@djgizzouk the Brexit party will do well in the European elections and I doubt the same can be said of UKIP, except possibly where The Brexit Party doesn’t have a candidate. The reason is simple. 17.4m people, if they still give a toss, have an easy choice to make. The rest of the vote is split amongst more parties. The numbers favour the two anti European parties, especially with Labour and Tory split
Nationally who knows anymore? The first past the post system only favours Labour and the Conservatives.
The only thing that would really help them is a move to proportional representation but hell will have to freeze over before either of the big two go for that as they could no longer rely on safe seats.
248 local council elections in England in May and 11 elections for Mayor and all 11 councils in NI. Will be interesting to see if the electorate is more interested in local issues or if they no longer trust the main parties and decide to give them a kicking., or even if they have complete apathy (which will favour UKIP and The Brexit Party zealots) The Uk electorate is an emotive lot at the moment.