Scotland politics

Vote 2014: European election candidates for Scotland

Elections for the European Parliament will be held on 22 May 2014. Voters will choose 73 MEPs in 12 multi-member regional constituencies. Each region has a different number of MEPs based on its population.

Map: Scotland

MEPs are elected by proportional representation, in order as listed by their party. The number of MEPs each party gets is calculated using a formula called d'Hondt, except in Northern Ireland, where the Single Transferable Vote (STV) system is used.

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Scotland - 6 MEPs
Party Candidate/s Party list order
Britain First James DowsonJohn Arthur RandallJayda FransenGeoffrey ClynchMargaret ClynchJane Shepherd 123456
British National Party Kenneth McDonaldDavid OrrVictoria McKenzieAngus MatthysPaul StaffordStacey Fleming 123456
Conservative Ian DuncanBelinda DonNosheena MobarikJamie GardinerIain McGillStuart McIntyre 123456
Green Party Maggie ChapmanChas BoothGrace MurrayAlastair WhitelawAnne ThomasSteen Parish 123456
Labour Party David MartinCatherine StihlerDerek MunnKatrina MurrayAsim KhanKirsty O'Brien 123456
Liberal Democrats George LyonChristine JardineRichard BrodieJade HoldenSiobhan MathersEuan Davidson 123456
NO2EU John FosterAndrew ElliottMurdo MacleanGail MorrowBrian SmithRichard Veitch 123456
Scottish National Party Ian HudghtonAlyn SmithTasmina Ahmed-SheikhStephen GethinsToni GiuglianoChris Stephens 123456
UKIP David CoburnKevin NewtonOtto InglisDenise BaykalHugh HatrickMalcolm Mackay 123456

Scotland - 6 MEPs

Candidates shown in party list order

Britain First

James Dowson

John Arthur Randall

Jayda Fransen

Geoffrey Clynch

Margaret Clynch

Jane Shepherd

British National Party

Kenneth McDonald

David Orr

Victoria McKenzie

Angus Matthys

Paul Stafford

Stacey Fleming

Conservative

Ian Duncan

Belinda Don

Nosheena Mobarik

Jamie Gardiner

Iain McGill

Stuart McIntyre

Green Party

Maggie Chapman

Chas Booth

Grace Murray

Alastair Whitelaw

Anne Thomas

Steen Parish

Labour Party

David Martin

Catherine Stihler

Derek Munn

Katrina Murray

Asim Khan

Kirsty O'Brien

Liberal Democrats

George Lyon

Christine Jardine

Richard Brodie

Jade Holden

Siobhan Mathers

Euan Davidson

NO2EU

John Foster

Andrew Elliott

Murdo Maclean

Gail Morrow

Brian Smith

Richard Veitch

Scottish National Party

Ian Hudghton

Alyn Smith

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh

Stephen Gethins

Toni Giugliano

Chris Stephens

UKIP

David Coburn

Kevin Newton

Otto Inglis

Denise Baykal

Hugh Hatrick

Malcolm Mackay