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Nigel Farage faced questions on Sunday night after he unveiled 100 new prospective MPs for the Brexit Party but refused to name any of the candidates.  

Just 49 days after forming the party, a selected group of its newest prospective parliamentary candidates attended Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre with the sort of razzmatazz more usually seen at a concert than a political rally. 

In front of a 5,000-strong crowd, the would-be MPs took to the stage as the booming sounds of High Hopes, by Indy rock band Panic At The Disco, played overhead.

But in a bizarre move that will raise questions about the Party's readiness to fight a general election, Mr Farage and his staff refused point-blank...

Nigel Farage faced questions on Sunday night after he unveiled 100 new prospective MPs for the Brexit Party but refused to name any of the candidates.  

Just 49 days after forming the party, a selected group of its newest prospective parliamentary candidates attended Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre with the sort of razzmatazz more usually seen at a concert than a political rally. 

In front of a 5,000-strong crowd, the would-be MPs took to the stage as the booming sounds of High Hopes, by Indy rock band Panic At The Disco, played overhead.

But in a bizarre move that will raise questions about the Party's readiness to fight a general election, Mr Farage and his staff refused point-blank...

Nigel Farage faced questions on Sunday night after he unveiled 100 new prospective MPs for the Brexit Party but refused to name any of the candidates.  

Just 49 days after forming the party, a selected group of its newest prospective parliamentary candidates attended Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre with the sort of razzmatazz more usually seen at a concert than a political rally. 

In front of a 5,000-strong crowd, the would-be MPs took to the stage as the booming sounds of High Hopes, by Indy rock band Panic At The Disco, played overhead.

But in a bizarre move that will raise questions about the Party's readiness to fight a general election, Mr Farage and his staff refused point-blank...

Nigel Farage faced questions on Sunday night after he unveiled 100 new prospective MPs for the Brexit Party but refused to name any of the candidates.  

Just 49 days after forming the party, a selected group of its newest prospective parliamentary candidates attended Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre with the sort of razzmatazz more usually seen at a concert than a political rally. 

In front of a 5,000-strong crowd, the would-be MPs took to the stage as the booming sounds of High Hopes, by Indy rock band Panic At The Disco, played overhead.

But in a bizarre move that will raise questions about the Party's readiness to fight a general election, Mr Farage and his staff refused point-blank...