The Nigel Farage victory tour continued Wednesday, when Prime Minister Theresa May signed a letter to officially trigger Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon and begin the process of formally exiting the European Union.
The letter informing the European Council of Britain's intention to leave the European Union has been handed over to EC president Donald Tusk in Brussels. "You helped with this hugely".
It's a shame our nation has had to be destroyed to achieve it, but Nigel Farage has finally announced he's leaving the UK.
Speaking to 3News anchor Colette Fitzpatrick Mr Farage said: "It's good news, it's good news for us and many other countries like yours who will start to ask the question..."
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"At 12.30 today, we passed the point of no return".
Farage has vowed to leave the United Kingdom and live overseas if the country's Brexit - the break with Brussels - is a "disaster".
The former Ukip leader was quizzed on Monday by an angry Remain-voting caller on his weekly LBC radio show. I see hardly anyone apologising.
If Brexit turns out to be a disaster, Nigel Farage will "go and live overseas, I'll go and live somewhere else". I will go and live somewhere else... it isn't going to be a disaster.