Euro Elections 1 – South East England

© Going Postal March 2019
Nigel Farage & Belinda de Lucy of the Brexit Party, © Going Postal March 2019

This is the first in a series of six articles. They contain a brief(ish) introduction and a list of parties and candidates standing in one or two Regions for the European Elections. The first table is a list of how many MEPs each party has in each Region. Then follow the lists for the Regions. There is also a prediction of who will be elected based on a Comres poll dated 1-7 May. Those candidates are checked with a tick. If a candidate’s name is in bold then he or she is already an MEP. Many MEPs have seen the writing on the wall and have either stood down or jumped ship.

If you look carefully you may notice some family names you recognise, this may be an attempt to get relatives onto the gravy train.

This is the state of play from the last European Elections with the total number of seats per region and how they have been allocated between the parties. It will look quite a bit different, lots of blanks in the number of Tory MEPs would please me no end as well as all blanks in Chuckup’s party slots. I have not included Northern Ireland here because the system there seems to be so much different to the rest of the UK and I can’t easily make sense of it.

Region Total Con Lab Green LibDum UKIP PC SNP
East Midlands 5 2 1 2
East of England 7 3 1 3
London 8 2 4 1 1
North East 3 2 1
North West 8 2 3 3
South East 10 3 1 1 1 4
South West 6 2 1 1 2
West Midlands 7 2 2 3
Yorkshire & Humberside 6 2 2 2
Scotland 6 1 2 1 2
Wales 4 1 1 1 1

This is the list for the South East Region. There is no way Richard Ashworth is going to be elected for Chuckup’s mob. The Comres poll was showing 8% for the CUKs, it is now down to 2% and falling. He, along with Julie Girling, were elected as Conservatives in 2014 but have since meandered about various parties looking for a place to continue their troughing.

The three Independents are not on one list, each stands as an individual candidate, good luck trying to hit that 8% or so required to win a seat.

South East Region

Brexit Party
Nigel Farage
Alexandra Phillips
Robert Rowland
Belinda de Lucy
James Bartholomew
Christopher Ellis
John Kennedy
Matthew Taylor
George Farmer
Peter Wiltshire

Change UK
Richard Ashworth
Victoria Groulef
Warren Morgan
Eleanor Fuller
Robin Bextor
Nicholas Mazzei
Suzana Carp
Phil Murphy
Heather Allen
Diane Yeo

Conservatives
Daniel Hannan
Nirj Deva
Richard Robinson
Michael Whiting
Juliette Ash
Anna Firth
Adrian Pepper
Clarence Mitchell
Neva Sadikoglu-Novaky
Caroline Newton

Greens
Alexandra Philips
Elise Benjamin
Vix Lowthion
Leslie Groves Williams
Phelim Mac Cafferty
Jan Doerfel
Larry Sanders
Isabella Moir
Oliver Sykes
Jonathan Essex

Independent
Jason McMahon
David Round
Michael Turberville

Labour
John Howarth
Cathy Shutt
Arran Neathey
Emma Christina Turnbull
Rohit Dasgupta
Amy Fowler
Duncan Shaw Thomas Enright
Lubna Arshad
Simon Burgess
Rachael Ward

Liberal Democrats
Catherine Bearder
Anthony Hook
Judith Bunting
Martin Tod
Liz Leffman
Chris Bowers
Giles Goodall
Ruvi Ziegler
Nick Perry
John Vincent

Socialist Party of GB
Mandy Bruce
Raymond Carr
David Chesham
Robert Cox
Michael Foster
Stephen Harper
Neil Kirk
Anton Pruden
Andrew Thomas-Emans
Darren Williams

UK European Union Party
Pacelli Ndikumana
Clinton Powell

Ukip
Piers Wauchope
Liz Phillips
Daryll Pitcher
Toby Brothers
Tony Gould
Clive Keith Egan
Troy De Leon
Alan Harvey Stone
Judy Moore
Pat Mountain

 

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