The Brexit party 

Nigel Farage’s new Brexit party looks on course to be the biggest group in the elections with estimates of 26 seats and eclipse his old UKIP party. He has already announced some high profile names on top of his own – Anne Widdecombe (former Tory Home Minister) Richard Tice, John Longworth and Annunziata Rees-Mogg (sister of  ERG chairman Jacob Rees-Mogg). The lists also include left-wing activist Claire Fox, former Royal Marine James Glancy and charity CEO Matthew Patten.



UKIP have  announced the top two candidates in each region, with only three of their current MEPs looking to return. The party risks being wiped out by Nigel Farage’s new Brexit party and could end up with just 1 or 2 seats. Their one high profile recruit is YouTube star and anti-feminist Sargon of Akkad.

East Midlands

Cllr Alan Graves

Marietta King



Stuart Agnew MEP

Paul Oakley



Gerard Batten MEP

Richard Braine


North East

Richard Elvin

Chris Gallacher



North West

Adam Richardson

Jeffrey Armstrong


Northern Ireland

Robert Hill



Donald MacKay

Janice MacKay


South East

Piers Wauchope

Liz Phillips


South West

Lawrence Webb

Carl Benjamin



Kris Hicks

Keith Edwards


West Midlands

Ernie Warrender

Paul Williams


Yorkshire and the Humber

Mike Hookem MEP

Gary Shores