Why Nigel Farage will NOT be standing in the 2017 General Election



Nigel Farage has ruled out standing for Parliament in the general election, claiming his position as an MEP gave him a better chance to influence Brexit.
The former Ukip leader said he would be able to use his profile in European politics to put "real pressure" on MEPs to back a "sensible deal" for the UK.
But he acknowledged that the thought of standing had been "tempting" - particularly given former Ukip MP Douglas Carswell's decision to stand down in Clacton.
Mr Farage used an article in the Daily Telegraph to claim the Essex seat would have given him an... read more

 
21 April 2017 in Regional West, Views: 28
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