Nigel Farage vows to break U.K.’s ties to World Economic Forum if his party takes control of British government
07/01/2024 // Kevin Hughes // Views

Politician and activist Nigel Farage has promised to break the United Kingdom's connection to globalist Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum (WEF) if his party, Reform UK, takes control of the British government in the upcoming general election on July 4.

"Reform UK will reject the influence of the World Economic Forum and cancel Britain's membership of it," Farage said.

Critics are trying to "fact-check" the Brexit leader, claiming "Britain is not and never has been a member of the World Economic Forum."

This is false, as the British government has sent representatives to WEF summits for decades in Davos, Switzerland and just recently in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The British government also directly collaborates with the WEF on issues like artificial intelligence, sending a government secondee to its Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution to shape AI policy in 2018, for instance. Furthermore, the British government finances WEF projects such as the Blue Food Partnership.

Farage has been criticizing the WEF as the beating heart of globalism for years, contending that "the nation-state, run on democratic lines, is much better than people deciding our futures in Swiss ski resorts on their annual jaunt to Davos, or wherever else it may be." (Related: Farage to Breitbart: I have never seen so many people scared to say what they think.)

On the other hand, Keir Starmer, leader of the left-wing Labour Party and the person who most polls agree will likely become the U.K.'s next prime minister after July 4, noted that he prefers Davos – the WEF's headquarters – to Westminster, leading Farage to criticize him as a "full-on globalist" whose "mask has slipped."

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Election could bring unprecedented support to Farage's Reform UK

The upcoming July 4 vote in the U.K. is expected to usher in a Labour Party-led government for the first time in 14 years, with polls indicating that what could be a historic defeat for the current government of the Conservative Party could end up being "an obliteration."

Meanwhile, the election is expected to lead to a massive surge in support for Farage's Reform UK, which started the election campaign averaging around 11 percent of voter support in the polls. With Farage at the helm, the party garnered greater exposure, leading to a rise in its expected vote share, now averaging at around 16 percent.

Should this translate into a similar vote share on polling day, it would be a remarkable success for the party. A prior conservative party helmed by Farage nearly a decade ago, the UK Independence Party (UKIP), only managed 12.6 percent of the vote at its peak in 2015.

In one poll for the Daily Mirror and GB News, Reform UK is even expected to win a higher vote share than the Conservatives at 17 percent – two points ahead of the Conservatives' predicted 15 percent. This same poll involving almost 20,000 voters predicts that Reform UK will win 18 seats. At its peak, UKIP under Farage never won more than one seat in the House of Commons.

The same poll predicts that Labour Party will win a supermajority of 450 seats and the Conservatives will be pushed to third place behind the liberal and centrist Liberal Democrats, who are predicted to win 71 seats, 11 ahead of the Conservatives' predicted 60 – down from the 365 the party won in 2019.

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