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Farage factor anchors Reform’s fight to save Britain

15 June 2024

1:20 PM

15 June 2024

1:20 PM

The Farage factor is inbound and on board for the July 4 UK General Election in what is fast becoming a metaphorical D-Day.

The political difference between now and 80 years ago?

This isn’t a Battle for Britain, it’s a fight to save what’s left of Britain.

By entering the race, Nigel Farage’s former Brexit Party has put what he calls the social democrat uniparty – made up of the Conservative-lite Tories and Marxian-Woke UK Labour – on notice.

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