East Midlands

Turnout 32.6%

MEPs

  • CON Andrew Lewer
  • CON Emma McClarkin
  • LAB Glenis Willmott
  • UKIP Roger Helmer
  • UKIP Margot Parker

Parties shown in alphabetical order

Results

Party Votes % MEPs change +/-
UK Independence Party Votes 368,734 Votes Percentage 32.90 (+16.45) MEPs 2 MEPs +/- +1
Conservative Votes 291,270 Votes Percentage 25.99 (-4.16) MEPs 2 MEPs +/- 0
Labour Votes 279,363 Votes Percentage 24.93 (+8.08) MEPs 1 MEPs +/- 0
Green Votes 67,066 Votes Percentage 5.98 (-0.85) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
Liberal Democrat Votes 60,773 Votes Percentage 5.42 (-6.91) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- -1
An Independence From Europe Votes 21,384 Votes Percentage 1.91 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
British National Party Votes 18,326 Votes Percentage 1.64 (-7.02) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
English Democrats Votes 11,612 Votes Percentage 1.04 (-1.28) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
Harmony Party Votes 2,194 Votes Percentage 0.20 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0

Latest updates East Midlands (European Parliament constituency)

09.03.2017

16:47

Plan for £392m 'Midlands Engine' revealed

The Black Country, Derby city centre, Sherwood Forest and Warwick Arts Centre to receive investment.

22.09.2016

12:13

Life satisfaction levels improve

General satisfaction with life in England has improved according to official figures, but people are becoming more anxious and trust the government less

08.12.2015

13:23

Household spend rises to £531 a week

Regional differences in household spending across England on everything from rent to tobacco are revealed in official statistics.

06.03.2015

17:27

Councils voice migrant concerns

As new figures reveal the extent of EU migration to the East Midlands, council leaders voice fresh concerns.

26.05.2014

08:26

UKIP celebrates East Midlands wins

UKIP has secured a third of the East Midlands vote in the European election, winning two of the region's five MEPs.
08:24

UKIP tops Euro poll in East Midlands

UKIP comes top in the European elections in the East Midlands region with 368,734 votes, ahead of the Tories on 291,270 votes.
00:14

What's the damage?

Nick Hudson, BBC
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Scrum down for the results board in East Midlands.

25.05.2014

23:27

Another Lib Dem loss

Esther Webber
Political reporter, BBC News
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A third loss confirmed for the Lib Dems in regions where we have full results, with Bill Newton Dunn being ousted from his East Midlands seat. He was a Conservative MEP from 1979 to 1994 and later defected to the Lib Dems, citing unhappiness at the Conservatives' "negativity" towards the UK's role in the EU.

23:26

Helmer victory

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UKIP's Roger Helmer thanked Conservative Emma McClarkin and Labour's Glenis Willmott for a "civilised and courteous campaign" in the East Midlands.

23:23
Tim Iredale
Political editor, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire
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tweets: Lincoln-based Lib Dem MEP Bill Newton-Dunn loses seat in East Midlands #EP2014 #vote2014

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