Boris Johnson has insisted there will be no election pact with Nigel Farage just days after Jacob Rees-Mogg said Brexiteers “owe him a great debt”.
On Monday night, the Prime Minister said the Conservative Party will contest the election in every seat as he brushed off suggestions the Tories need the Brexit Party’s support in order to win.
Mr Farage has offered a non-aggression pact to the Prime Minister if he signs up fully to a no-deal departure from the EU and the Conservatives stand aside in more than 80 Seats.
However, Mr Johnson on Monday night rejected the idea and said he will go to the country “as Conservatives and not in an alliance or a pact, or a coupon deal”.
Asked if the Tories …