THOUSANDS of disgruntled Tory voters have switched sides to UKIP following weak and unstable Mrs May’s Soft Brexit Plan.
UKIP officials said that they had processed 2,500 new members in the last week, with sources claiming that 4000 applications had been made since the PM’s soft Brexit plans were published.
The boost in membership would reflect a polling boost for the Eurosceptic party who rose five points from three to eight per cent in polling since a full scale European civil war restarted in the Tory Party.
A source told The Sun: “The is no denying the Chequers sellout has had a major impact on our numbers.”
UKIP was on the brink of bankruptcy earlier year, but since the party-backed Tommy Robinson and Free Speech and with May’s Brexit Fudge, a surge in numbers has seen the party membership grow by more than 20 per cent in just two weeks.
UKIP leader Gerard Batten said: “The Conservatives fooled the public into believing that they had the will to carry out Brexit, but this dishonesty will never work again.”
He said that Mrs May’s party was in “meltdown” after it was revealed that the Tories are now 4 points behind Labour and UKIP have surged 8% in the polls.
He added: “These are desperate times for our weak Prime Minister.”