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Nigel Farage's Brexit party set for Shoreham Airport rally

Nigel Farage's Brexit party set for Shoreham Airport rally

Jacob Rees-Mogg gave LBC listeners his reaction to the news that his sister had joined Nigel Farage's Brexit Party ahead of the European Union elections next month.

The letter says the elections, expected to cost £110million, will be "a huge waste of time, money and resources". If we offer a confirmatory ballot we could do very well.' A leaked Labour document shows its applicants will not even be interviewed face to face.

"They're not going to go on for months, they're certainly going to continue next week", Lidington said.

The letter has been signed by 36 constituency chairmen from across the country.

However, the former party chairman Sir Patrick McLoughlin warned those agitating for a swift leadership change that installing a hard Brexiter in No 10 would not necessarily solve the party's electoral problems.

May, 62, took power in the aftermath of Britain's surprise 2016 vote to leave the European Union and has seen her government paralysed by divisions over Brexit and unable to enact an ambitious reform agenda to tackle social injustice.

And a meeting between party chiefs when MPs return to Westminster is being planned to assess the progress that had been made.

May has come under fire from MPs including former leader Iain Duncan Smith following her decision to agree an extension that would result in the United Kingdom taking part in European elections next month.

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He said: "We really have to get out and we simply can not fight the Euro elections".

Writing in the Daily Telegraph, he admitted he had been tempted to vote Ukip in the last Euro elections.

He said the United Kingdom "simply can not fight the Euro elections" which it will be forced to participate in if a Brexit deal has not been passed.

Britain's ruling Conservative Party can not let itself be defined exclusively by Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May's de facto deputy said on Sunday, as polling showed failure to leave the European Union on schedule has badly damaged its support.

He added: "I am a little bit anxious that the European Union in future will be determining trade deals and we won't really have a say".

He said the two sides would "take stock" after Easter before deciding whether a deal is possible.

Earlier, Labour MP David Lammy was asked if his party and the government could come together around a customs union version of Brexit.

Duncan Smith has now requested that she stands down in May and described talks with Labour as a "recipe for disaster".