Ask our political editor anything about Reform UK as Nigel Farage’s party unveils manifesto

Nigel Farage is interviewed by GB News following a Reform UK press conference (PA)
Nigel Farage is interviewed by GB News following a Reform UK press conference (PA)

Newly-crowned Reform UK leader Nigel Farage is set to unveil his party’s manifesto on Monday.

It comes after a buoyant week for the former Ukip leader, with an explosive poll placing Mr Farage’s party ahead of the Tories for the first time in history.

However, with only three weeks before election day, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak insisted the Conservatives would not come third at the general election and said they are “still fighting hard for every vote”.

Meanwhile, Mr Farage has declared himself and his party the “new opposition” following the groundbreaking YouGov poll

Speaking during a press conference in London on Friday, the staunch Brexiteer called on Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer to face him in a head-to-head televised debate on migration.

So what’s Mr Farage’s plan? Does he intend to take over the Conservative Party from the outside? Or will he attempt to usurp them completely as Reform’s popularity grows?

What could Mr Farage’s victory mean for the future of UK politics? And what can we expect from a Reform manifesto?

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