The Brexit Party has set out the policies on which it plans to fight the 2019 general election
According to its leader, Nigel Farage, the 22-page document is not a manifesto but a “contract with the people”.
1. No extension to the transition period
The Brexit Party continues to talk about a “clean-break Brexit”.
The Brexit Party has changed its tune on, yes, Brexit.
Until recently its leader, Nigel Farage, said a no-deal Brexit “was the only acceptable deal”.
This policy moves the goalposts.
Gone is the criticism of Boris Johnson’s withdrawal agreement – now the party simply promises there will be “no extended transition period”.
At the moment the transition period – during which the UK would follow EU rules and regulations without having any say in making