1. Nigel Farage to turn Brexit Party into anti-lockdown political movement  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. Arch-Brexiteer Nigel Farage changes tack with new anti-lockdown party  ABC News
  3. The Guardian view on lockdown economics: protect and survive  The Guardian
  4. Boris urged to force ALL MPs and Whitehall staff to take 20% pay cut as lockdown 2.0 looms  Daily Express
  5. Exclusive: Nigel Farage to relaunch Brexit Party as Reform UK, a new anti-lockdown platform  Telegraph.co.uk
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The polarising force behind Brexit is advocating herd immunity - a concept Scott Morrison has previously labelled "a death sentence".The polarising force behind Brexit is advocating herd immunity - a concept Scott Morrison has previously labelled "a death sentence".

Life-long political opportunist Nigel Farage has a new calling — fighting the national coronavirus lockdown imposed by the UK Government he once lobbied for.Life-long political opportunist Nigel Farage has a new calling — fighting the national coronavirus lockdown imposed by the UK Government he once lobbied for.

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BORIS JOHNSON was urged to make significant changes to MPs' wages as England enters a second lockdown.BORIS JOHNSON was urged to make significant changes to MPs' wages as England enters a second lockdown.

Boris urged to force ALL MPs and Whitehall staff to take 20% pay cut as lockdown 2.0 looms | Politics | News | Express.co.uk

Nigel Farage's Brexit Party has formally applied to change its name to Reform UK. It will capitalise on anti-lockdown sentiment and will tackle several 'powerful vested interests'.Nigel Farage's Brexit Party has formally applied to change its name to Reform UK. It will capitalise on anti-lockdown sentiment and will tackle several 'powerful vested interests'.

Nigel Farage rebrands Brexit Party as anti-lockdown 'Reform UK' | Daily Mail Online

Mr Farage and Richard Tice say their new party will back a policy of 'focused protection' from coronavirusMr Farage and Richard Tice say their new party will back a policy of 'focused protection' from coronavirus

Exclusive: Nigel Farage to relaunch Brexit Party as Reform UK, a new anti-lockdown platform

A wave of COVID-19 lockdowns and curbs has stirred resistance across Europe, with the right-wing British politician who helped force an EU referendum harnessing popular anger at a new lockdown by recasting his Brexit Party under a new banner.A wave of COVID-19 lockdowns and curbs has stirred resistance across Europe, with the right-wing British politician who helped force an EU referendum harnessing popular anger at a new lockdown by recasting his Brexit Party under a new banner.

Europe's COVID-19 curbs prompt pushback amid bleak countdown to Christmas | Reuters

The most recent wave of coronavirus instructions hitting major European countries like Germany, France and Britain comes with rising infections and intensive care units filling up. But it's also coming with rising political opposition. Britain is an example. It has over 46,000 dead -- the highest death official toll in Europe -- and around 20,000 new infections every day. It's also re-entering a national lockdown starting Thursday (November 5) -- one almost as severe as the one it faced earlier this year. While some - like opposition Labour leader Keir Starmer question why these curbs weren't brought in sooner - another political figure has announced his opposition. Nigel Farage - a leading Brexit supporter and friend of U.S. President Donald Trump - said Johnson had - quote - 'terrified' the UK into submission to accept a lockdown. On Sunday (November 1), he announced a rebrand to his Brexit Party - which will now be known as Reform UK - and it will now focus on opposing lockdown. It is not clear how popular Farage's argument is within the wider population, but his opposition to new restrictions is reflected elsewhere in Europe. In Italy there was violence at protests in Milan and Turin last week against new curbs. Both France and Germany went back into lockdown last week, too. On announcing new restrictions, German Chancellor Angela Merkel criticised populists who argue that coronavirus is harmless as dangerous and irresponsible. "Lies and disinformation, conspiracy theories and hate, damage not only democratic debate but also the fight against the virus." Across the continent police are continuing to crack down on illegal gatherings such as large parties. The challenge for national governments isn't just fighting the virus, but convincing others the benefits of restrictions outweigh the cost.The most recent wave of coronavirus instructions hitting major European countries like Germany, France and Britain comes with rising infections and intensive care units filling up. But it's also coming with rising political opposition. Britain is an example. It has over 46,000 dead -- the highest death official toll in Europe -- and around 20,000 new infections every day. It's also re-entering a national lockdown starting Thursday (November 5) -- one almost as severe as the one it faced earlier this year. While some - like opposition Labour leader Keir Starmer question why these curbs weren't brought in sooner - another political figure has announced his opposition. Nigel Farage - a leading Brexit supporter and friend of U.S. President Donald Trump - said Johnson had - quote - 'terrified' the UK into submission to accept a lockdown. On Sunday (November 1), he announced a rebrand to his Brexit Party - which will now be known as Reform UK - and it will now focus on opposing lockdown. It is not clear how popular Farage's argument is within the wider population, but his opposition to new restrictions is reflected elsewhere in Europe. In Italy there was violence at protests in Milan and Turin last week against new curbs. Both France and Germany went back into lockdown last week, too. On announcing new restrictions, German Chancellor Angela Merkel criticised populists who argue that coronavirus is harmless as dangerous and irresponsible. "Lies and disinformation, conspiracy theories and hate, damage not only democratic debate but also the fight against the virus." Across the continent police are continuing to crack down on illegal gatherings such as large parties. The challenge for national governments isn't just fighting the virus, but convincing others the benefits of restrictions outweigh the cost.

