Euro Elections 2 – North East and North West England

Swiss Bob, Going Postal
Castleford (Pontefract) outside Yvette Cooper’s Constituency Office 20th March 2019 © Going Postal 2019

This is the second 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

These are the lists for the North East and North West Regions. Paul Nuttall (remember him) is now a Brexit MEP but does not appear in the Brexit list for this election. Steven Woolf is down as an Independent but does not appear in any list for this election either. NHRN is an Independent on his own, not on a list as shown here. He will need 8% or so to get a seat. However much you agree with him, I can’t see him pulling that off.

North East Region.

Brexit Party
Brian Monteith
John Tennant
Richard Monaghan

Change UK
Frances Weetman
Penny Hawley
Kathryn Heywood

Conservatives
Richard Lawrie
Chris Galley
Duncan Crute

Greens
Rachel Featherstone
Jonathan Elmer
Dawn Furness

Labour
Jude Kirton-Darling
Paul Brannen
Clare Penny-Evans

Liberal Democrats
Fiona Hall
Julie Porksen
Aidan King

Ukip
Richard Elvin
Chris Gallacher
Alan John Breeze

North West Region

Brexit Party
Claire Fox
Henrik Eyser Overgaard Nielsen
David Bull
Gary Harvey
Ajay Jagota
Elizabeth Oyedoyin Babade
Sally Ann Bate
John Howard Banks

Change UK
Andrea Cooper
Daniel Price
Arun Banerji
Michael Taylor
Philippa Olive
Victoria Desmond
Andrew Graystone
Elisabeth Knight

Conservatives
Sajjad Karim
Kevin Beaty
Jane Howard
Arnold Saunders
Wendy Maisey
Thomas Lord
Anthony Pickles
Attika Choudary

English Democrats
Stephen Morris
Valerie Morris

Independent
Mohammad Aslam
Tommy Robinson

Greens
Gina Dowding
Wendy Olsen
Jessica Northey
Geraldine Coggins
Rosie Mills
Astrid Johnson
Daniel Jerrome
James Booth

Labour
Theresa Griffin
Julie Ward
Wajid Iltaf Kham
Erica Lewis
David Brennan
Claire Cozler
Saf Ismail
Yvonne Tennant

Liberal Democrats
Chris Davies
Jane Brophy
Helen Foster Grime
Anna Fryer
Sam Al-Hamdani
Rebecca Forrest
John Studholme
Frederick Van Mierlo

UK European Union Party
Sophie Catherine Larroque

Ukip
Adam Richardson
Jeff Armstrong
Fiona Mills
Nate Rydings
Michael Felse
Ben Fryer
John Booker
Alan Craig

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