The Lib Dem chief stated her celebration was ‘in good health’ regardless of a instructed squeeze within the polls forward of Thursday’s General Election.
She added that she wouldn’t resign if her celebration ended up with fewer MPs, stating: ‘I’m completely right here to keep and I’m excited in regards to the future.’
Ms Swinson insisted the Lib Dems’ revoke Article 50 Brexit policy was a ‘good policy because it’s sincere about what we might do’.
She advised Sky News: ‘It’s additionally a policy which is widespread.
‘If you look at the YouGov polls for people who want to Remain, that’s the popular policy. Indeed even amongst Labour Remain voters, it’s extra widespread than the Labour policy.’
She added: ‘Our place is that we wish to stay within the EU, and some folks will assume that that is an excessive place, however I believe it is in regards to the form of future that we wish to see for our nation.
‘It’s doing it via an election, so it is solely within the circumstances the place we win a majority which might be a democratic occasion, which I believe many individuals would recognise can be an electoral earthquake and subsequently would have democratic legitimacy.’
Ms Swinson stated she was ‘looking forward’ to her celebration making ‘real progress’ on December 12 and gaining ‘more MPs’ within the General Election.
She stated: ‘We nonetheless have the chance to stop Boris Johnson getting a majority to power via his laborious Brexit take care of the true prospect that we may very well be out of the EU with no deal in any respect in simply over a 12 months.
‘So, the next few days will be absolutely crucial as people make up their minds in marginal seats across the country.’
But she acknowledged: ‘Clearly, things have changed since the beginning of the campaign … what we’ve seen within the intervening weeks is a comfortable stitch-up between Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson.’
Asked if she was asking for a caretaker PM position within the occasion of a hung parliament, Ms Swinson stated: ‘I’m very open minded.’
She added: ‘We will be absolutely working to stop Brexit, doing so in a co-operative way with others who share our values and share that goal.’
Talking in regards to the high-profile defections from different events, she added: ‘I’ve already secured extra MPs.’
On her private scores, she stated: ‘I’m taking a really clear place on Brexit, I need to stay within the EU and I do recognise that some folks aren’t going to like that.’
Asked if among the criticism she confronted was sexist, she advised Sky News’ Sophy Ridge: ‘You and I both exist within public life where we recognise that there are double standards that apply. I knew that when I took on the job, I want things to change.’
Referring to her nieces, she added: ‘I want the world that they inherit to be one that is less sexist.’