Nigel Farage visits Bolsover to open Brexit Party Election campaign

Brexit Party leader, Nigel Farage addressed people while standing in a boxing ring in Bolsover today, as he opened up his pre-election nationwide tour.

During his speech, Mr. Farage said: "70 percent of people here voted Brexit. Three-and-a-half years on, we have had a series of broken promises and our trust and faith in politics and the existing political parties has been nothing less than betrayed."

"I don't think a single Labour leave voter should vote for this labour party in areas like this in this election.

Bolsover's Brexit Party candidate, Kevin Harper also spoke to the crowd, along with party chairman Richard Tice.

Elsewhere today, Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson has insisted she is a genuine candidate to be prime minister, as she launched her party's election campaign.

She's also claimed there'll be a 50-billion pound 'Remain bonus' if Brexit is cancelled.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn claimed the tories have failed on Brexit for three years and said a Labour government would "get brexit sorted" within six months by giving the British people the final say.

Prime minister and Conservative party leader Boris Johnson claimed Labour's Brexit position is 'back to square one.' 


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