Nigel Farage has said he will 'die a happy man' if Britain chooses to leave the European Union.
In a rallying cry, the Ukip leader said the June 23 vote offered the British people the chance of an 'independence day'.
Campaigning today in Llandudo in north-west Wales, Mr Farage told the audience it was 'the single most important political decision' they would make in their lifetime.
It comes as fellow Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson ruled out a second vote, saying 'out is out'.
The Mayor of London had initially suggested that only by voting to leave would the UK 'get the change we need', but has now performed a U-turn on that.
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