Nigel Farage's Brexit Party is able to claim the most British seats in the EU Parliament after last week's elections to the European Parliament, according to the early numerous CNBC reports.
Farage, former head of the UK Independence Party and greater support for efforts to leave the EU before and after 2016's Brexit referendum, formed the new party in April.
Initial results show the party with 31.7 percent of the vote, compared to 18.7 percent for the liberal democrats, 14.1 percent for the Labor Party and 8.7 percent for the conservative party. The party is expected to have 29 seats.
Farage frustrated U.K. has not passed an agreement to leave the European Union by the end of March a key point in the party's campaign. Prime Minister Theresa May announced Friday, that she would step down after failing to get an agreement through the UK Parliament on three occasions.
Fans of Brexit had hoped that Britain would have been outside the EU before the parliamentary elections were held and that they would not have been necessary.
The success of the Brexit Party is likely to affect the debate over who will lead the Conservative Party after corn departure and will question whether the Conservatives are ready to lose support for a party to the right in future elections in the UK.
Farage said that if both Labor and Conservative Parties do not change their behavior, his party will win a choice in Britain.
"The work and Conser vative parties could learn a great lesson this evening, but I do not assume they actually want," Farage said when the election came in. "I must say if we do not leave it 31 October, so that the scores you have seen for the Brexit Party today will be repeated in an election election and we get ready for it. "
The voters' voter turnout increased significantly in the EU from the 2014 elections and climbed from 43 percent to between 49 and 51 percent.