In Major Reversal, Farage Says Brexit Party Won't Challenge Tory-Held Seats | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

In Major Reversal, Farage Says Brexit Party Won't Challenge Tory-Held Seats

After initially insisting that the Brexit Party would contest more than 600 seats in the upcoming UK general election and denying rumors about a possible "alliance" with the Tories, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has back-tracked, big time.

Instead of challenging every seat, the BP's election strategy will leave out 317 Tory-held seats won during the last election, increasing the chances of a pro-Brexit majority. Now, the BP will focus on Labour-held seats, particularly seats situated in districts that voted in favor of 'Leave'.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Wow, that is a pretty spectacular one hundred-eighty degree turn, and one that just may work to Farage's advantage.

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