Reform UK party’s account opened, after 8 attempts now Nigel Faraz will enter the UK Parliament

In the counting of votes held in Britain on July 4, the Labor Party has won enough seats to get a majority. At the same time, outgoing Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has accepted defeat and congratulated Labor Party leader Keir Starmer. In the results that have come out so far, Nigel Farage of the Reform UK Party won his first parliamentary seat. After this, he said, what our party achieved in this election is very special. We did not win the election on many seats, but remained at second place.

Early Life of Faraz

Born on April 3, 1964 in Farnborough Kent, England, Faraz studied at Dulwich College, a private school in south London. Fellow students also remember him as a student who provoked students and teachers with controversial statements. A report in the London Standard said that when a teacher objected to his appointment as a prefect, his concerns were dismissed by the deputy head. At the age of 18, he decided not to go to university and became a trader at the London Metal Exchange in 1982. He has been married twice and has four children. He has a rich family history, including his grandfather. Faraz’s grandfather took part in the First World War and was also injured while fighting.

Political journey

Faraz’s political journey has been full of ups and downs. Faraz, who started his journey as a Conservative, left the party in 1992 over the Maastricht Treaty and co-founded the UK Independence Party (UKIP). He first ran for the UK Parliament in the Eastleigh by-election in 1994 but failed in his attempt. He was then elected to the European Parliament as an MEP for South-East England in 1999 and remained there until 2020. During his tenure as an MEP, he became a prominent voice in the European Parliament for advocating British sovereignty and criticizing EU policies. In 2010, he gained fame when he made serious allegations against European Council President Herman Van Rompuy. In 2006, he also became the leader of the UKIP party and made his mark by making controversial statements. His political career almost ended in 2010 when his plane crashed. Remarkably, Faraz suffered severe injuries during this incident. However, he survived despite having broken ribs and a punctured lung.

UKIP achieves success in European elections

UKIP was successful in the 2014 European elections, winning 24 seats and 27 per cent of the popular vote and playing a key role in forcing then-Prime Minister David Cameron to bow to demands for a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU.

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