Mr Farage stated he has already formally registered the brand new name, including it would combat to “change politics for good”.
He predicted a “seriously good chance” of the Brexit Party profitable a “handful” of seats when the nation goes to the polls on December 12, despite the latest polls suggesting he will win three per cent.
The Brexit Party chief has been rocked by a collection of resignations within the final week, with 4 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) strolling out to help Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal.
When requested on Sunday morning if his social gathering has a post-Brexit future, he replied: “It’ll have to reform into the ‘reform party’, it’ll have to marketing campaign to change politics for good, do away with the House of Lords, change the voting system.
“So a lot to do and once more you’ll see on Thursday a turnout a lot decrease than the pundits count on as a result of folks have misplaced religion in politics.”
Asked if the Reform Party was a doable new name, he added: “Absolutely, I’ve registered it already.”
Mr Farage again defended his resolution to stand candidates down in Tory-held seats, after Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson accused him and the prime minister of a “cosy stitch up”.
It follows a bruising week for Mr Farage, with Annunziata Rees-Mogg, sister of Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg, together with Lance Forman and Lucy Harris all resigning the whip.
MEP and businessman John Longworth was sacked from the social gathering on Wednesday for having “repeatedly undermined” Mr Farage’s election technique.
But Mr Farage stated: “I haven’t fallen out with anybody. I haven’t moved….Of course I want Brexit done, but I want the right Brexit done.”
The Brexit Party received 29 seats within the 2019 European elections, when it was arrange, probably the most of any UK social gathering.