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Nigel Farage to rebrand Brexit Party as he joins anti-lockdown sentiment felt in other parts of Europe.Nigel Farage to rebrand Brexit Party as he joins anti-lockdown sentiment felt in other parts of Europe.

Coronavirus: Nigel Farage cites Sweden as he relaunches Brexit Party to oppose COVID-19 lockdowns | Euronews

Late last week, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that there was "no alternative" to a second national lockdown as a spike in the COVID-19 infections shows no signs...Late last week, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that there was "no alternative" to a second national lockdown as a spike in the COVID-19 infections shows no signs...

'We Will Campaign for Reform': Farage Touts Brexit Party Rebranding as Part of Anti-Lockdown Movement - Sputnik International

This is not an impulsive act - Farage has been planning a 'right wing momentum' for some timeThis is not an impulsive act - Farage has been planning a 'right wing momentum' for some time

Nigel Farage is back on the war path - and his anti-lockdown party will give him the platform he desires

Nigel Farage, dubbed 'Mr Brexit' for leading the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union, said he had never seen such enthusiasm from supporters as he had at...Nigel Farage, dubbed 'Mr Brexit' for leading the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union, said he had never seen such enthusiasm from supporters as he had at...

'Mr Brexit' Nigel Farage Predicts Win for 'Human Dynamo' Trump on Tuesday - Sputnik International

