European elections: Labour edges into second
26 May 2014 Last updated at 12:45 BST
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".