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It's not as if I've been caught in a paedophile gang or anything.
Arron has never been Ukip's major donor, but since I got back from holiday, I have got a commitment from a consortium of Ukip's donors that Ukip is financially secure going forward.
I haven't lost a close, personal friend. I've lost someone who I know. It's not as if I have lied about weapons of mass destruction. It's not as if I have taken us into an illegal war. It's not as if I've been caught in a paedophile ring. We have had it in writing now from Douglas Carswell that he lobbied for Nigel Farage to get a knighthood. He has put it in writing, let's see what happens. It'll go to the national executive from here.
No [I won't answer] because as a family we had all lost people who we knew.
I made my views known in my leadership bid and the huge mandate the membership gave me as a result ensures that I call the shots. We now have it in writing, from Douglas, that he did speak to the right people and he did lobby for Nigel to get a knighthood.
I've read this week in many news outlets that Ukip is in crisis. Well, I'm an old hand … I've read Ukip's obituary over 100 occasions. We're a bit like a boomerang. You can throw us away and we always come back. This is not a party in crisis, this is a party that is on the move and looking to the future. Now is not the time for panic or knee-jerk reactions and now is certainly not the time for navel-gazing or in-fighting. All we have to do is hold our nerve, and the future is bright, the future is purple. My policies and perspective has always been radical.
UKIP's time will come ... there's a lot more to come from us, we're not going anywhere, I'm not going anywhere.
I want to make this perfectly clear. I was there on that day, I've got witnesses, people who will stand up in court and back me 100 percent.
There's an anti-establishment feel which is growing right across the Western world and I want UKIP to be that vehicle here in the UK.
My ambition is to not only get myself into the House of Commons but to get as many UKIP backsides on the green leather as possible.
The country needs a strong UKIP more now than ever before because if UKIP cease to be an electoral force then there will be no impetus on Theresa May and her government to give us real Brexit.