By William James and Lucien Libert LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - A wave of COVID-19 lockdowns and curbs has stirred resistance across Europe, with the right-wing British politician who helped force an EU referendum harnessing popular anger at a new lockdown by recasting his Brexit Party under a new banner. Britain, which has the highest official death toll in Europe from COVID-19, is grappling with more than 20,000 new coronavirus cases a day and scientists have warned the worst-case scenario of 80,000 dead could be exceeded. Prime Minister Boris Johnson defended a second lockdown in England from critics who said it was either unnecessary or too late, arguing now was the time to prevent a medical and moral disaster . We are fighting a disease... When the data changes of course we must change course too, he told parliament. Cast by his supporters as the godfather of the movement to quit the European Union, Brexit Party founder Nigel Farage said Johnson had terrified Britons into submission with a second lockdown. The single most pressing issue is the government's woeful response to coronavirus, Farage and Brexit Party chairman Richard Tice said in a joint article in the Daily Telegraph, announcing his Reform UK party. Instead of a lockdown, Farage proposed targeting those most at risk and said people should not be criminalised for trying to live normal lives such as meeting family for Christmas. France, Germany, Italy, Britain, the Netherlands and other countries have announced second lockdowns or strict new curbs as infections surge. World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said now was the time for world leaders to act. This is another critical moment for action, Tedros said. Another critical moment for leaders to step up. And another critical moment for people to come together for a common purpose. Seize the opportunity, it's not too late. Tedros was addressing a WHO news briefing in Geneva from self-isolation at home after announcing on Twitter that he had been in contact with a person infected with COVID-19. Small shopkeepers in France, which reported a daily record 52,518 new COVID-19 infections on Monday, have complained about being forced to close while supermarkets are allowed to sell non-essential goods such as shoes, clothes, beauty products and flowers because they also sell food. MERRY CHRISTMAS? HAPPY NEW YEAR? Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Monday French supermarkets would face the same limits on selling non-essential goods but shopowners were not allowed to challenge the lockdown, in place until at least Dec. 1. I am not optimistic that in just four weeks we will lower the number of new cases to the level announced by the president (5,000 new cases per day), said epidemiologist Dominique Castigliola, director of research at the National Institute of Health and Medical Research. We will need more time. I don’t think we’ll be able to hold big family meals at Christmas. That seems very unlikely to me. Chancellor Angela Merkel said there would be no big New Year parties in Germany, but families should be able to get together for Christmas. Throughout the winter months, we will have to limit private contacts, she told a news conference. The light at the end of the tunnel is still quite a long way off. Police in the Spanish capital, Madrid, on Sunday raided 81 illegal parties, 18 drinking sessions known in Spain as botellones , and 10 bars which broke COVID-19 curbs. Protests flared against new restrictions across Italy last week, with violence reported in Milan and Turin. Italy will tighten restrictions but is holding back from a lockdown, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Monday. Italy's daily tally of infections has increased 10-fold over the last month. More than 46.37 million people have been infected globally and over 1.2 million have died from the respiratory disease, according to a Reuters tally. The United States, which holds a presidential election on Tuesday, leads the world with more than 9 million cases and 230,700 deaths. WHO technical lead for COVID-19 Maria Van Kerkhove said the latest spike in infections was stretching health services. One of challenges that we are seeing across North America, across Europe, is that the increases in cases, the increases in hospitalisation, the increases in ICU admissions are happening at the same time, she told the Geneva briefing. In the spring there was some staggering of this. But it's happening in many countries at the same time, where many systems are becoming overwhelmed at the same time. World shares recovered from one-month lows as strengthening factory data in China and Europe offset news of lockdowns, while investors prepared for more volatility arising from the U.S. election. U.S. President Donald Trump has continually downplayed the virus, mocking Democratic challenger Joe Biden for wearing a mask and social distancing at campaign rallies, a tactic which enlivens his base supporters but infuriates his opponents. Trump has also ridiculed his top coronavirus task force adviser, Anthony Fauci, who has contradicted Trump's assertions that the U.S. fight against the virus is rounding the turn . The United States reported 67,862 new cases on Sunday, the highest number it has reported on the last day of any week. (Reporting by Reuters bureaux worldwide; Writing by Nick Macfie; Editing by Mark Heinrich, Janet Lawrence and Alex Richardson)By William James