UKIP have won the European Election in the Eastern region taking 34.5% of the vote.
The party was allocated three MEPs - Patrick O'Flynn, Stuart Agnew and Tim Aker.
The Conservatives came second with 28.4% of the vote and were allocated three seats.
Their MEPs are Vicky Ford, Geoffrey Van Orden and David Campbell Bannerman.
Labour took 17.3% of the vote and got one MEP - Richard Howitt.
The Liberal Democrats were pushed into fifth place by the Greens but neither party had enough votes to be allocated a seat.
That means Lib Dem MEP Andrew Duff loses his seat in the European Parliament after 15 years.
The UK Independence party made great strides in the European Elections beating all other parties in our region
UKIP now has three MEP from the East in the European Parliament after winning the European Election in the region
Elections to the European Parliament are being held on 22 May and there are ten MEPs to be elected in the South East.