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>> Britain's UK Independence Party could be on its last legs. After helping to bring the world, Brexit, it shed support at the ballot box and now finds itself fighting for relevance.>> I'm Reuters' Jacob Greaves in Westminster where post-Brexit UKIP aren't really a force. In winning that referendum, they lost their most championed cause and their charismatic leader.
>> Najwa Faraj remains the party's only recognisable force certainly outside the UK. And even he's got very little time for the people at UKIPs now, especially his executive committee.>> If you look at that referendum campaign. I was nominally UKIP but really I just did my own thing.
I was despairing of this group of people who thought that. I mean, I suppose they all think they're sorta episode of the West Wing or something and it's all terribly exciting for them. But you can't run it like that. Independency Day.>>
>> Farage's 2016 Brexit high now seems like a distant memory.
In the 20 months since then, UKIPs had five leaders, and one of them was a returning Farage will be a temporarily. Currently, it's Henry Bolton, but even his future hangs in the balance after his former model girlfriend made racist remarks about soon-to-be-royal Meghan Markle. And Party Members will vote this week on whether to give him the boot.
So what's left of Nigel's dream for UKIP?>> At very best, we're gonna get Brexit in name only. But what worst, they're gonna make us fight the whole thing again. So I think, the need for UKIP or something like UKIP is gonna be there again, over the course of the next few months.
But, for UKIP to be that vehicle, it needs to undergo fundamental reform and change.>> Even if UKIP's lastest leader does live to fight another day, it seems a man who embodied the party for so long thinks its days could be numbered. With BREXIT far from put to bed, it's his political shadow that's proving hard for UKIP to escape.
>> If this doesn't happen in a satisfactory way, I would have no option. Having put over half my adult life into this, but to go back in some way. How about manifest itself, I don't know. But I do know that for UKIP right now, it's reform or die.