Despite concerns from the Electoral Commission over foreign donations, the Brexit Party continues to go from strength to strength in the European election polls. The latest from YouGov
for The Times has Nigel Farage et al. way out in front on 37%, while the sorry Tories are now languishing in fifth place with a miserable 7 percent. It's not much better for the Labour Party either, having tried and seemingly failed to appeal to both sides of the Brexit divide
What must surely also sting for Jeremy Corbyn is that a party which opted for the opposite strategy, offering voters a clear pro-European position - the Lib Dems - is now on the rise and sitting comfortably in second place as the most valid opposition to the Brexit Party.