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.
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