Britain wants to leave the EU. Since this is not managed yet, the Brits are now again in the European elections. Like looks in the circumstances of the election campaign?
The city of Exeter in Devon, one of the most beautiful cathedrals of England. And on the banks of the Exe, in front of the historic customs house, you can relax - if the sun is shining, as at this day. This is also a benefit Rachel Johnson is the top candidate for these elections, the new ChangeUK party in the South-West of England. "Today, we are in Exeter, yesterday we were in Bath," she says.
Rachel Johnson on an election campaign Tour. Her brother is Boris Johnson.
you try to focus on the places "in which the potential of the voters, who are for remaining in the EU, is particularly large". But it was also in Plymouth, a Labour-Brexit-high castle: "This was a tough event," recalls Johnson. In Exeter, however, she has an easy game. On the lawn in front of the Cathedral, she meets the two students Ines and Leyla. The two women were not allowed in the EU Referendum in 2016 to vote with. Now you are 18 and want Britain to stay in the EU.on The television in the Nude
ChangeUK was founded only a few weeks ago, former house of deputies of the Conservative and the Labour Party, which no longer support the policies of their party leadership and the people of the EU membership to the vote want.
top candidate Johnson is actually a journalist and is quite prominent. Also, because you are part time in the Celebrity Big Brother Show and now the TV has moved out because of Brexit the UK do in the Nude. She is also the sister of the ore-Brexiteers, the former foreign Minister, and May rival Boris Johnson, who headed in 2016, the campaign for withdrawal from the EU. "Boris thinks he was in favour of the right thing to do, and I think I'm right," she says. The Johnson family have always given everyone the space to do what he think is right. "I only had a Problem when he supported Nigel Farage if he agreed with him in a coalition - that would be a mistake."
Rachel Johnson and Nigel Farage discuss in February 2019 at a conference together.Farage wins a lot of approval
Nigel Farage, the long-time members of the European Parliament and Brexit-the champion is back: five years Ago, he made UKIP the largest British party in the EU Parliament. In this election, he is competing with his new party, Leaving Party, because the old UKIP's even gotten him to the extreme right. And again Farage is in the polls because he collects the citizens are disappointed that the UK is still in the European Union.
He stands in front of the enthusiastic Brexit-follower in a hall in Lincoln: Theresa May is about the worst Prime Minister since Anthony Eden, it was the worst, the glow of the holiest and most mendacious Prime Minister in the entire history of this country, calling Farage. Jackie is one of his Supporters. For them, Farage is the only politician for whom they could vote. The future of Brexit - with Farage at the helm.Conservatives avoid an election campaign
While Farage the halls rocks, make the Brexit completely fractious Conservatives prefer no choice to fight. You are fully engaged in sawing on the chair of its Chairman and the Prime Minister. A kick-off event of the Tories there was not, the design of a leaflet, which was compacted after protests from the party again.
Nigel Farage manages his own provocative way to persuade many British of.
the election of the Labour Party is not in gear. The leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn spoke at the launch in the library of the University of Kent in front of a few selected guests: "It is in the interest of the country, to bring the Brexit in order, in one way or another." But his party could not accept a bad government-negotiated agreement or an exit without any agreement.ambiguity, like voters, not
Brexit on the one or other way, maybe a new referendum - thus Labour no one of the chairs. And this choice would have to be really self-goers for the biggest opposition party, given the disastrous state of the conservative party in government. Instead, Nigel Farage, to collect protest voters, in this election for a Parliament in which he is actually not British, more like.