NIGEL Farage learned last night that he was likely to keep Britain trapped in the EU by fighting next month's elections.

The Brexit leader was asked to take into account new statistics showing that he could deprive Boris Johnson of victory – and cede power to an alliance of the band Rest.

    Nigel Farage was warned that he would keep Britain imprisoned in the EU and would give power to a remaining alliance if he was fighting for the next month's election.
Nigel Farage was warned that he would keep Britain imprisoned in the EU and would give power to a remaining alliance if he was fighting for the next month's election.Credit: Alamy Live News

His candidates need only steal one out of 16 conservative votes to form another suspended parliament.

That night, Mr. Farage was more and more in a hurry to take the stand to defend his cause for life.

Former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith warned that he had no chance of winning the majority and little hope of even winning a single seat.

But he said that by stealing a few thousand votes from conservative candidates supporting the Brexit, his move was likely to be renamed "The Brexit-Free Party".

Polls suggest the Conservatives are on track to win 357 seats – enough for the comfortable majority needed to deliver Brexit in the coming weeks.

But a fresh analysis of the data reveals that if only one percent of conservative voters supported Brexit, Johnson would lose five seats and the Labor Party would win seven.

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Losing four percent of the vote would leave the prime minister with a very narrow majority, while a six percent loss would mean a stalemate and the chance of an alliance of remaining with the Labor, Liberal-Democratic nationalists, Scottish and Welsh.

Professor Matthew Goodwin of the University of Kent, who calculated the numbers, said: "The Conservatives need as many Brexit fans as possible.

"If they get them, they will probably win a comfortable and perhaps important majority.

"But if Farage leads a good campaign and the conservatives join the Brexit party, Boris' chances of getting his majority are greatly reduced."

Jayne Adye, from Get Britain Out, said: "If the Brexit Party can not win the majority, what do they get by holding each seat, if not finding themselves potentially without Brexit?"

Mr. Farage was still waiting for an electoral pact with Mr. Johnson – insisting that he could withdraw votes from Jeremy Corbyn.

But Former Labor Minister Gisela Stuart, chair of the "Vote in Favor" campaign, said: "The Brexit party will not stop Labor from winning seats – this can only hurt the Conservatives."

And Duncan Smith, writing in The Sun on Sunday, added, "Voting for the Brexit Party could prove to be a historic, even catastrophic mistake.

"Only one party can get Brexit and save us from Corbyn – and that's Boris Johnson and the Conservatives."

Sunday sun says

NIGEL FARAGE has to face an essential truth.

His Brexit party does not have a future.

Either Boris Johnson wins a clear majority, and we have a Brexit on his terms. Or Jeremy Corbyn makes his way to power through an alliance of the remaining and Britain never leaves Europe.

The Farage project to present hundreds of candidates opens the door to Corbyn.

If he really wants Brexit, he has to back down now.

    Mr. Farage was still waiting for a pact for the elections with Mr. Johnson - insisting that he could withdraw Jeremy Corbyn's votes
Mr. Farage was still waiting for a pact for the elections with Mr. Johnson – insisting that he could withdraw Jeremy Corbyn's votesCredit: PA: Press Association
    The Brexit leader has been asked to take into account new statistics showing that he could steal the victory from Boris Johnson, broken with his girlfriend Carrie Symonds
The Brexit leader has been asked to take into account new statistics showing that he could steal the win at Boris Johnson, broken with his girlfriend Carrie SymondsCredit: AP: Associated Press
    Iain Duncan Smith warned Farage has no chance of winning a majority and has little hope of winning even a single seat
Iain Duncan Smith warned Farage has no chance of winning a majority and has little hope of winning even a single seatCredit: AFP or licensors
Nigel Farage confronted on the Cumbria campaign trail by a man accusing him of trying to profit from a "campaign of fear"