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Brexit Party voters defy Farage over Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal

The vast majority of Brexit Party voters disagree with their leader about Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal, a poll has revealed.

According to a new poll by Survation, 67% of Brexit Party voters support Boris Johnson’s deal, despite Nigel Farage branding it “appalling” and saying he would rather delay Brexit than see it passed.

Last week, Johnson agreed a Brexit deal with the EU, which he will attempt to pass in the House of Commons today, after it was blocked by MPs on Saturday.

Farage has subsequently said that the announcement of Johnson’s deal was the “darkest moment” since he started campaigning for Brexit in 1993.

However, it seems that Farage’s resistance to the deal is a minority view among his supporter base.

Looks like Farage is losing his grip on his fans. Perhaps they will now start questioning why it’s impossible for him to be removed as leader…

11 responses to “Brexit Party voters defy Farage over Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal

  1. The tit for tat will build up until Brexit is delivered.
    It is the will of the British people, and these Nigel Farage has consistently worked to uphold.
    Brexit party folk must see the people through the eyes of Nigel Farage; anything less will ensure
    a greater leverage by the social left which has tied up parliament over and over so that it seems
    as though they have a strangle hold on the parliament and the public.
    The public have a conscience.
    They have rights.
    They must not be bullied in the same way that Tony Blair bullied them, believing that he knew what was best for them, instead making himself on of the most dangerous people on the planet.
    British people all know their little island cost them plenty to stay free.
    The social left think that they know a better way.
    So far from Margaret Thatcher to William Hague, this has been shown to be utterly false.

    1. It was the will of the people three and a half years ago. If we live by leavers democracy rules we will never have another general election.

  2. Who are Survation backed by?
    What was the question asked of the Brexit supporters?
    Yes us Brexit supporters are fed up with the delay to a simple process. Hijacked by remainers and the Left it has been drawn out to no benifit to anyone.

    Brexit supporters will hang in and if Johnson’s ridiculous deal goes through then watch out Parliament there will be a good number of Brexit Party MPs in there after the General Election
    We could hold a large influence similar to what the DUP have in the past. Times are a changing.
    The major parties have shown they only sit in Westminster for their own benefit not that of the public that voted them in.

  3. Who are Survation backed by?
    What was the question asked of the Brexit supporters?
    Yes us Brexit supporters are fed up with the delay to a simple process. Hijacked by remainers and the Left it has been drawn out to no benifit to anyone.

    Brexit supporters will hang in and if Johnson’s ridiculous deal goes through then watch out Parliament there will be a good number of Brexit Party MPs in there after the General Election
    We could hold a large influence similar to what the DUP have in the past. Times are a changing.
    The major parties have shown they only sit in Westminster for their own benefit not that of the public that voted them in.

  4. This is just a fake news outlet. How does it end up in Google hits? In other news, tap-dancing dolphins have been seen on mars

  5. Scramnews is without doubt a vile undemocratic fake news outlet, should be blocked, it condemns people like Nigel farage & others that do not agree with it. This fake news outlet is so much up its own arse, it should be totally dismissed. I will not look at it anymore

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