Nigel Farage has always understood the vast majority of the British Public. His possible Party policies, if implemented, are enough to win a lot of votes at the next election.
As the Reform UK leader, Nigel has had a massive hand in the party’s direction, and the possible policies are great.
Reform UK will be pushing to rid of the BBC TV licence, rid of the unwanted Quangos, and get rid of the “unfit” House of Lords. CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL INTERVIEW
On Talk radio, Nigel Farage was asked what his plans were for the upcoming May Elections. Nigel said: “Well, I get slightly annoyed at lazy journalists, saying that Reform UK has been formed as an anti-lockdown party, it has not.
“You know, when we launched the Brexit Party, the slogan was ‘Change politics for good’ and that we thought that Brexit was the first step to a necessary set of reforms to bring our country into the 21st century.
“And that means things like getting rid of the BBC licence fee, it means things like reining in the QUANGOS, the civil servants, it means things like saying that the House of Lords stuffed with hundreds of Tony Blair, David Cameron, and now, of course, Boris Johnson’s friends is completely unfit for purpose in the 21st century.
“So it is a radical reform agenda, and part of that is the way the Government has handled the coronavirus crisis.
“The extent to which the small guy, the small woman, the sole trader, the small business, in many cases are going to the wall.
“Where actually, you know, if you compare for argument’s sake Florida, which didn’t lockdown, and in California which did lockdown, it almost seems to make no difference.
“So we’re not just anti-lockdown, and that’s a very important point to make.
“When it comes to these elections coming up this year, we have a problem.
“Firstly that we’re a new party, so you’ve got to get your message out to the public.
“But what the Government have said is that because of coronavirus, we’re not allowed to leaflet door to door, we’re not allowed to knock on doors, we’re not allowed to street canvas.
“So we are racking our brains right now as to how we can put together an effective campaign given that we’re being told that, effectively, we can’t do it.”