The table below says that West Midlands elected 7 MEPs. However in June 2009, only 6 were elected. Why then does it say 7? Because at the time of the election the UK was entitled to 72 MEPs, but when the Lisbon Treaty came into effect on 1 December 2009, allocation of MEPs changed and Britain was allocated 73.
So the electoral commission dusted off the formula they used to decide how many MEPs each region got, and found that if Britain had had an extra MEP, the extra seat would have gone to the West Midlands, giving it 7. It further decided that under the d'Hondt system used to allocate seats to parties, the extra seat would have gone to the Conservatives.
The Conservatives already had 2 MEPs, so the extra seat went to the third candidate on their list, Anthea McIntyre.
Looking at other parties, UKIP had 2 MEPs elected in 2009, Mike Nattrass and Nikki Sinclaire. However they only have one in this region now, because Sinclaire left UKIP in January 2010, and in September 2012 set up her own We Demand a Referendum party, who are calling for a referendum on Britain's membership of the EU.