This 30 May 2019 video says about itself:
Vox became the first far-right party to win more than a single seat in Spain’s parliament since the Franco era when it won 24 in the general election. Last week, it fought its first mayoral campaign in El Ejido, a town in Andalucía with a population of 90,000 people, 30% of whom are migrants. Many of them work in the 150 square miles of greenhouses that surround the town. We follow the campaign and talk to Spaniards and migrants.
The recent European elections were a disaster for the British Conservative party of, basically already ex-, Prime Minister Theresa May. They have only four members of the European parliament (MEPs) left. Still, these MPs are members of the international European Conservatives and Reformists caucus in the parliament.
From the euobserver site, 19 June 2019:
Spain’s far-right Vox joins ECR group
The three MEPs elected on the list of Spanish far-right party Vox joined the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR), the … group announced on Wednesday. It said ECR now consisted of 62 MEPs from 15 EU countries, down from 70 in the previous five-year parliamentary period. The ECR, previously the third-largest group, looks set to be the sixth-largest group, falling behind [the Christian democrats, the social democrats,] the liberals, greens, and the … ID group.
The ID group is the caucus of French neo-fascist leader Marine Le Pen.
Apparently, the British Conservatives are happy to be in the same caucus as the admirers of Spanish dictator Franco of Vox. That is not totally surprising. As the British Tories used to be in a caucus with the Latvian Waffen SS of Adolf Hitler.
Not all European right-wingers are happy with the Vox neo-fascists. The Belgian Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie (N-VA; right-wingers, but not as far-right as that other party in Flanders, Vlaams Belang), according to Belgian daily De Standaard today, did not want Vox to join the European Conservatives and Reformists caucus. The feelings of dislike are very mutual. ‘We would love N-VA not to be there’, a Vox spokesman said.
Vox are not the only extreme rightists now becoming the political friends of the British Conservatives. Also in the ECR are now three MEPs of the Dutch FvD party. FvD leader Thierry Baudet is inspired by French anti-Semite and ex-MEP Jean-Marie Le Pen, and by United States racist Jared Taylor. The Dutch Christian Union did not want to be in the same caucus as the FvD. The Christian Union is one of the four parties in the Dutch right-wing coalition government. Though right-wing (anti-abortion, anti-equal marriage for LGBTQ people), Thierry Baudet’s blatant xenophobia goes too far for them. So, they left the ECR caucus.