1. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, interim leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP):
"The poll after the referendum (on Brexit) of UKIP supporters showed 86 percent of UKIP supporters thought this country now, post-Brexit, had a great future. And. We. Do. (++applause++). I am stepping back a little bit from the frontline of politics (++laughter++). I bumped into a chap last week in the street, (who) I've been at school with. He says 'Hello, Nige'. And I've said: 'How are you, mate?' And he said: 'What are you up to lately?' (++laughter++) So I am having a very quiet time of it right now, you might have seen Andy (Wigmore, the media consultant), Aaron (millionaire Arron Banks, who helped fund the Leave.EU campaign) and I had a sort of boys weekend in New York last week (++laughter++) where not very much happened (++laughter++). There are some things that happened that I'm not going to talk about. But meeting the Donald (US President-elect Donald Trump), how about that, that wasn't bad was it, that wasn't bad. There's one problem we've got. In America, the revolution is total, not only have the people spoken on one but the old administration - Obama and all those ghastly people - are out, and the Trump people are in and they're now in control. The problem we have in this country is that whilst the people have spoken the same players have just been shuffled around the chessboard and we're still being run by the career professional political class. And I'm not sure what's going to happen over the course of the next couple of years but I suspect that another big, seismic shock in British politics, perhaps (is) going to come at the next election. I suspect the Conservative party is not fit with the legacy of Brexit, and I suspect there is going to be a genuine realignment of British politics over the course of the next three to four years. This is unfinished business. The people have spoken but the establishment don't want to listen, so there are great battles to be fought. And I am going to go on fighting those battles and I know many of you are going to go on fighting those battles. And I want to thank the people who have helped me, personally, can you believe it I've been doing this for 25 years? (++applause and laughter++)"
2. Farage holding tray of Ferrero Rocher chocolates, people singing (English) "For he's a jolly good fellow", Farage going down the stairs, pan to people who are singing, pan back to Farage giving out chocolates
UK Independence Party (UKIP) interim leader Nigel Farage on Wednesday predicted a political earthquake in Britain if the government of Prime Minister Theresa May fails to leave the European Union (EU) before the 2020 general election.
The pro-Brexit leader, who is closely allied with US President-elect Donald Trump, said there will be a "seismic shock" if Brexit is delayed.
He complained at a party at London's Ritz hotel that Britain is lagging behind the United States in changing its political leadership.
America has had a total revolution, he said, while Britain has kept the same elite in power.
Following Trump's suggestion that he should be ambassador to Washington, Mr Farage was presented with a tray of Ferrero Rocher chocolates of the kind handed round at the ambassador's reception in the famous TV advert.