NIGEL Farage hasnamed his price to make an election pact with Boris Johnson – a No Deal Brexit.

So will The Brexit Party support the PM and who are the MP candidates in Nigel Farage’s party?

Nigel Farage suggested he would be willing to team up with Boris Johnson if the current deal is scrapped

What is The Brexit Party?

The Brexit Party is a new party with a populist outlook that has been launched to push for the EU referendum result to be respected.

Mr Farage previously accused former PM Theresa May of turning Britain into a laughing stock on the world stage over Brexit.

I said in 2013 that Ukip was going to cause an earthquake in British politics and I think we can safely say we did that,” he said.

The ambition now is to cause a revolution in British politics and to end the two-party structure as it is, its just not working.

What has Nigel Farage said about The Brexit Party and why did he leave UKIP?

Mr Farage has promised to fight Boris Johnsonin every seat unless the PM drops his Brexit deal and forms an election pact.

Mr has given Mr Johnson a deadline of two weeks to join his “Leave Alliance” or face 500 Brexit Party candidates in a battle for voters.

Mr Farage told his party’s election launch: “Boris tells us it’s a great new deal, it is not. It’s a bad treaty. Simply, it is not Brexit.

“Boris’ deal gives us all of the burdens of EU membership but no say whatsoever.”

It comes after Breixteer Tories told Mr Farage to step aside to give the PM a clear run at Leave-leaning areas.

Mr Farage has said multiple times he is open to an election pact to see off Jeremy Corbyn, and has warned his party is ready to fight.

He said: “We have enough money for a fully funded election campaign.

The real deal is a Leave alliance which wins a big majority in Parliament.

“I hope common sense prevails. We are prepared, all of us, to put country before party and we put that appeal out to Boris Johnson.

“But, if they choose not to, we will stand up and do this on our own.”

Who are the 50 MP candidates the Brexit Party has named?

In August, the Brexit Party named 50 MP candidates in the even of a general election.

Mr Farage has said on the day of his campaign launch he has 500 candidates ready to battle it out for a seat in Parliament.

He has yet to publish the full list.

Full list of Brexit Party candidates so far

Amber Valley Anna Louisa Bailey

Ashfield Martin Daubney

Birmingham, Northfield Owen David Prew

Bishop Auckland Nick Brown

Blackpool South David Brown

Bradford South Kulvinder Singh Manik

Burnley Stewart Ian Scott

Burton Dale Prime

Carlisle Rob Rimmer

Chesham and Amersham Steven Kent

Crewe and Nantwich Matthew Peter Wood

Devizes Daniel Day-Robinson

Don Valley Paul Alan Whitehurst

Doncaster Central Surjit Singh Duhre

Dudley North Rupert James Graham Lowe

Dudley South Paul Brothwood

Dundee West Stuart Waiton

Esher and Walton Axel Robert Thill

Forest of Dean Sam Norton

Great Yarmouth Adrian Paul Myers

Harlow Neil Greaves

Hartlepool Ken Hodcroft

Heywood and Middleton Colin William Lambert

Houghton and Sunderland South Kevin Yuill

Hyndburn Gregory Butt

Leicester East Jack Collier

Mansfield Kate (Kathryn Rita) Allsop

Montgomeryshire Oliver Lewis

Nuneaton Deeanne Clarke

Penistone and Stocksbridge John Charles Booker

Plymouth, Moor View Peter Agambar

Redcar Jacqueline Cummins

Redditch Jordan Lake

Rother Valley Allen Cowles

Scarborough and Whitby Robert Andersen

Scunthorpe Jeremy James Gorman

Sevenoaks Paulette Furse

Sherwood David Robert Dodds

Southampton, Itchen Alexandra Phillips

Stoke-on-Trent Central Dr Tariq Mahood

Stoke-on-Trent North Daniel Rudd

Stoke-on-Trent South Ian Thomas Brassington

Sunderland Central Viral Parikh

Telford Elaine Catherine Adams

Thirsk and Malton Aleshea Westwood

Torfaen David Gwyn Thomas

Wakefield Robert Bashforth

Walsall North Stephen Harry Petty

Waveney Robert Rowland

Wolverhampton South East Raj Chaggar

What’s the latest?

