Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says the British government’s move to suspend Parliament makes a no-confidence motion “now certain.”
Farage tweeted after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to ask Queen Elizabeth II to suspend Parliament.
Farage said that “a general election is more likely and is seen as a positive move by Brexiteers.”
But he says the big question is whether Johnson intends to pursue the withdrawal agreement with the European Union.
Farage said “If he does, then The Brexit Party will fight him every inch of the way. But if he now wants a clean break Brexit then we would like to help him secure a large majority in a general election.”