Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said he felt "awkward" on a recent journey in central London when he heard only foreign languages spoken by passengers on a train.
When he was asked about immigration at a press conference during Ukip's spring conference in Torquay.
He said: "I got the train the other night, it was rush hour, from Charing Cross, it was the stopper going out. We stopped at London Bridge, New Cross, Hither Green.
"It wasn't until after we got past Grove Park that I could actually hear English being audibly spoken in the carriage.
"Does that make me feel slightly awkward? Yes.
"I wonder what's really going on. And I'm sure that's a view that will be reflected by three quarters of the population, perhaps even more."
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