Brexit's Farage Predicts 'Very Low Turnout' for UK Election with 'Boring' Sunak and Starmer

Brexit’s Farage Predicts ‘Very Low Turnout’ for UK Election with ‘Boring’ Sunak and Starmer

The upcoming general election in Britain will likely see a “very, very low turnout” due to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and opposition Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer being incredibly “boring”, Brexit boss Nigel Farage predicted.

As the two major party leaders laid out their respective visions for the country on Monday, Nigel Farage said that their performances were so uninspiring that he began to “nod off”.

While Mr Farage acknowledged that Sunak had made some “fundamentally important arguments” — with the PM warning that in light of the dangers posed by Communist China and Vladimir Putin’s Russia, the world is more unstable than at any point since the Cold War and that, conveniently, only he has the ability to confront such issues

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