THE BREXIT Party took a huge majority in the European Elections in the West Midlands.

The party - headed by Nigel Farage - got 507,152 votes - more than twice as many as its closest rival Labour, which got 228,298 votes.

The region elected seven MEPs - with the Brexit Party winning three out of the seven seats.

The Liberal Democrats came a close third with 219,982 votes.

The full West Midlands results (where turnout was 33.1 per cent) are:

Brexit 507,152

Labour 228,298

Lib Dems 219,982

Green 143,520

Conservative 135,279

UKIP 66,934

Change UK 45,673

The candidates elected are: Rupert Lowe - Brexit; Martin Daubney - Brexit; Neena Gill - Labour; Phil Bennion - Lib Dems; Andrew Kerr - Brexit; Eleanor Chowns - Green; Anthea McIntyre - Conservative

They will represent the West Midlands region, which includes Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire and Shropshire as well as Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Walsall, Sandwell and Solihull.