- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey
The leader of the newly formed Brexit Party, Nigel Farage, has been in Clacton, Essex to kick off his party's campaign for the European elections.
A number of people turned out to support Mr Farage in the seaside town, which is a known Brexit stronghold.
Mr Farage previously visited Clacton to support Ukip's first MP Douglas Carswell who defected from the Conservative Party in 2014. His decision forced a by-election which he won as a Ukip candidate.
Mr Carswell quit Ukip in 2017 and didn't stand in the following general election.
The Brexit Party leader claims Clacton's the most Eurosceptic town in the country.
His visit comes as former Tory Shadow Home Secretary Ann Widdecombe announced she is coming back into politics to stand in the European elections for the Brexit Party.
Last week Ukip launched its campaign for the European elections saying it is the 'authentic party of Brexit'.
The main parties will all be fielding candidates in the European Elections which may be held on Thursday 23rd May if the UK hasn't left the European Union by then.