Published: Fri, May 24, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Brexit Party on course to come first in European elections, poll predicts

Brexit Party on course to come first in European elections, poll predicts

He added: "We did it once, they ignored us, so we're going to tell them again".

Despite the ever-present threat of beverage bombardments, Farage's Brexit Party is on track for a standout performance in the European Parliament elections. With MPs on all sides ready to reject her latest attempt at passing her Brexit transition deal, the results of the European election may very well deal a final blow to her embattled Premiership as Leave supporters flock to the Brexit Party while Remainers indicate their ongoing desire for the United Kingdom to stay part of the EU by backing the Liberal Democrats and Greens.

Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of the powerful Conservative 1922 Committee, which can make or break prime ministers, told lawmakers that Mrs May would meet him on Friday to discuss her leadership.

Gideon Skinner, head of political research at Ipsos MORI, said: 'Both Labour and the Conservatives are suffering in this election, while the Brexit Party looks set to be the victor.

The Brexit Party is on course to be the runaway victor in the vote with an Ipsos Mori poll yesterday putting them on 35 per cent.

The Liberal Democrats are set to come second, according to the figures, with 20 per cent of those questioned saying they would support the pro-Remain group.

EU citizens have been struggling to vote in today's European elections.

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Spain and France get five more seats, Italy and the Netherlands get three, Ireland two and a host of other states - Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Croatia, Sweden, Romania, Slovakia, Austria, Poland - receiving one more seat.

Labour is forecast to win 15 per cent of the votes, with the Tories' share predicted to be nine per cent.

Under the D'Hondt system used in the European elections, voters rank their preferred candidates and an average is taken to determine the winners. The current deadline to leave is October 31.

But newspapers said her time was up.

But more than a month after the talks began, her de facto deputy David Lidington acknowledged time was too tight to get a Withdrawal Agreement Bill through both Houses of Parliament by the date of the poll.

Polling stations were evacuated in south-west London after an unexploded Second World War bomb was discovered at a building site.

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