The Sunday Express reports that Nigel Farage has vowed to storm Labour’s northern strongholds.
Nigel Farage was addressing the people who, near closing time on a Saturday night, happened to be in a pub in Leeds, the nearest pub to Farage’s home in London that he hasn’t been barred from yet. When asked by a member of the staff why he was sitting alone at his table, he is alleged to have said that he’d requested a meeting with all the non-racist members of his party.
The Sunday Express led their article with the headline, “FARAGE PLAN TO WIPE OUT LABOUR”
Labour have raised a complaint against the Sunday Express with the Independent Press Standards Organisation as the paper was clearly giving Nigel Farage credit for all the Labour Leadership’s hard work.
Mr Farage spoke out after an exclusive poll for the Sunday Express revealed that Mr Corbyn’s surrender to the Remainers made almost two in five voters less likely to back him.
The poll was conducted exclusively on Conservative party members.
Despite Labour being racked in civil war over the anti-Semitism scandal, the party still topped an opinion poll with 28 percent to the Conservatives’ 24 percent and Brexit Party’s 20 percent.
The Labour Party is reported to have taken a large step towards solving the problems with anti-Semitism being reported by the press with each local branch having taken delivery this week of a brand new, industrial-sized paper shredder.