This is an abridged transcript of Nigel Farage's Brexit interview with Andrew Neil
Reducing the level of immigration has been central to your pitch to voters, can you tell the British public at what level broadly you’d expect net migration to fall if we left the EU?
Up to us. The point about this referendum, too much of this is sounding like a manifesto, a Remain manifesto, a Leave manifesto. The real point about this referendum is who makes the decisions, do we have the ability to control the numbers that come to Britain or not, that’s the first and most important point to make. What do I think would be the right number? Well do you know, from the late 1940s all through the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s we had net migration coming into Britain at 30 or 40,000 people a year.