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Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage and Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg were pictured awkwardly sitting next to each other at a pro-Brexit rally in London on Friday night, before breaking into grins and giggles.
At the Leave Means Leave rally, Farage revealed that he expects there to be a second Brexit referendum within months.
Rees-Mogg - Speeches - London - UKIP - Leader
Both he and Rees-Mogg gave impassioned speeches in central London, with the former UKIP leader urging Brexit campaigners to 'get ready for every situation'.
There was a sizable crowd in attendance at the rally, with many of them holding up signs with pro-Brexit slogans.
Leave - Means - Leave - Rally - Farage
Speaking at the Leave Means Leave rally, Farage said: 'My message folks tonight is as much as I don't want a second referendum it would be wrong of us on a Leave Means Leave platform not to get ready, not to be prepared for a worst case scenario.
'If I'm wrong, we've lost nothing. We've not got to move into a different gear. We've got to start forming branches and active groups all over this country.
Re-engage - Millions - People - Lives
'We've got to re-engage with those millions of people who never voted in their lives before. We've got to connect with them.
'And if all our efforts come to nothing because we leave at 11pm on March 29, then so much the better.
'But - Situation
'But can I urge you, can I implore you to get ready for every situation.
'I think they will...
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