On May 23 he led the Brexit Party to a historic win in the European elections.

Millions of voters deserted the two main parties and flocked to Mr Farage in a bid to send the message: “Get Brexit done or die.”

The Brexit Party swept the board – winning every single region of Britain except heavily pro-Remain London and Scotland.

It is now set to be the biggest party from ANY country in the European Parliament.

In his victory speech he added: “Never before in British politics has a new party launched just six weeks ago topped the polls in a national election.

“If we don’t leave on October 31 then the scores you have seen for the Brexit Party today will be repeated in a General Election, and we are getting ready for it.”

Farage hailed as “historic” a new poll which put the Brexit Party on top if a general election was held.

What happened in the Peterborough by election?

Despite early polls suggesting the seat would go toBrexit PartycandidateMike Greene, he was pipped to the post byLabour’s Lisa Forbes.

Unite activistLisa Forbeswas elected with a tiny majority over Mike Greene in a chilling warning of howJeremy Corbyn could make it to No10 by splitting the vote.

Labouredged to victory, revealing the huge fight theTorieshave on their hands asNigel Farage‘s popularity soars.

Given 60 per cent of voters in the area backedBrexitin the 2016 referendum, their party very nearly made history yet again.

Mr Farage had been hoping his party would secure its first MP, just two months after it formed.

But Ms Forbes, who refused to say she would campaign to Remain in a second referendum,won the seat with 10,484 votes, ahead of the Brexit Party candidates 9,801 votes.

In another crushing blow to the Tories, their candidatePaul Bristowcame in third place with 7,243 votes.

The news will be of little comfort toTheresa Mayon her final day as Tory leader.

If there were a general election tomorrow with Brexit unresolved it would give the Labour boss a clear path to No10 as the vote is so split.

The Tory and Brexit vote together would have been more than enough to see off Labour in Peterborough.

What were the results in full?

Lisa Forbes(Labour) 10,484 (30.91%, -17.17%)

Mike Greene(Brexit) 9,801 (28.89%)

Paul Bristow(Conservative) 7,243 (21.35%, -25.45%)

Beki Sellick(Liberal Democrat) 4,159 (12.26%, +8.92%)

Joseph Wells(Green) 1,035 (3.05%, +1.27%)

John Whitby(UKIP) 400 (1.18%)

Tom Rogers(Christian Peoples Alliance) 162 (0.48%)

Stephen Goldspink(English Democrats) 153 (0.45%)

Patrick OFlynn(Social Democratic Party) 135 (0.40%)

Alan “Howling Laud” Hope(Official Monster Raving Loony Party) 112 (0.33%)

Andrew Moore(Peterborough Peoples Party) 101 (0.30%)

Dick Rodgers(Common Good) 60 (0.18%)

Peter Ward(Renew) 45

Pierre Kirk (UK European Union Party) 25
Bobby Smith(Independent) 5

How is Nigel Farage involved in the Brexit Party?

Farage is the founder of the new right-wing party.

He founded the new political movement in an attempt to fight back against the betrayal of democracy by Theresa May, as he sees it.

Confirming he will stand to become an MEP, Mr Farage said the party had been inundated with just under 1,000 requests from people wanting to be a candidate.

He said the Westminster bubble had completely misunderstood the mood of people across the country – who just want to leave the EU.

The MEP left Ukip in December 2018 after 25 years.

Ukip won the European Elections in 2015 with 27 per cent of the vote.

What is in the Brexit Party manifesto?

The party has said it will only produce a “full slate” of polices once the EU elections are over.

Farage told a rally in West Yorkshire he would only talk about Brexit-related issues.

He told the crowd in Featherstone: Thereafter, of course were going to put a full slate of policies up before the British public political reform, more help for the regions, scrapping of ludicrous projects like HS2.”

Farage has said he wants to make sure politicians honour the outcome of the EU referendum
Farage has said he wants to make sure politicians honour the outcome of the EU referendum

He has also stated that “manifesto equals lie,” saying he would never use the word manifesto during his Brexit Party campaign for European elections.

There have been indications of where the party lies on the political spectrum with Farage repeatedly attacking “career politicians”.

Similarly, Ann Widdecombe has promised to “sweep the traitors out of Westiminster”.