Some eurosceptics fear that the Brexit party could divide the Brexit vote into some conservative constituencies, possibly leading to a working-class government. In recent days, Mr Farage has denied that a pact could be concluded unless Mr Johnson abandons his EU exit agreement. But now, the former ukip giver has revealed exactly what Mr. Farse is considering to Mr. Banks.
Mr. Banks argues that Mr. Farage will reject candidates on the condition that Mr. Johnson's Brexit deal makes realistic changes.
He told the Daily Mail: "A compromise has been proposed, whereby Nigel should put aside those of his candidates who simply can not win, but only on the condition that several completely realistic changes be made to the agreement negotiated with Brussels.
"It is time that Nigel and his followers are realistic.
"If he moves forward and refuses to crush the candidates of his party-those who have no chance at all-he will help Corbyn to form the next government."
"If Brexit is lost because the votes are divided, Nigel has destroyed what he has been working on for years."
On Saturday, Mr. Farage told the Daily Mail that he was "not directly involved in the cross-party talks."
However, he said that "the clock is ticking" as the nomination deadline approaches on Thursday.
He added, "I do not ask for much."
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Speaking to the telegraph, Mr. Udale explained the danger posed by a Labor government.
He said, "If he (Jeremy Corbyn) came in 10th, he would undermine our economy, our defense and our union.
"I therefore believe that it is fundamentally wrong for the Brexit party, which is strongly patriotic and has a deep affinity with our union, to nominate candidates in constituencies where the Tories have a chance of winning."
Mr Udale emphasized, however, that he did not turn his back on the Brexit party and still believe that the party plays an important role in the forthcoming elections.
He added, "I continue to support the Brexit party in strong Labor constituencies, where Leavers is unlikely to be behind the Tories in large numbers.
"These voters deserve an alternative vote, and I believe the Brexit party has some great candidates and will win seats."
The election is scheduled for December 12th.
Mr. Johnson claims that Brexit will be completed by 2020 if it wins the upcoming survey.