The allegations have cut across the political divide in the United Kingdom, drawing the ire of Labour peer and former Lord Chancellor, Lord Falconer, who wrote a letter to the Metropolitan Police, demanding an investigation into the allegations, pointing specifically to the "bribery" section of the Representation of the People Act 1983.
Mr Farage has claimed he had repeatedly been provided a seat within the Home of Lords in an try to influence him to "go quietly".
Police said Saturday they were investigating "two allegations of electoral fraud and malpractice".
"Both allegations are now being assessed", it said in a statement, noting its special enquiry team is responsible for investigating such cases.
He stated that when that failed, individuals working "deep inside Quantity 10" had tried to bypass him, going on to senior Brexit Occasion figures and suggesting eight of them may very well be made friends if they might persuade him to withdraw extra of his candidates. "Both allegations are now being assessed", the force said.
"I am offering a pact with the people: if you vote Conservative you can be 100% sure a majority Conservative government will unblock Parliament and get Brexit done". Without a shadow of a doubt'.
"These are exceptionally serious allegations which the DPP must, in accordance with his statutory duty, fully investigate as a matter of urgency".
"The severity of these claims has implications not just for the integrity of the General Election but also for the public's trust in our democracy".
In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, Johnson said all Conservative election candidates had pledged to vote for his Brexit deal in parliament.
And the Liberal Democrat president Sal Brinton has written to Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly calling on him to launch an immediate independent internal enquiry into "what dialogue, if any, Conservative Party officials have had with Brexit Party candidates and officials".
Commenting on the Prime Minister ruling out an extension to the transition period, Dame Carolyn said: "One of the things I think is really important to understand is that if you are in business, living through the last three years, these rolling cliff-edges of climbing up a mountain with stockpiling and then climbing down again, could not be more damaging".
Asked on Marr "could we leave without a deal?", Mr Raab said: "I think it's, no, it's not what we're, I don't think it's remotely likely".
In one of the most high-profile cases, former Tory MP Ann Widdecombe, who is now a senior Brexit Party candidate, claimed that she was offered a senior negotiating role in the next phase of the Brexit talks if she agreed not to challenge any Tory seats.
"If Boris Johnson's prepared to lie to the Queen, lie to the country, you know, I'm going to stop being shocked at where his lack of boundaries lies".