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Nigel Farage has a problem. But it is a nice one to have. His Brexit Party is riding high and now he has run out of space at his rallies. Eight more are planned between now and election day on Thursday, each holding between 1,500 and 3,000 people, and seven are full. "They are sold out," he says.

It seems that outside of the Westminster bubble, voters cannot get enough of a party which he founded just five weeks ago. The party is leading in the polls and has just surged through the 100,000 mark for registered supporters.

"There is a pent-up demand for this," he says. 

Farage spent Wednesday in south Wales, starting in Cardiff and finishing up at a rally in front of his battle bus in the evening...

Nigel Farage has a problem. But it is a nice one to have. His Brexit Party is riding high and now he has run out of space at his rallies. Eight more are planned between now and election day on Thursday, each holding between 1,500 and 3,000 people, and seven are full. "They are sold out," he says.

It seems that outside of the Westminster bubble, voters cannot get enough of a party which he founded just five weeks ago. The party is leading in the polls and has just surged through the 100,000 mark for registered supporters.

"There is a pent-up demand for this," he says. 

Farage spent Wednesday in south Wales, starting in Cardiff and finishing up at a rally in front of his battle bus in the evening...

Nigel Farage has a problem. But it is a nice one to have. His Brexit Party is riding high and now he has run out of space at his rallies. Eight more are planned between now and election day on Thursday, each holding between 1,500 and 3,000 people, and seven are full. "They are sold out," he says.

It seems that outside of the Westminster bubble, voters cannot get enough of a party which he founded just five weeks ago. The party is leading in the polls and has just surged through the 100,000 mark for registered supporters.

"There is a pent-up demand for this," he says. 

Farage spent Wednesday in south Wales, starting in Cardiff and finishing up at a rally in front of his battle bus in the evening...

Nigel Farage has a problem. But it is a nice one to have. His Brexit Party is riding high and now he has run out of space at his rallies. Eight more are planned between now and election day on Thursday, each holding between 1,500 and 3,000 people, and seven are full. "They are sold out," he says.

It seems that outside of the Westminster bubble, voters cannot get enough of a party which he founded just five weeks ago. The party is leading in the polls and has just surged through the 100,000 mark for registered supporters.

"There is a pent-up demand for this," he says. 

Farage spent Wednesday in south Wales, starting in Cardiff and finishing up at a rally in front of his battle bus in the evening...