European elections: Labour edges into second
Nigel Farage has said his "dream has become a reality" and UKIP is now the "third force" in British politics after it topped the European polls.
With Scotland and Northern Ireland left to declare, UKIP has 27.5% of the vote.
Labour, on 25%, is narrowly beating the Tories into second place.
Party leader Ed Miliband said there was "deep discontent" in the UK and it must show it could "answer the call for change".
26 May 2014
- From the section UK Politics