The fiery speech came after Liz Saville Roberts, Plaid Cymru’s Westminster leader, attempted to justify the electoral pacts made by Remain parties, known as the “Remain Alliance”. On hearing this, a young Brexiteer in the audience channelled his fury at what he called a disregard for the people’s will.
He said: “You’re talking about the job of politicians, let me tell you about what the job of a politician is to do.
“It is to represent their constituents, to vote with what they want.
“The 17.4million people who voted to leave the European Union.”
Groans could be heard throughout the audience on the young Brexiteer’s saying this.
He continued: “There is only one party representing the will of the people, and that’s the one party that has promised to leave the European Union with a very good deal negotiated by our Prime Minister.
“That is the Conservative Party.”
Again, the crowd booed on hearing this.
Throughout the impassioned speech Alex Phillips, Brexit Party MEP, nodded in agreement - though soon stopped when the audience member mentioned the only party to deliver Brexit would be the Conservatives.
So too did James Cleverly, chairman of the Conservative Party, nod in approval.
The topic of electoral pacts has been high on the agenda of several political parties as of recent.
The “Remain Alliance” - between the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party - has left many people despondent, angry that they can no longer vote for the party they want to.
On the Leave side, it was initially thought that Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party would field up to 600 candidates in Tory seats - this causing the Conservatives to fear that they might lose their safe seats in Brexit areas.
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Should this happen, a Tory majority in Parliament might prove impossible, with a hung Parliament and what many feared a coalition or Jeremy Corbyn Labour led Government.
However, earlier this week, Mr Farage announced that he would no longer be fielding candidates in over 300 Conservative seats.
He said the decision was made after a perceived “shift of position” from Boris Johnson in his Brexit stance.
Mr Johnson reportedly refused the Brexit Party leaders offer of a “Leave Alliance”.
Writing in a column for The Daily Telegraph, Mr Farage explained the reasoning behind his sudden change of heart, announcing that he was about to field candidates in Labour marginal seats instead.
He wrote: “I believe The Brexit Party’s general election strategy of not contesting the 317 seats won by the Conservatives in 2017 will put Britain on the best possible course for future success.
“It should also kill off the idea of a second referendum.
“Unlike many of his cheerleaders, I read the details. Johnson’s 'deal' was simply a new EU Treaty with an attached political declaration.
“It was not Brexit.
“The separate status for Northern Ireland troubled me. So did the binding commitment to state aid rules, preventing the UK from making its own decisions about the future of an industry like steel: fishing rights were also ill-addressed.
“For these reasons, I had intended to stand 600 candidates next month.
He continued: “Our own private research also showed that if we did put up 600 candidates, from southwest London down to south Cornwall, the effect would be some Liberal Democrat gains.