Labour and UKIP come out on top in north west Euro elections

UKIP were the main winners in the 2014 Euro elections.

UKIP were the main winners in the 2014 Euro elections.

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British National Party leader Nick Griffin lost his seat as both Labour and UKIP secured three MEPs in the north west region.

Labour topped the poll with 594,063 votes, ahead of second-placed UKIP on 481,932.

The Conservative party, which secured most votes in 2009, was beaten into third place and ended with two seats.

 

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