The Brexit Party is a new party created to ensure that the UK leaves the EU and “change British politics forever”. The party stylizes itself as stylized as if it were focused on restoring Britain`s democratic sovereignty. In the 2019 European elections, it became the largest party in terms of number of seats. Mr Farage offered the Conservative Party an electoral pact for the 2019 general election and, although this was rejected, the party decided not to run candidates in constituencies won by Conservative candidates in the previous election. The party had planned to run in 600 of the 650 constituencies after the Conservative leader rejected his offer to stand on many seats to help the Conservatives if Boris Johnson scraps his Brexit deal with the EU. Until 11 November 1, many thought Nigel Farage`s Brexit was preparing for a general election. But that morning, Mr Farage told an audience of supporters and journalists in Hartlepool that his Brexit party would retreat to 317 seats held by the Conservatives to avoid splitting exit votes. The audience was stunned; There was muffled applause after it ended. In October 2020, Farage and Tice announced: That they asked the Electoral Commission to rename the Brexit Party “UK Reform”, and stated that the party would campaign on a platform that would oppose further lockdowns of the COVID-19 pandemic (due to the persistent COVID-19 pandemic) and that aims to reform aspects of British governance. including the BBC and the House of Lords.   The group supports barrington`s Grand Declaration.  Two days before the 2019 European elections, Farage accused the electoral commission of “interfering in the electoral process” after the independent watchdog went to Brexit Party headquarters to “actively supervise and regulate” the funding of political parties.
 Official donations of £500 or more must be given by an “authorised donor” who must be either someone on the UK electoral roll or a company registered with Companies House and active in the UK. Asked if the party would accept foreign currency donations, Farage replied, “Absolutely not, we only take Sterling – end of conversation.” Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell called for “a full and open and transparent and independent investigation into the funding of Mr Farage”.  On Sky News in May 2019, Scottish National Party MEP Alyn Smith claimed that the Brexit Party “is a letterbox company that is a money laundering front”. . . .