United Kingdom

Results of the 23 May 2019 European elections

Political partiesEuropean affiliationNumber of votesPercentage of votesNumber of seatsTrend compared with 2014
Brexit PartyEFDD30.74%29
Liberal Democrat PartyRenew Europe19.75%16
Labour PartyS&D13.72%10
Green PartyGreens/EFA11.76%7
Conservative PartyECR8.84%4
Scottish National PartyGreens/EFA3.50%3
Plaid Cymru, Party of Wales Greens/EFA0.97%1
Sinn FeinGUE/NGL0.62%1=
Democratic Unionist Party0.59%1=
Alliance Party0.5%1

List of MEPs

Rory Palmer Labour Party S&D
Claude Ajit Moraes Labour Party S&D
Sebastian Thomas Dance Labour Party S&D
Jude Kirton-Darling Labour Party S&D
Theresa Mary Griffin Labour Party S&D
Julie Carolyn Ward Labour Party S&D
John Howarth Labour Party S&D
Jacqueline Margarete Jones Labour Party S&D
Neena Gill Labour Party S&D
Richard Graham Corbett Labour Party S&D
Barbara Ann Gibson Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Lucy Kathleen Nethsingha Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
William Francis Newton Dunn Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Irina Von Wiese Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Dinesh Dhamija Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Luisa Manon Porritt Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Chris Davies Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Jane Elisabeth Brophy Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Sheila Ewan Ritchie Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Catherine Zena Bearder Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Antony James Hook Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Judith Bunting Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Caroline Jane Voaden Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Martin Charles Horwood Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Phil Bennion Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Shaffaq Mohammed Liberal Democrats Renew Europe
Naomi Rachel LongAlliance Party Renew Europe
Catherine Rowett Green Party Greens/EFA
Scott John Ainslie Green Party Greens/EFA
Gina Dowding Green Party Greens/EFA
Alexandra Phillips Green Party Greens/EFA
Molly Scott Cato Green Party Greens/EFA
Ellie Chowns Green Party Greens/EFA
Magid Magid Green Party Greens/EFA
Alyn Smith Scottish National Party Greens/EFA
Christian Allard Scottish National Party Greens/EFA
Aileen McLeod Scottish National Party Greens/EFA
Jill Evans Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales Greens/EFA
Geoffrey Charles Van Orden Conservative and Unionist Party ECR
Mobarik Nosheena Conservative and Unionist Party ECR
Daniel Hannan Conservative and Unionist Party ECR
Anthea Elizabeth Joy McIntyre Conservative and Unionist Party ECR
Martina Elizabeth Anderson Sinn Féin GUE/NGL
Nigel Paul Farage The Brexit Party
Richard James Tice The Brexit Party
Michael Eric Heaver The Brexit Party
June Alison Mummery The Brexit Party
Annunziata Mary Rees-Mogg The Brexit Party
Jonathan Deryck Bullock The Brexit Party
Matthew Richard Patten The Brexit Party
Benyamin Naeem Habib Lance Philip Anisfeld The Brexit Party
Lance FormanThe Brexit Party
Brian Monteith The Brexit Party
John David Edward Tennant The Brexit Party
Claire Regina FoxThe Brexit Party
Henrik Eyser Overgaard Nielsen The Brexit Party
David Richard Bull The Brexit Party
Louis Stedman-Bruce The Brexit Party
Alexandra Lesley Phillips The Brexit Party
Robert Andrew Rowland The Brexit Party
Belinda Claire De Camborne Lucy The Brexit Party
Ann Noreen Widdecombe The Brexit Party
James Alexander Glancy The Brexit Party
Christina Sheila Jordan The Brexit Party
Nathan Lee Gill The Brexit Party
James Freeman Wells The Brexit Party
Rupert James Graham Lowe The Brexit Party
Martin Edward Daubney The Brexit Party
Andrew Robert England Kerr The Brexit Party
Jake Pugh The Brexit Party
Lucy Elizabeth Harris The Brexit Party
John Longworth The Brexit Party
Diane Dodds Democratic Unionist Party

Lists for the elections on 23 May 2019

Name of partyAffiliation of a political party or groupLeading candidateWebsiteProgramme
Labour PartyS&Dlabour.org.ukProgramme
Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP)S&DColum Eastwoodwww.sdlp.ieProgramme
Conservative PartyECRconservatives.com
Ulster Unionist PartyECRDanny Kennedyuup.orgProgramme
Liberal Democrat PartyALDElibdems.org.ukProgramme
The Alliance Party in Northern Ireland EFDNaomi Longallianceparty.orgProgramme
Sinn FeinGUE/NGLMartina Andersonsinnfein.ieProgramme
Green PartyGreens/EFAgreenparty.org.ukProgramme
Scottish National PartyGreens/EFAAlyn Smithsnp.orgProgramme
UK Independence PartyEFDukip.orgProgramme
Brexit Party/Nigel Faragethebrexitparty.org
Change UK – The Independent Group/theindependent.groupProgramme
Plaid Cymru, Party of Wales/Jill Evanspartyof.walesProgramme
Democratic Unionist Party /Diane Doddsmydup.comProgramme
Traditional Unionist Voice/Jim Allistertuv.org.uk
English Democrats/Robin Charles Tilbrookenglishdemocrats.partyProgramme
Animal Welfare Party /Vanessa Helen Hudsonanimalwelfareparty.orgProgramme
UK European Union Party (UKEUP) /Pierre Kirktheukeu.orgProgramme
Women’s Equality Party /Catherine Mayerwomensequality.orgProgramme
Green Party Northern Ireland Verts/ALEClare Baileygreenpartyni.orgProgramme
Scottish Conservative and Unionist PartyECRNosheena Mobarikscottishconservatives.org
Scottish Green Party Verts/ALEMaggie Chapman greensscot.orgProgramme
The Socialist Party of Great Britain Mandy Bruceworldsocialism.org
The Yorkshire Party Chris Whitwoodyorkshireparty.orgProgramme


Electoral Procedures

> Election Dates : 23 May 2019
> Number of MEPs: 73
> At what age can one vote? 18 years
> At what age can one be elected? 21 years
> Who can vote? European citizens living in the United Kingdom

Electoral rules

> Voting method : Closed list
> Means for attributing seats : D’Hondt Method
> Can candidates be chosen from a list? No
> Number of constituencies: 12
> Number MEPs per constituency : East Midlands (5) ; Eastern (7) ; London (8) ; North-East (3) ; North-West (8) ; Northern Ireland (3) ; Scotland (6) ; South East (10) ; South West (6) ; Wales (4) ; West Midlands (7) ; Yorkshire and the Humber (6)


Institutions and political situation

Constitutional monarchy, democracy
Head of State : Queen Elizabeth II
Prime Minister : Boris Johnson


> Currency : Pound Sterling (GBP) (average exchange rate in February 2019 1 € =
0.87 GBP)
> GDP : € 2,390,192.3 billion (2017)
> GDP per capita (PPS) : € 32,100 (2017)
> GDP Growth : 1.3% (Q4 2018)
> Unemployment: 4% (October 2018)
> Inflation : 1.8% (January 2019)
> Public Debt : 86.3% of GDP (Q3 2018)

Geography and population

Surface Area : 244 820 km² (source : The CIA World Factbook)
– 66.2 million inhabitants (2018)

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