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News24.com | Farage: Johnson must change Brexit deal to win my backing

News24 Thursday, 7 November 2019
The Brexit Party leader, who is not standing as an MP, previously said the Withdrawal Deal must be entirely scrapped.
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News video: Farage does not want to be 'hunkered down' by standing in election

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Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says he does not want to be "hunkered down" by standing to be an MP himself in the upcoming election. Instead he said he would be focusing on helping more than 600 candidates from his party to try to get elected. Mr Farage also criticised the new Brexit deal that...

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