The UK Independence Party has topped the European elections poll in the East Midlands to claim two of the five regional seats up for grabs.
Roger Helmer, who defected from the Conservatives mid-term, and Margot Parker will represent the region for UKIP in Brussels and Strasbourg after the party polled 368,734 votes, a 32.9 per cent overall share.
The Conservative Party also won two seats after claiming 291,270 votes, with Emma McClarkin retaining her MEP status and being joined by former Derbyshire County Council leader Andrew Lewer.
Labour received 279,363 votes and have one seat, with Glenis Willmott re-elected.
The Liberal Democrats, with 60,773 votes, lost their seat and were pushed into fifth place behind the Green Party (67,066).
East Midlands results
An Independence from Europe: 21,384
British National Party: 18,326
Conservative Party: 291,270
English Democrats: 11,612
Green Party: 67,066
Harmony Party: 2,194
Labour Party: 279,363
Liberal Democrats 60,773
UK Independence Party (UKIP) 368,734
How High Peak voted
An Independence from Europe: 360
British National Party: 305
English Democrats: 168
Green Party: 2,710
Harmony Party: 33
Liberal Democrats: 1,446
Provisional turnout: 34.3%