The failed North Devon UKIP Parliamentary candidate has become the Party's new leader.
Steve Crowther has stepped in after Paul Nuttall, who led the party through the general election has stepped down.
UKIP did not have a single candidate elected on 8 June, but the Party's new leader says it still has an important role to play in upcoming Brexit negotiations.
Steve says he will meet with the party on Monday to get it in shape to elect a new, more permanent leader.
At home, this was the result in Steve Crowther's constituency:
NORTH DEVON - CON HOLD - turnout 73.5%
- Stephen Crowther, UKIP - 1,187
- Mark Cann, Labour - 7,063
- Sir Nick Harvey, Liberal Democrat - 21,185
- Peter Heaton-Jones, Conservative - 25,517 (Majority: 4,332, +3% swing)