Brexit leader Nigel Faragj revealed that Lord Adonis's comments on who to vote in the upcoming European elections helped his new party. Mr Farage explained that Lord Adonis had declared that if voters were considered Brexiteers, they should not vote for Labor. Party leader Brexit added that he wants to repeat that feeling because he believes his party is the only party that still wants "right Brexit."
During his speech, Mr Farage said, "We are almost in a slow move, we have seen the party that again stood in 2017, promising to implement the outcome of the referendum.
"In fact they have already become a Reminerar party.
"Why else would you put Lord Adonis on the list of MEPs in the southwest of England.
"I think Lord Adonis was very helpful because he said that if you are Brexiteer, do not vote for the labor.
"As the leader of the Brexit party, I absolutely want to repeat what Lord Adonis said, and I intend to do it a lot in the next few weeks."
According to earlier forecasts, the Brexit party has outpaced Labor and Tories in polls about the expected voting time for the forthcoming European elections.
Three of the five members of the conservative party are planning to vote for Nigel Farage's new Brexit party at the European elections, a study shows.
The unpopularity of Teresa May's leadership was revealed in a conservative study, and members also showed that less than 25% of members planned to vote in Tory on May 23rd.
The Prime Minister's decision to hold talks with Labor Leader Jeremy Corbin and to ask the EU for a new extension after promising to leave on March 29th seems to be the last straw for many Tories.
The latest events come with the change of Britain's pro-European Change UK, which begins its plans to launch its campaign in Bristol on Tuesday.
The conservative home survey was published on Sunday and questioned 1132 members.