Saturday was the the annual UKIP spring conference in Exeter, and Mr Farage showed once again that he is the greatest orator in modern British politics.
In his televised speech, Mr Farage told activists at the Great Hall, Exeter University that British voters are increasingly turning to UKIP because they are the only party with alternative policies. Mr Farage delivering his speech at UKIP's spring conference in the Great Hall of Exeter University on Saturday
He dismissed claims that his party's success in recent by-elections was a protest vote by again pointing out that many of those who voted for UKIP in the Eastleigh by-election had not voted for 20 years, and said people felt betrayed by a political class who were more interested in their own careers than the national interest.
He also called for an "amicable" divorce from the European Union and said he wanted not just the UK but ALL Member States to leave the EU and reclaim their freedoms and democracies.
He also told delegates that UKIP will now be targeting Labour supporters in the upcoming local elections in England and Wales and said that the party had an appeal beyond disaffected Conservative voters.
He also criticised recent press regulation changes in the UK, changes which have been condemned around the world as an attack on free speech by the very country which was the first to have a free press back in the 17th Century.
The three main parties - the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats and Labour - struck a deal this week to establish a new press regulator by royal charter.
Mr Farage condemned the idea as unnecessary state interference in a free press.