UKIP will step aside in 29 marginal constituencies

UKIP have decided not to field candidates in at least 29 marginal seats, many of which are held by Labour. Paul Nuttall wants to help pro-Brexit Tory MPs, and believes that stepping aside in these constituencies is ‘a very noble thing to do’, and puts ‘country above party’.

A similar approach has recently been discussed by Green party, who are hoping to form a ‘progressive alliance’ against the Conservatives, although a concrete strategy has yet to materialise.

UKIP won around four million votes in the last election, and if a significant majority of those people vote for Theresa May, a landslide victory on June 8th is possible.

100 word news by The Hooting Times

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