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15 November 2019 04:34

She got here fourth in Kingston-upon-Hull West & Hessle on the 2017 election, receiving 1,898 votes.

By James Tapsfield, Political Editor For Mailonline Revealed: 05:56 EST, 14 November 2019 | Up to date: 06:08 EST, 14 November 2019 Former Apprentice star Michelle Dewberry (pictured) is standing for the Brexit Celebration in Kingston upon Hull West & Hessle Former Apprentice star Michelle Dewberry is standing for the Brexit Celebration in Kingston upon Hull West & Hessle. Ms Dewberry is representing Nigel Farage's insurgents in her residence seat – the place she ran unsuccessfully as an unbiased two years in the past. The announcement got here as Mr Farage vowed lots of of Brexit Celebration candidates will battle the election, regardless of warnings that they might hand victory to Jeremy Corbyn by splitting the Depart vote. The constituency voted 68 per cent to Depart within the referendum. Nominations for the crunch poll on December 12 should be in by 4pm this afternoon.

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Apprentice star Michelle Dewberry to fight Hull West & Hessle for Brexit Party

Ms Dewberry, 40 – who is because of seem with Mr Farage within the goal constituency later – mentioned: 'Standing on this election was a tricky alternative for me to make. 'However in the end, I consider passionately that there are lots of individuals in Hull West and Hessle who've been let down by Labour. 'As for the Tories, they've proven, yr after yr, that they don't care about The North — their sudden pretence that they do merely would not wash with me. 'Hull and Hessle voters want a brand new voice to characterize them. The time for change is now.' Ms Dewberry received the second sequence of hit BBC present The Apprentice in 2006. She got here fourth in Kingston-upon-Hull West & Hessle on the 2017 election, receiving 1,898 votes. The Tories have been in second on 10,317, whereas Labour's Emma Hardy received with an eight,000 majority. Mr Farage condemned Boris Johnson for refusing to provide method in Depart-voting Labour heartlands the place the Conservatives may 'by no means' win. He mentioned if the PM had been keen to do this, a 3rd of Labour voters in some essential goal seats would have adopted his recommendation to endorse the Tories. Mr Farage mentioned: 'The job of the Brexit Celebration is to carry him to account, as a result of too many occasions over the past three years the Conservatives have made guarantees and never delivered.'