I, for my own part as you will know, have stood down as leader of UKIP in the United Kingdom. I won't be leaving the party into the next sets of national domestic elections. I've done that because I came into politics from business, I'm not a career politician. I think I've done my bit with getting a Brexit vote in that referendum.
But I will see my time out here, we will oversee, once Article 50 has been triggered, the negotiation price has to see how it's proceeding. And I do find myself now freer and I will be working with parties and political movements across the rest of Europe who will looking to get their independence.