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In the Brexit circus, Boris Johnson is walking a very tricky tightrope. On one side is the threat of the Brexit Party, whose leader Nigel Farage now declares that only a no-deal Brexit will do. On the other is a great mass of swing voters, who don’t really fancy the idea of no deal. A recent YouGov poll found just 6 per cent and 8 per cent of voters respectively would be “delighted” or even “relieved” by the prospect. This passionate minority group is, however, enough to deny the Tories victory in dozens of marginal seats.

This fine balance explains why the government reacts so furiously to any suggestion that threatens to knock Mr Johnson off the rope, like The Telegraph’s report this week quoting...

In the Brexit circus, Boris Johnson is walking a very tricky tightrope. On one side is the threat of the Brexit Party, whose leader Nigel Farage now declares that only a no-deal Brexit will do. On the other is a great mass of swing voters, who don’t really fancy the idea of no deal. A recent YouGov poll found just 6 per cent and 8 per cent of voters respectively would be “delighted” or even “relieved” by the prospect. This passionate minority group is, however, enough to deny the Tories victory in dozens of marginal seats.

This fine balance explains why the government reacts so furiously to any suggestion that threatens to knock Mr Johnson off the rope, like The Telegraph’s report this week quoting...

In the Brexit circus, Boris Johnson is walking a very tricky tightrope. On one side is the threat of the Brexit Party, whose leader Nigel Farage now declares that only a no-deal Brexit will do. On the other is a great mass of swing voters, who don’t really fancy the idea of no deal. A recent YouGov poll found just 6 per cent and 8 per cent of voters respectively would be “delighted” or even “relieved” by the prospect. This passionate minority group is, however, enough to deny the Tories victory in dozens of marginal seats.

This fine balance explains why the government reacts so furiously to any suggestion that threatens to knock Mr Johnson off the rope, like The Telegraph’s report this week quoting...

In the Brexit circus, Boris Johnson is walking a very tricky tightrope. On one side is the threat of the Brexit Party, whose leader Nigel Farage now declares that only a no-deal Brexit will do. On the other is a great mass of swing voters, who don’t really fancy the idea of no deal. A recent YouGov poll found just 6 per cent and 8 per cent of voters respectively would be “delighted” or even “relieved” by the prospect. This passionate minority group is, however, enough to deny the Tories victory in dozens of marginal seats.

This fine balance explains why the government reacts so furiously to any suggestion that threatens to knock Mr Johnson off the rope, like The Telegraph’s report this week quoting...