1. Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage greeting crowd
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader:
"We've managed in five and a half weeks not just to frighten the establishment, oh no they're not frightened. They're absolutely terrified."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader:
"But perhaps, most important of all, what we've managed to do in those five and a half weeks since we launched in that factory in Coventry is we've managed to give millions and millions of people in this country who were frustrated, upset, angry, on the point of saying they may never engage with the democratic process again, so sick to death were they of the shenanigans in Westminster and you know what we've given them in the Brexit Party? We've given them hope, optimism and belief in this country and in the democratic process."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader:
"Well I think this is now about far more than leaving the European Union. This is now about a bigger, more fundamental question of democracy."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader:
"If we win, if we win big on Thursday we will kill off any prospect of Parliament forcing a second referendum upon us because they know they would lose. If we vote for the Brexit party and we win on Thursday, we demand, given that democratic mandate, that people out of this team, people who've got competence, people who've been in business, people who do deals for a living unlike the career politicians on our front benches and we demand that we are part of that negotiating team to make sure that we do leave the European Union on the 31st of October. We must be part of that process."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader:
"If we win well, if we win big on Thursday, there are a couple of really nice little bonuses that'll be attached. The first is we will quickly get rid of the worst, most duplicitous, and I still disagree with (UK Brexit Party member) Ann Widdecombe, she's (Theresa May) not the worst prime minister since Anthony Eden, she's (Theresa May) the worst prime minister in the history of our nation. She'll be gone. And you never know, you never know, given the way we are smashing the Labour vote in Wales, and in the Midlands, and in the North of England, you never know, a big Brexit win may get rid of (UK Labour Leader) Jeremy Corbyn as well, how about that. What a deal, what a deal, buy one, get one free, how about that."
The leader of the UK's Brexit party said on Tuesday that if they come out on top in this week's European elections, they would demand to have places on the European Union negotiating team.
Nigel Farage addressed a full crowd during a rally in London, saying that the Brexit Party "must be part of the process" to make sure Britain departs from the bloc on its October 31 deadline.
He said since the party's recent launch they had given millions and millions of frustrated people optimism and belief in Britain and the democratic process.
"I think that this is now about far more than leaving the European Union. This is now about a bigger, more fundamental question of democracy."
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday offered UK lawmakers the chance to vote on whether to hold a new referendum on the country's membership in the European Union - but only if they back her thrice-rejected Brexit agreement.
May made the offer as part of a desperate attempt to persuade Parliament to back a divorce deal that will allow the UK make an orderly, if delayed, departure from the EU.
"If we win, if we win big on Thursday we will kill off any prospect of Parliament forcing a second referendum upon us because they know they would lose," said Farage.
The former UKIP leader called May the "worst prime minister in the history of the nation," and said toppling her would be a "nice bonus" of winning in this week's elections.
He added that a big Brexit win "may get rid of (Labour leader) Jeremy Corbyn as well."
"Buy one, get one free, how about that."
Britain voted for Brexit in June 2016 and was due to leave the EU on March 29, but the bloc has extended the deadline until October 31 amid the UK's political impasse.