However, instead of turning his back on Johnson and risk splitting the vote, Farage revealed that the Brexit Party will focus on Labour-held seats in districts that voted to leave during the referendum, as expected. With recent polls showing Conservatives with 40% of support, it still looks like the Tories set to win a large plurality in December.
Later, Farage added that he would be willing to compromise his position and form a "Leave Alliance" with the Tories, seeing as he suspects Labour would work to reverse the Brexit vote. If Johnson doesn't accept Farage's offer for the conditional alliance, he warned that the Brexit Party would follow through with an alternative plan to contest every seat. Farage says there are more than 500 candidates ready and willing to stand for the party.