At the moment the Parliament has 751 seats, which is the maximum number allowed by the EU treaties. The next election will be between 23 to 26 May 2019. Watch this space for more information.
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European Elections in the United Kingdom
The Electoral Commission has published guidance for the European Parliamentary elections scheduled to take place on 23 May 2019. The elections will take place in other EU Member States between Thursday 23 and Sunday 26 May 2019.
Notice of election: UK 12 regions
UK candidates - European Parliament elections
Find out about candidates in your area by using the Democracy Club's "Who Can I Vote For" tool.
List of candidates by electoral region
Please see below published party manifestos currently available.
The Voting System
European Elections in the rest of the EU
Citizens from across the EU living in the UK have a choice: you can vote in the European Elections in the UK or in your country of origin. But you cannot vote in European Parliament elections in more than one country.
If you want to vote in your country of origin from the UK, here you have all the information:
If you are EU27 and you want to vote in the UK, here you have the information: