11:00pm Sunday 25th May 2014
By Matt Abbott
UKIP has triumphed in Brentwood's EU vote, taking 37.5 per cent of the share.
The Conservative party came second in Thursday's ballot, earning 32.8 per cent of the vote.
Labour came third, the Liberal Democrats fourth and the Green Party fifth.
Ukip also came out on top in the Eastern region as a whole, taking 35 per cent of the vote.
The Conservatives took 28 per cent, Labour 17 per cent and the Green Party eight per cent.
This means that the Eastern region - which includes Brentwood - will be represented in the European Parliament by three Ukip members three Conservative members and one Labour member.
Full breakdown of the vote in Brentwood:
An Independence from Europe-UK Independence Now 369
British National Party - Fighting Unsustainable Housing Because We Care 194
Christian Peoples Alliance 191
Conservative party - For real change in Europe 7,469
English Democrats - I'm English, NOT British, NOT European! 295
Green Party 1,439
Labour Party 2,349
Liberal Democrats 1,883
NO2EU-Yes to Workers' Rights 37
UK Independence Party (UKIP) 8,521
Number of votes: 22,747, turn out: 39 per cent
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