Aaron Hudson had been due to stand in Stourbridge before Nigel Farage announced his party would not contest seats won by the Tories in 2017.
Nigel Farage has said his Brexit Party will not contest Tory-held seats in the upcoming general election.
The Brexit Party leader said it would not stand general election candidates in the 317 seats won by the Conservatives in 2017.
The “anti-elite” 28 Brexiteers declared outside annual earnings of between £1.7 million and £3.9 million per year
An election expert described the loss of voters to the Brexit Party as 'Boris Johnson's nightmare scenario'.
Boris Johnson is heading for a defeat in the House of Commons over Brexit after his last-ditch attempt to persuade Tory rebels not to block no-deal failed.
In a speech at a Confronting Extremism Together event, Home Secretary Sajid Javid praised Nigel Farage for ignoring 'thugs and racists' like Ukip.
Nigel Farage and other Brexit Party MEPs turned their backs at the opening session in Strasbourg while the 'Anthem of Europe' was played at the parliament's first session.
David Bull MEP said it takes him eight hours to get from his home to the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
The Brexit Party leader is spoofed in the comedy series Year of the Rabbit, starring Matt Berry and Keeley Hawes.
A poll conducted by ComRes for the Daily Telegraph showed a party led by the former foreign secretary would be on 37%, with Labour on 22%, the LibDems on 20% and the Brexit party on 14%
Nigel Farage's Brexit Party inflicted bruising losses on the Conservative and Labour parties in the European elections.