UKIP stormed to victory in the European elections last night. But will Nigel Farage stand for Parliament in the south east?
The sun was out and there was music playing in Oxford today when the annual Pride parade made its way through the city's streets.
It's the fastest growing party here in the UK and today dozens of people gathered for the UKIP REgional Conference in the South East.
Nigel Farage, talking about Ukip's success as the other new MEPs look on.
SouthEast result confirmed: 4 UKIP 3 Con 1 Lab 1 Green 1 Lab http://t.co/HUkpCtSPh4
UKIP south east highlights - wins in Eastleigh Portsmouth Southampton and big big wins in Kent http://t.co/HUkpCtSPh4
Big win for UKIP in Eastleigh @itvmeridian
Likely South East result: UKIP 4 Con 3 Green 1 Lab 1 LD 1 NOT CONFIRMED @itvmeridian
Six MEPs elected in the South West are Julie Girling and Ashley Fox (Conservative); William Dartmouth and Julia Reid (Ukip); Claire Moody (Labour); and Molly Scott Cato (Green).
Nigel Farage says he will fight a general election seat - Thanet or Folkestone, perhaps?
Ukip had 31.6% of the votes in the South West. Conservatives had 29.1%; Labour 13.9%; Greens 11.5%; Lib Dems 10.7%
Based on votes coming in, Ukip are expected to take three out of the six South West seats.
The turnout for the European Elections in the Eastleigh Borough area was 38.49%. The overall turnout for the South East region was 36.49%