Boris Johnson has been offered an olive branch to Nigel Farage by ruling out the Brexit transition period beyond 2020.

In the Prime Minister's Sunday evening, a Canada-style free trade deal with the Bloc and would be free of any political alignment.

The Brexit Party Leader has said he will pitch candidates in 600 constituencies unless Mr. Johnson agrees to go for the hardest possible withdrawal in the form of no deal or a 'clean-break Brexit.'

But Mr Farage is in the midst of the Brexit Party and allow Labor and the Liberal Democrats to succeed.

Mr Johnson said in his video: 'It's a fantastic deal it means we can take back the control of our money our borders, our laws, as soon as we come out of the EU.

'And of course it enables us to make a big free trade deal with our EU friends and partners. And I want to stress that that is a straightforward free trade agreement with no political alignment.

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The Prime Ministers Sunday night Twitter said: 'We can not extend the transitional period beyond the end of 2020' (pictured: the PM, left, Farage on the campaign trail, right)

We can have a free trade agreement on the model of a Super Canada Plus arrangement.

And we will not extend the transitional period beyond the end of 2020.

There's absolutely no need to do that. So fantastic new deal, let's get Brexit done, and then build a new partnership with the EU and free trade deals around the world. '

Tory 'power brokers' over a deal to the majority of Brexit Party candidates out of the election.

In return, Mr. Johnson would promise to strike a harder deal with Brussels after winning a majority.

Mr Farage has been campaigning for a no deal Brexit.

The offer, made by former Ukip treasurer Andrew Reid, comes as friends of Mr Farage say that he is 'feeling the heat' over his defiant insistence on fielding hundreds of Brexit Party candidates.

The Brexit Party has been sent to the United States for the past few years.

As pressure mounted, Mr Farage pulled out of a planned interview with Sky News' flagship Sophy Ridge show.

His former donor Arron Banks said the Brexit Party leader had become 'boxed in' and urged him to reconsider.

Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Mr Banks warned if Mr Johnson fails to win a majority next month 'we can say goodbye to Brexit altogether'.

He added: 'It's time for Nigel to be realistic. Jeremy Corbyn form the next government. 'If he ploughs ahead and refuses to stand down.

Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage speaks during the Brexit Party General election campaign on November 8, 2019 in Newport, Wales

Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage speaks during the Brexit Party General election campaign on November 8, 2019 in Newport, Wales

Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives for a general election campaign visit to Diageo's Roseisle Distillery near Elgin in Scotland on Thursday

Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives for a general election campaign visit to Diageo's Roseisle Distillery near Elgin in Scotland on Thursday

In recent days Mr. Farage has backed away from his insistence that the Prime Minister must drop his deal entirely.

Instead, the Brexit transition will not be extended beyond the end of next year, and the changes are made to the political declaration.

Mr Banks confirmed that he had left the transition to his post-election social media post.

But Mr Farage Indicated in his guns on Sunday.

Writing in the Sunday Express, he said: 'If Boris stands by his treaty, then the Brexit Party wants to stand against the Conservatives and Corbyn's Labor in every seat around the country.

'And in that case, we'll be standing as the only party that believes in a real Brexit.'

The Brexit Party leader has been offered the PM a Leave Alliance but only if the premiere pledges to ditch his deal and campaign for a 'clean break' split from Brussels.

Mr Johnson is in a hurry to make his decision.

Fears of the Brexit Party splits the Leave vote on polling day as the Tories maintain their 12 point lead over Labor from last week.

A Deltapoll survey showed that early Tory setbacks did not hit the party's support levels.

Their headline figure is 41 per cent, with Labor on 29 per cent – both on one percentage point from last week – with the Liberal Democrats up two points on 16 per cent. The Brexit Party is on just six per cent.

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