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POLL OF THE DAY Would Farage make a good Home Secretary? VOTE HERE By Oliver Trapnell Published 15/05/2024Farage could help swing an election if he were to return to frontline politics Putin's forces amass more than half a million troops on front line as Ukraine runs out of reserves Sex education to be BANNED for children under 9 as ministers finally get tough on 'extreme, sexualising and inaccurate' content Taxpayers left waiting on phone for 23 minutes just to speak to staff Harry and Meghan issue statement as their charity receives 'delinquency notice' Fury 'wants Usyk fight called off' as alarm sparked by crutches video Britons issued France travel warning as petrol and diesel drivers face huge £155 fine Universal Credit change affecting 180,000 people has come into effect today Harry ‘pushed into the background’ as Meghan Markle ‘takes over’ Nigeria tour Harry 'offered a royal residence' by King after Windsor Castle request rejected Trending on GB News DVLA rule could see vehicles removed from roads unless drivers admit to car changes Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg has called for senior members of Reform UK to be Conservative Party candidates at the next election, with Farage being made Home Secretary should the Conservatives win


POLL OF THE DAY: Would Farage make a good Home Secretary? VOTE HERE

By Oliver Trapnell

Published: 15/05/2024

Farage could help swing an election if he were to return to frontline politics

Putin's forces amass more than half a million troops on front line as Ukraine runs out of reserves

Sex education to be BANNED for children under 9 as ministers finally get tough on 'extreme, sexualising and inaccurate' content

Taxpayers left waiting on phone for 23 minutes just to speak to staff

Harry and Meghan issue statement as their charity receives 'delinquency notice'

Fury 'wants Usyk fight called off' as alarm sparked by crutches video

Britons issued France travel warning as petrol and diesel drivers face huge £155 fine

Universal Credit change affecting 180,000 people has come into effect today

Harry ‘pushed into the background’ as Meghan Markle ‘takes over’ Nigeria tour

Harry 'offered a royal residence' by King after Windsor Castle request rejected

Trending on GB News

DVLA rule could see vehicles removed from roads unless drivers admit to car changes

Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg has called for senior members of Reform UK to be Conservative Party candidates at the next election, with Farage being made Home Secretary should the Conservatives win.

Following a recent survey by JL Partners, which found Reform UK could jump to 16 per cent in the polls if Farage came back to frontline politics, Rees-Mogg said that with the former Ukip leader’s support, the Tories could reach electoral victory.


The MP said in his GB News Moggalogue: “What we need is a big, open and comprehensive offer to those in Reform.

“We had this in 2010 with the Liberals, who are hardly our soulmates. Most members of Reform are not a million miles away from most Conservative voters and members politically.

“So the Prime Minister should offer candidate selection to senior members of the Reform Party, such as the estimable Ben Habib, Richard Tyson of course, the one and only Nigel Farage.”

The poll, published in The Sun, revealed that if Nigel were to re-enter politics with Reform, the Tories could face an “extinction level event”.

Rees-Mogg continued: “With the help of Nigel Farage in a Conservative Government as a conservative minister, with Boris Johnson probably returning as foreign secretary and welcoming the likes of Ben Habib and Richard Tice into our party, as well as pursuing genuinely conservative policies, winning the next election suddenly becomes within reach.”

Speaking on the monologue, Farage later told GB News’ Patrick Christys that it was “an extraordinary thing to say”.



Christys said: “To be honest, I was busy playing my own show, so I didn't actually see him say that live.

“But it's quite astonishing, actually, for a Conservative MP to come out and say this Nigel.”

Nigel responded: “Not just a conservative MP, one that's held high office and also is in high regard amongst the Conservative Party membership. It is an extraordinary thing to say.

“But Jacob, quite a bit of Supertramp their top track is called Dreamer. It's just not going to happen because Rishi is not bold.

“He has no leadership whatsoever. And the truth is that the vast majority of Conservative MPs are social Democrats, one nation careerists.

“They have no courage. They have no vision. This will not happen even though Jacob thinks it's a good idea.”

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