United Kingdom eyes July Brexit deal

Theresa May’s party slumps to fifth place in opinion poll as pressure mounts for her to step down

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Mr Farage revealed yesterday he will stand to be an MP - calling it "his duty" - as his Brexit Party looks set to thrash the Tories into fifth place in the upcoming European Union elections.

Asked if he wanted to become prime minister, Farage shrugged, "No, not particularly".

According to analysts at Rabobank, the recently held local elections in England and Northern Ireland had an expected results and lead to a breakthrough in Tory-Labour talks on a desired Brexit outcome.

Speaking to Talk Radio yesterday, Farage said he believed the BBC had "no interest in dealing with this election fairly", adding: "In fact, until this week nobody from the Brexit party had appeared on any major BBC programme".

With Conservative and Labour parties damaged by their handling of Brexit, does this "last UK-EU election" point towards a new dawn for UK politics?

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Deputy leader Jo Swinson said Labour had a chance to stop the United Kingdom leaving the European Union but was instead "negotiating to try to make Brexit happen". However, if the Tories do poll under 10% (a 5/2 shot at Ladbrokes) that'll help pile the pressure on Theresa May to go sooner rather than later. Founded in January, the party could well top the polls with the ruling Conservatives facing the humiliation of a virtual wipeout. "There will be a substantive Cabinet discussion on wherever we have got to", a senior government source said.

Anger at the Brexit morass is fueling support for smaller parties ahead of a European Parliament election next week.

Brexit has been delayed until October 31 as MPs failed to reach an agreement on how best to exit the EU.

He went on to say he would be prepared to "do a deal with the devil" for a Brexit which would see the United Kingdom leave the Customs Union, the single market, and the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.

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Despite the warnings from the Labour camp, Downing Street remained firm in its opposition to a second referendum on Monday.

Starmer said that as many as 150 of Labour's 246 lawmakers "would not back a deal if it hasn't got a confirmatory vote".

May opened talks with Labour six weeks ago after failing three times to get her agreement through the House of Commons in the face of objections from both her own side and the opposition.

He said for some people, the election is being seen as nearly a second referendum on whether to leave the EU.

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