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>> UKIP leader Nigel Farage started the evening by conceding defeat. Well, a lot seems to have changed since then. I'm Reuter's reporter Jacob Greaves. And UKIP where now he's declaring a victory.>>
]>> Dare to dream. Dare to dream. We know the final result's not in, but dare to dream.
The majority is coming up on an independent United Kingdom. I've fought for this for a quarter of a century. It now appears to be well within our grasp.>> If you describe the atmosphere in this room in one word, it would be buoyant. Brexit is camped out here at vote leave party think they have it.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage think they have it. And on top of that increasingly more and more media organizations seem to be calling this for the leave camp. There's no cause just yet to be popping the champagne corks though. There are many, many more votes to count. And at the moment, the magic number's around 16.7 million.
That's what people think either side would need to win this e-referendum. But there's increasing momentum here and around the UK that seems to be, it could be vote leave's day.