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Brexit Party and UKIP Facebook posts differ by just one word, raising concerns of cooperation between ‘rivals’

Posts seem to indicate close cooperation between two supposedly rival parties

Two posts put out on social media by rival pro-Brexit parties have raised concerns that the two are coordinating their messaging and sharing personnel.

A Facebook post by UKIP on Monday morning in response to an article in the Independent on Labour’s Brexit policy was followed twenty-nine minutes later by an almost identical post by the Brexit party Facebook account:

The only difference in the two was that the UKIP version omitted the word Brexit from the first line.


The Brexit party has attempted to cast itself as an entirely new venture in spite of the involvement of former UKIP figures such as Nigel Farage, but many observers have pointed out that it is essentially UKIP 2.0.

It seems that the new version is still communicating and colluding, in at least some form, with its predecessor.

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  1. Good spot. I await one of the MSM pointing it out- without attribution to The Skwawkbox, of course.

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