Nigel Farage says he is ‘leader of the opposition’ after Reform UK poll boost

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Nigel Farage has claimed that he is the true "leader of the opposition" and expects his political party, Reform UK, to receive over 6 million votes. This declaration comes after the party ranked higher than the ruling Conservatives in a recent survey.

During a sudden media gathering in Westminster, the leader of the Reform party stated that their party had gained significant momentum. The leader firmly believes that their party will obtain a higher number of votes than the Conservatives.

In the regions of the north-east, north-west, Yorkshire and the Humber, East Midlands, West Midlands, and some parts of the eastern region, our party is currently leading over the Conservatives. Additionally, we have a considerable lead in the "red wall" constituencies.

The individual insisted that the BBC grant him the opportunity to participate in an upcoming political debate involving the Conservative Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrats, and the Scottish Nationalist Party. In addition, he threw down the gauntlet to Keir Starmer, proposing a one-on-one debate on the topic of immigration.

The voting process has ended, and Labour has emerged as the winner. Nevertheless, it's crucial to determine who will represent the opposing side in the House of Commons and the nation. In my opinion, I have the ability to be that voice of opposition.

He encouraged voters to be part of the Reform party's 'revolt' and questioned them, "What harm could it do?"

Nonetheless, Farage aimed to control assumptions by declining to reveal the number of seats he anticipates his party will secure. In 2015, Ukip generated comparable excitement, but only managed to secure a single seat in Clacton in Essex - where Farage is currently competing as the head of Reform.

He admitted that the party lacked sufficient organization to secure seats broadly and would need to quickly acquire a substantial amount of funding to be a contender against rival parties.

This week, there was a YouGov survey conducted for The Times that showed Reform had 19% and Conservatives had 18% in terms of voting intention. Farage referred to this as the "inflection" moment. However, the pollsters mentioned that the lead that Reform had was only within the margin of error.

Rishi Sunak remarked that if the current polling trends continue at the upcoming election, the Labour party would receive unrestricted power and control.

During an interview with reporters in Puglia, Italy, where the G7 leaders' summit is currently taking place, Sunak stated that he is still putting forth a lot of effort to secure every vote since the election is only at the halfway point.

I usually mention that the only significant poll is the one held on the 4th of July. However, if that same poll was repeated on the mentioned date, it would give the Labour party the freedom to increase taxes on every aspect of people's lives including their houses, retirement funds, automobiles, and loved ones. I am committed to working tirelessly to prevent this from becoming a reality.

He stated that there exists a significant contrast between the Labour and Conservative parties. He argued that the Labour party would increase tax rates to an unprecedented level in the history of the country, following the release of the party's manifesto on Thursday.

The prime minister stated that he believes individuals will make a clear decision before voting day.

According to Wes Streeting, who holds the position of shadow health secretary, Labour is prepared to confront Farage and his political party.

Streeting expressed that they are going to confront him regarding the disagreements and discussions. He shared this with GB News. He believed the actions against him in the election campaign were terrible. He believes that he has the right to express his opinion and deserves to be listened to.

We plan to challenge him based on his arguments, and if he does end up being elected to parliament (although that possibility is uncertain at this point), we will confront him in the House of Commons.

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