The leader of a fast-growing political party has visited Scarborough as part of a pre-election whistle-stop tour of the country.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage met fisherman in West Pier, as his campaign bus spent the morning in the town.
The visit is part of a big push by the party to make inroads into local government ahead of the region-wide vote on May 2.
The party is fielding an unprecedented number of candidates in North Yorkshire, and there will only be two borough wards that won’t have a UKIP candidate contesting them.
See below for an interview with Mr Farage.