and Lucien Libert LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - A wave of COVID-19 lockdowns and curbs has stirred resistance across Europe, with the right-wing British politician who helped force an EU referendum harnessing popular anger at a new lockdown by recasting his Brexit Party under a new banner. Britain, which has the highest official death toll in Europe from COVID-19, is grappling with more than 20,000 new coronavirus cases a day and scientists have warned the "worst-case" scenario of 80,000 dead could be exceeded. Prime Minister Boris Johnson defended a second lockdown in England from critics who said it was either unnecessary or too late, arguing now was the time to prevent a "medical and moral disaster". "We are fighting a disease... When the data changes of course we must change course too," he told parliament. Cast by his supporters as the godfather of the movement to quit the European Union, Brexit Party founder Nigel Farage said Johnson had terrified Britons into submission with a second lockdown. "The single most pressing issue is the government's woeful response to coronavirus," Farage and Brexit Party chairman Richard Tice said in a joint article in the Daily Telegraph, announcing his Reform UK party. Instead of a lockdown, Farage proposed targeting those most at risk and said people should not be criminalised for trying to live normal lives such as meeting family for Christmas. France, Germany, Italy, Britain, the Netherlands and other countries have announced second lockdowns or strict new curbs as infections surge. World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said now was the time for world leaders to act. "This is another critical moment for action," Tedros said. "Another critical moment for leaders to step up. And another critical moment for people to come together for a common purpose. Seize the opportunity, it's not too late." Tedros was addressing a WHO news briefing in Geneva from self-isolation at home after announcing on Twitter that he had been in contact with a person infected with COVID-19. Small shopkeepers in France, which reported a daily record 52,518 new COVID-19 infections on Monday, have complained about being forced to close while supermarkets are allowed to sell "non-essential goods" such as shoes, clothes, beauty products and flowers because they also sell food. MERRY CHRISTMAS? HAPPY NEW YEAR? Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Monday French supermarkets would face the same limits on selling non-essential goods but shopowners were not allowed to challenge the lockdown, in place until at least Dec. 1. "I am not optimistic that in just four weeks we will lower the number of new cases to the level announced by the president (5,000 new cases per day)," said epidemiologist Dominique Castigliola, director of research at the National Institute of Health and Medical Research. "We will need more time. I don’t think we’ll be able to hold big family meals at Christmas. That seems very unlikely to me." Chancellor Angela Merkel said there would be no big New Year parties in Germany, but families should be able to get together for Christmas. "Throughout the winter months, we will have to limit private contacts," she told a news conference. "The light at the end of the tunnel is still quite a long way off." Police in the Spanish capital, Madrid, on Sunday raided 81 illegal parties, 18 drinking sessions known in Spain as "botellones", and 10 bars which broke COVID-19 curbs. Protests flared against new restrictions across Italy last week, with violence reported in Milan and Turin. Italy will tighten restrictions but is holding back from a lockdown, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Monday. Italy's daily tally of infections has increased 10-fold over the last month. More than 46.37 million people have been infected globally and over 1.2 million have died from the respiratory disease, according to a Reuters tally. The United States, which holds a presidential election on Tuesday, leads the world with more than 9 million cases and 230,700 deaths. WHO technical lead for COVID-19 Maria Van Kerkhove said the latest spike in infections was stretching health services. "One of challenges that we are seeing across North America, across Europe, is that the increases in cases, the increases in hospitalisation, the increases in ICU admissions are happening at the same time," she told the Geneva briefing. "In the spring there was some staggering of this. But it's happening in many countries at the same time, where many systems are becoming overwhelmed at the same time." World shares recovered from one-month lows as strengthening factory data in China and Europe offset news of lockdowns, while investors prepared for more volatility arising from the U.S. election. U.S. President Donald Trump has continually downplayed the virus, mocking Democratic challenger Joe Biden for wearing a mask and social distancing at campaign rallies, a tactic which enlivens his base supporters but infuriates his opponents. Trump has also ridiculed his top coronavirus task force adviser, Anthony Fauci, who has contradicted Trump's assertions that the U.S. fight against the virus is "rounding the turn". The United States reported 67,862 new cases on Sunday, the highest number it has reported on the last day of any week. (Reporting by Reuters bureaux worldwide; Writing by Nick Macfie; Editing by Mark Heinrich, Janet Lawrence and Alex Richardson)

