The Brexit Party is the winner in the UK's European elections. The pro-EU Lib Dems are standing at the second position.
Major suffering of loss was by Conservatives and Labour. The conservatives are expecting to get lesser than 10% of the vote.
Nigel Farage the leader of Brexit Party mentioned that this would be a learning for the two parties. Largely, out of 64 MEPs acknowledged so far, Mr. Farage's party has secured 28, the Lib Dems have fifteen, Labour secures ten, Greens have 7, the Tories secures three and Plaid Cymru secures one.
All of the 28 EU member states are picking MEPs to be a part of the European Parliament. Which is the law making body of the EU. Due to the growth in support for liberals and other nationalists, the centre-right and left blocs did not perform.
UK was likely to leave the EU by the 29 March. However, the missing of deadline led to importance in participation in elections. The Brexit party was topping the polls across regions with domination in Wales region.
Results are yet to come from Scotland but victory of SNP is likely. Counting in Ireland is still on hold and results to come by Tuesday.
The party supporting referendum, took 40% of the vote in comparison to 35% for the other two parties. These are planning to leave the EU without a deal.
The Brexit Party is receiving the most amount of votes that is overall 32%. The Conservative Party is widely rejecting by the election commission. At the second place is Lib Dems and Labour Party is at the third place. Another party which is showing gains is the green party.