farage has called for a cap on immigration as he set out the Brexit Party’s policy platform for the General Election.
Nigel Farage has called for a cap on immigration, a 50% cut in the foreign aid budget and the scrapping of HS2 as he set out the Brexit Party’s policy platform for the General Election.
An anti-Brexit campaign group has bought the website “thebrexitparty.com” and is offering to sell it to Nigel Farage for over a million pounds.
Scottish MEP Louis Stedman-Bryce has quit the Brexit Party, condemning them for selecting an election candidate who has written homophobic Facebook posts.
Nigel Farage has offered an apology to his supporters in Dudley North after accusing Brexit Party MEP Rupert Lowe of “disgusting” behaviour in pulling out as a candidate at the 11th hour.
Boris Johnson has dismissed as “nonsense” claims that the Conservatives offered peerages to senior Brexit Party figures in a bid to get them to stand aside in the General Election.
Nigel Farage has claimed that the Conservatives offered jobs and peerages to his Brexit Party in a bid to get him to pull candidates from marginal seats.