Blair would join Chukka's TIG/Change Britain (or whatever stupid name the remainiac mongs are calling it today): they've done really well since launching in February... they've demonstrated the ability to turn gold into pure shite, select a couple of racists and bigots as their candidates and seen their place in the opinion polls fall through the floor: it's almost as though people can see them for the bunch of twáts they are.
Its complicated and very interesting.
If the boundary rules are representative in their favour then it could work.
17.4 million leave votes are not to be sniffed at.
I however think that it will be the labour party that benefit thanks to the split in the tory vote.
I think Widdiecome is quite an inspired choice, not for what she will say or do, but she will always be synonymous with the Tories, and to most people if even she is not voting Tory then it gives them a licence not to either, as someone said earlier if Farage can get a high profile labor politician as well, then I won't bet against him.