Farage wins BBC election debate, snap ballot finds | EUROtoday

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Nigel Farage gained Friday night time’s seven-way BBC election debate, in line with a ballot.

A snap ballot of 1,031 voters by More in Common discovered most thought Mr Farage gained the controversy, adopted by Angela Rayner. Mr Farage acquired 25 per cent of the vote whereas Ms Rayner acquired 19 per cent.

The Green Party’s Carla Denyer was the third hottest with 11 per cent, Stephen Flynn for SNP acquired 10 per cent and Penny Mordaunt, the chief of the House of Commons, took 7 per cent of the vote. Daisy Cooper, the deputy chief of the Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru’s Rhun ap Iorwerth took 5 per cent and a couple of  per cent respectively.

The debate noticed Britain’s foremost seven political events conflict forward of the final election on July 4.

Mr Farage, who returned to frontline politics for Reform this week and is standing as an MP in Clacton, challenged his political rivals on immigration and internet zero insurance policies.

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