The Brexit Party has announced that it will not stand candidates in the 317 seats won by the Conservatives at the 2017 general election. And will only stand in constituencies of MPs representing parties that wouldn’t support Brexit Party Leader, Nigel Farage, obtaining a peerage.
A senior Tory has sought to dispel rumours of splits in Boris Johnson’s cabinet over whether to call an early election to break the Brexit impasse. But it appears the biggest dilemma facing the government is whether to F*ck the country up on 31st October or wait until the new year and then F*ck it up on 31st January.
Boris Johnson will dare the Queen to sack him rather than resign as prime minister in an attempt to drive through Brexit on October 31, cabinet ministers have revealed. In return, her Majesty will double dare the PM to ‘play chicken’ in front of the London to Edinburgh Express as the constitutional crisis escalates into a bout of playground pranks.