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    Reform UK is a right-wing populist political party in the United Kingdom. Founded in November 2018 as the Brexit Party, advocating a no-deal Brexit, it...
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    The Reform UK–TUV alliance is an electoral pact for the 2024 United Kingdom general election in Northern Ireland between the right-wing Reform UK party...
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    status it had previously held but lost at the 2015 general election. Reform UK achieved the third-highest vote share and won five seats, and the Green...
  • Constituency – Iris Leask PPC Reform UK". Reform UK. Archived from the original on 15 June 2024. Retrieved 15 March 2024. "Reform suspend Aberdeenshire candidate...
  • councillors on Derby City Council. Although it serves as the local affiliate of Reform UK, it is a separate entity. The party has faced criticism regarding its...
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    12 June 2023, Reform UK and the Reclaim Party announced a mutual co-operation agreement for the upcoming by-elections, whereby Reform UK would stand in...
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    Essex represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2024 by Nigel Farage of Reform UK. It is centred on the seaside town of Clacton, hence...
  • Abu-Tayyem (Workers Party of Britain): The Muslim Vote For Nigel Farage (Reform UK) Douglas Carswell, former Conservative and UKIP MP for Harwich and then...
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    Richard Tice (category Leaders of Reform UK)
    Member of Parliament (MP) for Boston and Skegness and Deputy Leader of Reform UK since 2024, having previously served as the chairman of the party from...
  • constituencies as if they were contested in 2019. The target seats for Reform UK are based on results of the Brexit Party in 2019. The party didn't contest...
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    United Kingdom general election, where it had an electoral pact with Reform UK in some constituencies. The party campaigned on a manifesto titled 'Homecoming'...
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    Lee Anderson (British politician) (category Reform UK MPs)
    been Chief Whip of Reform UK since July 2024. He was elected in 2019 as a member of the Conservative Party, but defected to Reform UK in March 2024 after...
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    originally named "The Reform Research Trust" however it sometimes refers to itself as the abbreviated "Reform" such as the website www.reform.uk which has led...
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    constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2024 by James McMurdock of Reform UK. The seat has a very similar proportion (4.0%)...
  • election. Nigel Farage, the newly re-appointed leader of Reform UK and the former leader of the UK Independence Party, won the election with 46.2% of the...
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    Nigel Farage (category Leaders of Reform UK)
    of Reform UK since 2024, having previously been its leader from 2019 to 2021 when it was called the Brexit Party. He also was the leader of the UK Independence...
  • Announces U.K. Elections for July 4, Months Earlier Than Expected". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 22 May 2024. "Reform UK overtakes Conservatives...
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    David Bull (television presenter) (category Reform UK parliamentary candidates)
    an English television presenter, author and politician. He served as Reform UK's Deputy Leader from 2021 to 2023 and as Co-Deputy Leader, alongside Ben...
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    StClair-Armstrong resigned from Reform UK on 16 June 2024, after nominations closed, so he was still identified as the Reform UK candidate on the ballot paper...
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    focus on the transport network and attracting investment to the region. Reform UK announced Elaine Williams, a solicitor as their candidate in March 2024...
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