LONDON • Mr Nigel Farage, the British politician who helped force a Brexit referendum and successfully campaigned for the country to leave the European Union, will fight Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Covid-19 lockdown by recasting his small Brexit Party as Reform UK.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -LONDON • Mr Nigel Farage, the British politician who helped force a Brexit referendum and successfully campaigned for the country to leave the European Union, will fight Prime Minister

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The prime minister is caught uncomfortably between members of his Conservative Party who oppose his national lockdown and opponents who call it too little, too late.The prime minister is caught uncomfortably between members of his Conservative Party who oppose his national lockdown and opponents who call it too little, too late.

Nigel Farage is relaunching his Brexit Party as Reform UK and will shift his attention to fighting the lockdown measures in place to curb the spread of coronavirus.Nigel Farage is relaunching his Brexit Party as Reform UK and will shift his attention to fighting the lockdown measures in place to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Nigel Farage transforms Brexit Party into anti-lockdown party

The London Economic | The outspoken activist will re-launch the Brexit Party as an anti-lockdown movement this week | PoliticsThe London Economic | The outspoken activist will re-launch the Brexit Party as an anti-lockdown movement this week | Politics

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Nigel Farage may be right but only by coincidence. Remember the German octopus that kept predicting the winners in the South African World Cup of 2010? Paul, his name was. I’ve just looked him upNigel Farage may be right but only by coincidence. Remember the German octopus that kept predicting the winners in the South African World Cup of 2010? Paul, his name was. I’ve just looked him up

Nigel Farage has been branded a "chancer" for rebranding the Brexit Party into an anti-lockdown party, despite supporting such measures earlier in the year.

The announcement that the UK’s leading Brexiteer will relaunch his political party and take on the Tory coronavirus strategy has been condemned by many Britons, but Farage has garnered support as anti-lockdown sentiment grows.The announcement that the UK’s leading Brexiteer will relaunch his political party and take on the Tory coronavirus strategy has been condemned by many Britons, but Farage has garnered support as anti-lockdown sentiment grows.

Nigel Farage branded ‘shameless opportunist’ as renamed Brexit Party takes on govt over Covid, but fans say ‘I’m in’ — RT UK News

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage will relaunch the group as an anti-lockdown party called Reform UK in an attempt to fight anti-coronavirus ...Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage will relaunch the group as an anti-lockdown party called Reform UK in an attempt to fight anti-coronavirus ...

UK's Farage tries to harness COVID-19 lockdown anger to take on PM Johnson - CNA

Party wants to be renamed as Reform UK in a bid to take key anti-lockdown role - Anadolu AgencyParty wants to be renamed as Reform UK in a bid to take key anti-lockdown role - Anadolu Agency

UK's Brexit Party applies for name change

Nigel Farage, the British politician who helped force a Brexit referendum and successfully campaigned to leave the European Union, will fight Prime Minister Boris Johnson's COVID-19 lockdown by recasting his small Brexit Party as Reform UK. Cast by his supporters as the godfather of Brexit, Farage said Johnson had terrified…Nigel Farage, the British politician who helped force a Brexit referendum and successfully campaigned to leave the European Union, will fight Prime Minister Boris Johnson's COVID-19 lockdown by recasting his small Brexit Party as Reform UK. Cast by his supporters as the godfather of Brexit, Farage said Johnson had terrified…

Farage tries to harness Covid lockdown anger to take on PM Johnson | Cyprus Mail

Brexit Party chairman Richard Tice explains why the party are rebranding as an anti-lockdown voice, insisting "they don't work" and instead we must "live with the virus." Brexit Party chairman Richard Tice explains why the party are rebranding as an anti-lockdown voice, insisting "they don't work" and instead we must "live with the virus."

"Lockdowns don't work": Brexit Party chair on rebranding to be anti-lockdown voice - LBC

The party contested 275 seats and took 2% of votes but did not succeed in electing an MP in the 2019 general election.The party contested 275 seats and took 2% of votes but did not succeed in electing an MP in the 2019 general election.

Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party to relaunch as anti-lockdown group

Chancellor says parliament will get vote on any extension beyond 2 DecemberChancellor says parliament will get vote on any extension beyond 2 December

How long will lockdown last? Rishi Sunak says 28 days locked into law – but review expected | The Independent

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Nigel Farage has turned his attention to the UK's coronavirus restrictions, and has applied to change the Brexit Party's name to Reform UK.Nigel Farage has turned his attention to the UK's coronavirus restrictions, and has applied to change the Brexit Party's name to Reform UK.

