Farage says he will not participate in the UK elections

LONDON: party leader Nigel Farage He has announced that he will not contest the next elections on December 12.

Farage said he could better serve the cause (Brexit) by supporting the 600 candidates of his party, he said.

I don't want to be in politics for the rest of my life, he said.

Farage has successfully challenged the UK parliamentary elections seven times and sits in the European Parliament , in the present.

Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn called Farage's decision strange.

It is a bit strange to lead a political party that apparently disputes all or most of the seats and is not offered for polls, Corbyn said.

Last week, Farage urged the British Prime Minister Boris johnson to get rid of the Brexit agreement and form an alliance with his party for the elections.

However, Johnson rejected the offer, saying that the difficulty of dealing with any other party was that he simply risks putting Jeremy Corbyn at number 10.

The United Kingdom will go to the polls on December 12 after a further delay in the UK's exit from the EU, as of January 31, 2020.

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