Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg could lose his Sheffield Hallam seat in Parliament at next year's general election - according to a leaked opinion poll.
It suggests the Deputy Prime Minister may be on his way out following his party's disastrous European Election campaign which saw it lose all but one of its 11 MEPs.
But Mr Clegg says it has not crossed his mind to resign:
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has promised to unveil his party's manifesto for the general election in Doncaster this autumn.
In a speech to the media this morning he said he would outline specific policies at the party conference in Labour leader Ed Miliband's constituency. Last night UKIP topped the European poll in Doncaster.
Nigel Farage has announced that Rotherham and Grimsby will be among UKIP's key target seats for 2015 after topping the European election poll last night in Yorkshire and the Humber.
The party unveiled their new MEPs at a press conference in London, where the UKIP leader said he would announce their manifesto in Ed Miliband's Doncaster seat in September. While UKIP now have 24 MEPs, they are yet to gain a seat in Westminster.
The ousted Liberal Democrat MEP Edward McMillan-Scott has promised to continue the debate on the future of Britain in Europe, despite being voted out of the parliament.
Mr McMillan-Scott represented Yorkshire and the Humber in Brussels for thirty years but lost his seat last night.
The Green party are disappointed today( Monday May 26, 2014) after just missing out on getting a seat in Yorkshire and the Humber. They beat the Liberal Democrats to take fourth place, but it wasn't enough to get them an MEP.
Their candidate Shan Oakes blamed lack of media coverage, which they say hampered their ability to get across their message.
UKIP are celebrating this morning (Monday May 26, 2014) after almost trebling the number of MEPs they have in our region. Last night they picked up three seats in the European elections in Yorkshire and the Humber and two in the East Midlands. The Lib Dems and BNP were completely wiped out.
Jane Collins MEP UKIP Yorkshire & Humber and Edward McMillan-Scott Lib Dems have been given their reaction to the results to ITV's political correspondent Paul Brand.
Downbeat Liberal Democrat Bill Newton Dunn, the UK's longest serving MEP, said he was 'very disappointed' after the party lost its seat in the East Midlands.
But despite criticism of the Lib Dem leadership, he defended Nick Clegg's approach to the election:
The fantasies that Ukip put about are completely misleading. Nick had the courage to say 'Let's take on Farage and tell the truth' and I give him full credit for that. He did the right thing.
Ukip and the Conservatives each took two of the five seats in the East Midlands, with Labour securing one.
Ukip candidates Roger Helmer and Margot Parker were elected along with Tories Emma McClarkin and Andrew Iain Lewer and Labour's Glenis Willmott.
I'm feeling fairly euphoric, I think it's fair to say. We'd hoped to win, we'd planned to win but we hadn't anticipated that we might win by such a margin.
Amjad Bashir, one of three Ukip MEPs in the Yorkshire and the Humber region, said his party was 'overjoyed' with the result:
It shows the hard work that we've put in. We've not been afraid to go out to the public, be asked difficult questions and answer those difficult questions.
We've also listened and other parties have failed to do that.
The businessman from Leeds also said his election showed his party is not a racist organisation:
Here I am, of Asian birth, of Asian parentage, Muslim, and I have been selected by this so-called racist party. It disproves that completely.
The party, in selecting me, I was voted in, it was a democratic process where the whole party nationally voted for me. I got the second highest number of votes and, therefore, I was selected for the area.
Ukip topped the poll in the Yorkshire and the Humber region with more than 400,000 votes.
Rotherham, where the party did well in Thursday's council election, was one of the earliest to see the party come in first. It was followed by others including Wakefield, York, Selby and North East Lincolnshire.