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NIGEL FARAGE has been tight-lipped on the candidates for the Brexit Party in an upcoming election but former Apprentice winner Michelle Dewberry said she has been in talks with them.

PUBLISHED: 17:42, Fri, Nov 1, 2019 | UPDATED: 17:44, Fri, Nov 1, 2019

Businesswoman Michelle Dewberry has been approached to stand as one of their candidates as host Jo Coburn asked what her response was. It comes as leader Mr Farage announced on Friday that he will stand every seat in the UK in a bid to wreck havoc on the Tory vote. He said he would stand down the plans if Mr Johnson conceded and made a pact with the party.

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Speaking on BBC’s Politics Live, Ms Dewberry said: “I have been talking to the Brexit Party and the reason I would do that is because I believe the average working-class Brexit voter have been let down by both Tory and Labour.

“Many of the Tory domestic policies of the Tory domestic policies have decimated the working class areas that voted Leave."

Ms Dewberry then attacked the Labour Party over their Brexit approach.

She said: "What’s happened with the Labour policies is that they have flip flopped all over the place when it comes to Brexit.

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General electionBusinesswoman Michelle Dewberry has been approached to stand as one of their candidates (Image: GETTY/BBC)

General electionMichelle Dewberry hasn't decided whether to stand yet (Image: BBC)

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