Catherine Rowett, Green Party MEP, says Britain 'united in our hatred' of Brexit.
Four Brexit Party MEPs are set to resign in a move to support Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson, just a week before a snap election in the UK.
The Metropolitan Police said in a statement on Saturday that it "has received two allegations of electoral fraud and malpractice" relating to the December 12 snap election.
Banks told Reuters that he thinks Farage will also stand down candidates in Labour marginals to avoid splitting the Brexit vote.
Nigel Farage said his Brexit Party won't contest seats held by Boris Johnson's Conservatives in order to prevent a hung or pro-Remain parliament.
At times, uncomfortable.
The Brexit Party currently has no seats in the UK Parliament. Will that change come December?
UK election 2019: Where does each party stand on Brexit?
British police have arrested one man after scuffles broke out at a pro-Brexit rally outside Downing Street in London on the day the UK was meant to leave the EU.
The UK has taken a major step towards a snap general election - but will Boris Johnson's Conservatives get the majority they need to push through Brexit?
Johnson's promise came as Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage said he would once again run for parliament in any upcoming election.
Six weeks after the 2019 European Parliament elections, Nigel Farage’s party are still receiving far more interactions on their official social media pages than any other major UK political party.
Speaking to Euronews, Nigel Farage said he refused to show "respect for foreign anthems that have been forced upon us."
The leader of the Brexit Party sparked criticism at the opening of the EU Parliament, where he and his 28 fellow MEPs turned their backs as the EU's unofficial anthem — Beethoven's Ode to Joy — was played.
I am a non-tribal Remainer, so I drew considerable consolation from the great leap forward made by the unashamedly pro-EU Liberal Democrats, who went from their one MEP, Catherine Bearder in SE England, to 16 MEPs and a fifth of the vote.
The opposition Labour party narrowly retained its Peterborough seat in eastern England, denying the Brexit party its first seat in the UK parliament.
Nigel Farage's Brexit Party was the largest single winner of the EU elections, gaining 31.7% of the vote and 29 seats in Britain's European election
In the midst of Brexit and growing political uncertainty, Britons went to polling stations across the UK to vote in European parliamentary elections