A full referendum on Europe would be the price of UKIP working with another party in the event of a hung parliament, Nigel Farage has said.
He told the BBC's Daily Politics show his party would work with either Labour or the Conservatives "if they were saying some sensible things".
But he said he did not want the Tories to win overall control.
He called for a hung parliament and electoral reform which would lead to a "realignment of British politics".
Mr Farage said: "The price of UKIP MPs working with anybody would be that the British people get what they so richly deserve, a full, free and fair referendum so that they can decide their future, not have it decided for them by career politicians."
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