Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said that if the US elects Republican Donald Trump as president it will be "bigger than Brexit".
Speaking to ITV News outside the US embassy in London, Mr Farage said 2016 could be the "the year of two great political revolutions".
He added that he was not surprised by how well Mr Trump was doing because "the political class is reviled across much of the West".
Donald Trump's campaign was decidedly unflattering towards Mexicans - but there is hope over the border his words will not amount to action.
Donald Trump alluded to the good relationship enjoyed by Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in his phone call with Theresa May.
Following the election of Donald Trump in the US presidential election, can the special relationship between the UK and the US continue?