THE Brexit Party’s “battle wagon” rolled onto the seafront today.

Supporters gathered in Madeira Drive, Brighton, to a welcome a car plastered with the party’s signs.

Pictures of leader Nigel Farage and Brighton Kemptown parliamentary candidate Graham Cushway adorned the vehicle.

And Hove candidate Angela Hancock, who hopes to unseat Labour candidate Peter Kyle, attended the rally.

Ms Hancock was previously Brexit Party candidate for Portsmouth North.

But after Mr Farage announced his party would not contest any seats the Conservatives won in the 2017 General Election, she was left without a seat.

Last week former Hove Brexit Party candidate Andy Wood resigned hours before the registration deadline and backed Tory hopeful Robert Nemeth.

Ms Hancock was quickly registered as Mr Wood’s replacement for the seat.

Richard Milton, Brexit Party parliamentary candidate for Brighton Pavilion, did not attend the rally.

He was previously set to stand in Conservative-controlled East Worthing and Shoreham until Mr Farage announced his electoral gift to the Tories.