1. Brexit party leader Nigel Farage walking onto stage
2. Pull-out of Farage on stage
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit party leader:
"When I began to realise back in November, December, that extension was almost certain to come, that there would be more European elections, I thought, I know what I'm going to do, I'm going to set up a party, I'm going to call it the Brexit Party. But given that it's the most Googled word in the English language, I wondered whether the Electoral Commission would allow me to use the name. Well they have and you are here today at the birth at the launch of a new force in British politics. Welcome to the Brexit party."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit party leader:
"All over the world, people look on with incredulity, because they still think that we're a great country and the funny thing is, that we the people still think we're a great country, but our leaders, our leaders, are happy to continue down the path of managed decline. I genuinely believe right now this nation, we are lions led by donkeys."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit party leader:
"And I think what's happened is our two-party system simply can't cope with Brexit. I think our two-party system has been exposed, frankly, as being unfit for purpose. I think we have a parliament that is now completely out of touch with our country. I think politics is broken."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit party leader:
"And not only are our leaders weak, not only have they willfully betrayed this result, but they're also pretty much incompetent. They're not actually very good at what they do. They're not very good at anything. Too many of them, too many of them, have been down the path of going straight from Oxford, to become a researcher, to become a member of parliament in their late twenties. They've got no experience of the real world. They are classic career politicians."
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit party leader:
"I did say, I did say that if I ever had to come back into the political fray, next time it would be no more 'Mr. Nice Guy."' And I mean it. I mean it. I mean it. I am, I mean, yes I'm angry about what's happened, I know a lot of people out there are angry. But this is not, as I say, a negative emotion. This is a positive emotion, we're going to use these elections to change things. I said many years ago that I wanted to cause an earthquake in British politics. Well now, what I'm fighting for, and with your support, what we will attempt to achieve, is a democratic revolution in British politics, because that is what we need."
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit party leader:
"I remember in the run up to the referendum when it was four to one against leave winning and I went into a bookmakers in London and put down a bet, oh and how everybody thought it was so terribly funny. Well I did manage to collect my winnings. And I have this morning, I have this morning, put a thousand pounds on the Brexit party to top the poll in the European election at the odds of three to one."
Nigel Farage, the politician who spearheaded Britain's campaign in leaving the European Union, has launched a new political party, the Brexit Party.
The former UKIP leader hit out at both the Conservative and Labour parties and labelled leaders as "incompetent," during his launch speech in Coventry which was held days after Britain was granted a second Brexit delay.
"Our leaders are happy to continue down the path of managed decline. I genuinely believe right now this nation, we are lions led by donkeys," Farage said.
Farage also used the event to unveil his star candidate, Annunziata Rees-Mogg, the sister of Conservative Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg ahead of May's European Union elections.
He also said that the party had raised more than 750,000 pounds ( 982,000 US dollars) since its soft launch earlier this month.
Farage's former party, UKIP, has also said it would run candidates in all parts of the UK in the European Union elections.