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UK's populist right-wing party surges in popularity on Brexiteer Nigel Farage's return

LONDON — The re-emergence of Brexiteer Nigel Farage has added wind to the sails of Britain's populist right-wing Reform UK party, with the latest poll showing them closing in on the ruling Conservatives ahead of the country's upcoming general election.

Reform is now seen just two points behind the Tories, according to the latest YouGov poll of the election campaign for Sky News released Thursday.

Labour is expected to win 40% of votes to the Conservatives' 19% and Reform's 17%, the online polling showed.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's Tory party was already widely expected to lose next month's election to opposition Labour party, bringing to a close its long and tumultuous 14 years in power.

Farage's surprise return as Reform leader on Monday dealt a deadly blow to the party, threatening to steal a significant share of votes on the right.

The last-minute shift would leave the Conservatives with even fewer seats than previously expected in the House of Commons and would likely bring about a reckoning within the diminished party. Some analysts have suggested it would shift the party even further to the right — potentially with Farage at the helm.

Farage, for his part, has not ruled out eventually joining a "reset and realign[ed]" Conservative party, last year saying "never say never."

Euroskeptic Farage — who led the Leave campaign in the U.K.'s 2016 EU referendum — has said he is running for a parliamentary seat in Clacton, a coastal town in the east of England, which recorded huge support for Brexit. A prior YouGov poll had the Conservatives winning that seat.

It marks the politician-turned-media personality's eight time running to be a Member of Parliament, after never previously succeeded.

A separate Ipsos poll released Thursday