Nigel Farage is relaunching the Brexit Party as an anti-lockdown party | JOE.co.uk

The Brexit campaigner has announced that the new party will be called Reform UK, and in a video posted on Twitter he said the impacts of lockdown are "disastrous" The Brexit campaigner has announced that the new party will be called Reform UK, and in a video posted on Twitter he said the impacts of lockdown are "disastrous"

Nigel Farage to rebrand Brexit Party as Reform UK opposing lockdown as he's 'had enough' - Mirror Online

Nigel Farage is to relaunch the Brexit Party as Reform UK, a new anti-lockdown party railing against the UK's “woeful” response to Covid-19.Nigel Farage is to relaunch the Brexit Party as Reform UK, a new anti-lockdown party railing against the UK's “woeful” response to Covid-19.

Nigel Farage to relaunch Brexit Party as anti-lockdown Reform UK : CityAM

The party leader applies to change its name to Reform UK, calling the PM's Covid response "woeful".The party leader applies to change its name to Reform UK, calling the PM's Covid response "woeful".

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The new party will back a policy of focused protection from the coronavirus for only the most vulnerable, and allow the rest of the population to develop herd immunity, according to Farage.The new party will back a policy of focused protection from the coronavirus for only the most vulnerable, and allow the rest of the population to develop herd immunity, according to Farage.

U.K.'s Nigel Farage set to relaunch Brexit Party as anti-lockdown party - The Hindu

The party says the "single most pressing issue" is the government's "woeful response" to the coronavirus pandemic.The party says the "single most pressing issue" is the government's "woeful response" to the coronavirus pandemic.

Brexit Party re-branding as anti-lockdown party Reform UK | Politics News | Sky News

Reform UK, the new party led by the former Ukip leader, doesn’t need to succeed electorally to succeed politically.Reform UK, the new party led by the former Ukip leader, doesn’t need to succeed electorally to succeed politically.

Nigel Farage has launched an anti-lockdown party. What are his chances of success?

Nigel Farage is to relaunch his Brexit Party as an anti-lockdown party called Reform UK as he campaigns against measures imposed by the UK government to slow the spread of coronavirus. The party has submitted papers requesting the name change to the Electoral Commission. In an article in the Daily Telegraph, Mr Farage and party chairman Richard Tice said they would adopt an anti-lockdown platform to give a “political voice” to opponents of...

Nigel Farage rebrands Brexit Party as anti-lockdown Reform UK

Nigel Farage's Brexit Party has applied to the Electoral Commission to change its name to Reform UK.Nigel Farage's Brexit Party has applied to the Electoral Commission to change its name to Reform UK.

Nigel Farage's Brexit Party seeks name change

Nigel Farage has repurposed his Brexit Party as the Reform Party and will be using it to campaign against the lockdown.Nigel Farage has repurposed his Brexit Party as the Reform Party and will be using it to campaign against the lockdown.

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Nigel Farage, the British politician who helped force a Brexit referendum and successfully campaigned to leave the European Union, will fight Prime Minister Boris Johnson's COVID-19 lockdown by recasting his small Brexit Party as Reform UK.

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The party will be named "Reform UK." The party will be named "Reform UK."

UK's Nigel Farage to relaunch Brexit Party as anti-lockdown party | Newshub

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LONDON (Reuters) - Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage said on Monday that he felt Donald Trump would win the U.S. presidential election as his support base was so enthusiastic and he had gathered momentum in the final days of the campaign.LONDON (Reuters) - Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage said on Monday that he felt Donald Trump would win the U.S. presidential election as his support base was so enthusiastic and he had gathered momentum in the final days of the campaign.

Brexit 'godfather' Farage says Trump will win U.S. election | The Star

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage will relaunch the group as an anti-lockdown party called Reform UK in an attempt to fight anti-coronavirus measures imposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government.Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage will relaunch the group as an anti-lockdown party called Reform UK in an attempt to fight anti-coronavirus measures imposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government.

Nigel Farage set to relaunch Brexit Party as anti-lockdown party – EURACTIV.com

Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party has applied to the Electoral Commission to change its name to Reform UK Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party has applied to the Electoral Commission to change its name to Reform UK

Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party seeks name change

The party which took no seats at last year’s British general election is seeking a new approach. The party which took no seats at last year’s British general election is seeking a new approach.

Nigel Farage is rebranding the Brexit party into an anti-lockdown party