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"Well Mr Casa, I do not know who has been briefing you on UKIP’s electoral history. You perhaps have not got a very good memory, but in 2014, with 28% of the vote, UKIP won the European elections, topping the poll across the United Kingdom: the first time since 1906 that a party that was not Labour or the Conservatives had won a national election. So I hope that brings you up to speed. As for the referendum, I believe it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I am certain that, if we vote to remain, we are unlikely ever to get another opportunity, and we will sink deeper inside this political union. But I think there is every chance now that the momentum is on our side of the argument. So yes, we are going to vote to leave and, within a short period of time, all the British MEPs will be gone. How about that?"@en1
"(Applause and cheers from UKIP)"1
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