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Nigel Farage has once more educated his sights on pollsters he believes are underrating Reform UK’s prospects on the forthcoming common election, accusing them of “living under a rock”.

Mr Farage has beforehand taken swipes at Savanta and Opinium, and this time selected to spotlight an MRP ballot printed by Stronger Together/News Agents mega ballot which suggests his occasion won’t choose up any seats on July 4.

The survey suggests Labour will win 406 seats, the Tories 155, Lib Dems 49, SNP 18, Plaid Cymru 2 and Greens 1 – however Reform is just not even talked about.

Posting on X, Mr Farage stated: “The fieldwork for your ‘latest’ MRP poll began 28 days ago on the 22nd May. Perhaps you’ve been living under a rock, but a lot has changed since then. Your poll is misleading and amounts to election interference.”

Elsewhere, Michael Gove has voiced his considerations about studies of Tory candidates betting on the date of the overall election, whereas the publication date of Boris Johnson’s autobiography has been revealed.