Polls in the run-up to the European elections, which take place on May 23 in the UK, show the Brexit Party miles ahead of all its challengers. Yet the party was only founded in April. So how have they done it and what do they stand for?
Where did they come from?
The party was founded by Nigel Farage, the former leader of Ukip, after that party headed off into the far-Right, islamophobic wilderness under its current leader, Gerard Batten.
Fourteen of Ukip’s 17 MEPs have defected to the Brexit Party, including Jonathan Bullock, who told The Telegraph in May that: “All the decent people have left and the idiots have stayed. Ukip has now become a BNP-style organisation and will die a slow death.”…