Ukip have won three seats in the Yorkshire and the Humber region. Labour have won two and the Conservatives have secured one.
Ukip has topped the poll in the East Midlands and won two seats. The Conservatives have also won two seats. Labour has one MEP for the region.
The Liberal Democrats lost their seat in the region.
UKIP top the poll in with Roger Helmer and Margot Parker re-elected.
The Conservatives came second, narrowly beating Labour. Emma McClarkin is re-elected, and she is joined by Andrew Lewer.
The final MEP is Labour's Glenis Willmott.
The Liberal Democrat's Bill Newton-Dunn loses his seat.
Just waiting for the East Riding votes now and then we'll have full results for Yorkshire and Humber region. But UKIP looking like winners.
The 2014 European Election results are expected to be announced shortly.
These were the regional results in 2009:
The Green Party says it is becoming increasingly confident about winning a European seat in Yorkshire and the Humber region.
Counting has almost finished in Leeds, where ITV Political Correspondent Paul Brand says early indications show that UKIP and the Labour Party are in the lead, with the Greens, Tories and Lib Dems battling for third.
Results from 21 local authorities across the Yorkshire and the Humber region will be sent to Leeds and will be added together to produce a final result.
Counting of European Election ballots for the Yorkshire and the Humber region has begun at Leeds Town Hall.
Results are expected after ten o'clock this evening.
Votes for the European elections are being counted this evening in Yorkshire and the East Midlands. Polling was on Thursday, but the results will not be declared until after ten o clock when the rest of Europe has finished voting.
After a strong showing in the local elections, this is the poll that UKIP really want to top, with a good chance the party could win the most seats. Professor Matthew Flinders from the University of Sheffield says David Cameron is now under pressure.