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Farage warns the Tory Party that the Prime Minister is heading for a ‘catastrophic defeat’

by LLB political Reporter
13th Dec 23 10:33 am

Nigel Farage has warned the Conservative Party that Rishi Sunak is heading for a “catastrophic defeat” at the next general election.

Since Farage appeared on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! The former Brexit Party leader has said that it is “fascinating” polling suggest he is more popular amongst Tory voters than Sunak.

Farage said his popularity with Tory voters is “very flattering,” which will “take some time” to decide on what his next move will be.

Farage now has a net popularity rating of 18 plus, whilst Sunak’s rating is minus three.

Farage said: “My approval rating has risen 20% in my time in the jungle, putting me 21% ahead of Rishi.

“It’s all very flattering, a little bit bewildering. It’s going to take some time for me to sort of really take it on board. But fascinating, right?”

Farage added, “This Government’s in desperate trouble, headed for catastrophic defeat.

“They’ve no idea what’s coming down the track towards them. And I think the last thing I heard before I went into the jungle was that (Lord) Cameron was back … if it’s got that bad, they must be in real trouble.

“And I see that he’s just about managed to squeak through a vote on Rwanda. But, I mean, it’s going to make no difference at all.

“They’re in dire, dire trouble. And all Labour have to do is, frankly, not tear each other apart, and play safe and the election is theirs, I think.”

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