1. Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) Nigel Farage walking up to lectern
2. SOUNDBITE (English): Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP)
"When Theresa May (British Home Secretary) says that it is difficult to control immigration as a member of the European Union (EU), she's wrong. It isn't difficult. It's impossible. And the reason is all too clear. This is a British passport. And what are the first two words on it? European Union. Since the Treaty of Maastricht, we have been citizens of the European Union. And this passport is available to 508 million people."
3. SOUNDBITE (English): Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP)
"The common asylum policy that my friend Mr. Juncker (Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission) was putting into place this time last year went miles away from any traditional definition of what a refugee is. A refugee is an individual or group of individuals who fear persecution because of their race, orientation, beliefs or religion. But the European Union has expanded that or extended that and effectively, what Angela Merkel (German Chancellor) did in July of last year, which I think must rank as one of the worst decisions by a Western leader since 1945, to say we can take people in unlimited numbers has led, I'm afraid in those countries, to very grave consequences. You know when the boss of Europol says there are up to 5-thousand jihadis who have come into Europe in the last 18 months posing as migrants through the Greek islands, I believe him. When Sir Richard Dearlove, the former boss of MI6 (British intelligence agency) says that we are far less safe not controlling our borders, I believe him."
4. SOUNDBITE (English): Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP)
"For too long in the minds of many people the European question has been over here and the immigration and borders question has been over here. Increasingly, people are beginning to see them as one and the same. We have to, in this campaign, make people understand that EU membership and uncontrolled immigration are synonymous with each other. We have to make people understand that what this referendum is about is taking back control of our lives, our laws and our borders. We have to make people understand this may be the last opportunity we ever get to become a normal country once again. Over 180 countries control their borders and decide who is suitable to come and live and work and settle there. We have surrendered that to Brussels. We have surrendered that to a new concept of EU citizenship."