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UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage (2L) sits with fellow UKIP candidates Janice Atkinson (L), Diane James (2R) and Ray Finch (R) as the South East England region results of the European Parliament elections are declared by the returning officer at Southampton Guildhall in Southampton, southern England, on May 25, 2014. Results rolled in for the European Parliament elections with all eyes on potential gains by Europe's increasingly popular anti-EU parties. Farage, leader of the eurosceptic UKIP on May 25 said his party was on course to cause a political 'earthquake' as it took the lead in the European parliament election in Britain. UKIP took four seats in the South East region with Farage re-elected as an MEP. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT (Photo credit should read OPTIONAL,TTL,CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)

UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage (2L) sits with fellow UKIP candidates Janice Atkinson (L), Diane James (2R) and Ray Finch (R) as the South East England region results of the European Parliament elections are declared by the returning officer at Southampton Guildhall in Southampton, southern England, on May 25, 2014. Results rolled in for the European Parliament elections with all eyes on potential gains by Europe's increasingly popular anti-EU parties. Farage, leader of the eurosceptic UKIP on May 25 said his party was on course to cause a political 'earthquake' as it took the lead in the European parliament election in Britain. UKIP took four seats in the South East region with Farage re-elected as an MEP. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT        (Photo credit should read OPTIONAL,TTL,CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)