Farage urges Brexiteers to prepare for second referendum
Nigel Farage has urged Leave campaigners to prepare for a second referendum as Britain's Brexit deadlock continues.
The former Ukip leader, and MEP, spoke at a packed Leave Means Leave rally in London, alongside former Conservative leader Iain Duncan-Smith, MP Esther McVey and Hotelier Rocco Forte.
Mr Farage said he believed "it is now quite possible that we will see an extension of Article 50".
"When I've talked in the past about being worried that they may force us into a second referendum.
"I don't want it anymore than you do but I am saying to you we have to face reality in the face.
"Don't think the other side aren't organised, don't think the other side aren't prepared, don't think they haven't raised the money, don't think they haven't got the teams in place, they have."
The audience at the Leave Means Leave rally were fired up and heckling throughout the nights speeches.