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Who stood for election in 2014?

Lists of candidates in each of the UK European electoral regions. Ballot papers listed all the parties standing in the region. Voters select one party. Each UK region elects several MEPs using proportional representation.

EP voting
In England, Scotland and Wales the voting system for the European elections is the d'Hondt system of proportional representation - regional closed list. In Northern Ireland the system is Single Transferable Vote.
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If you have any problems accessing the websites please refer to the pdf versions.  To access parties' manifestos or policies please scroll down for links to their websites.

EasternEast MidlandsLondonNorth EastNorth WestSouth EastSouth WestWest MidlandsYorkshire & HumberNorthern IrelandScotlandWales

Political party websites

4 Freedoms Party (UK EPP)Alliance PartyAn Independence from EuropeAnimal Welfare PartyAspire To BetterBNPBritain FirstChristian People's AllianceCommunities United PartyConservative PartyDUPEnglish DemocratsEuropeans PartyGreen PartyGreen Party Northern IrelandGreen Party WalesLabour PartyLiberal DemocratsLiberty Great BritainNational Health Action PartyNational Liberal PartyNorthern Ireland ConservativesNO2EUThe Peace PartyPirate Party UKPlaid CymruScottish Green PartySDLPSinn FéinSNPSocialist Party of Great BritainSocialist Labour PartySocialist Equality PartyTraditional Unionist VoiceUKIPUlster Unionist PartyWe Demand a Referendum NowYorkshire FirstYOURvoice

Other parties standing for election:

Harmony Party
Roman Party.AVE


Standing as a Candidate

To qualify as a candidate for election to the European Parliament, a person must have attained the age of at least 18 years and be a British citizen, a qualifying Commonwealth citizen, or a citizen of any other member state of the European Union who is resident in the UK.

Further information, together with an election timeline to assist Returning Officers and electoral administrators in Great Britain with planning for these elections, is published by the Electoral Commission at:

Electoral Commission - European Parliamentary Elections