Scotland

MEPs

  • CON Ian Duncan
  • LAB David Martin
  • LAB Catherine Stihler
  • SNP Ian Hudghton
  • SNP Alyn Smith
  • UKIP David Coburn

Parties shown in alphabetical order

Results

Party Votes % MEPs change +/-
Scottish National Party Votes 389,503 Votes Percentage 28.99 (-0.07) MEPs 2 MEPs +/- 0
Labour Votes 348,219 Votes Percentage 25.92 (+5.11) MEPs 2 MEPs +/- 0
Conservative Votes 231,330 Votes Percentage 17.22 (0.40) MEPs 1 MEPs +/- 0
UK Independence Party Votes 140,534 Votes Percentage 10.46 (+5.23) MEPs 1 MEPs +/- +1
Green Votes 108,305 Votes Percentage 8.06 (0.78) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
Liberal Democrat Votes 95,319 Votes Percentage 7.09 (-4.41) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- -1
Britain First Votes 13,639 Votes Percentage 1.02 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
British National Party Votes 10,216 Votes Percentage 0.76 (-1.70) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
NO2EU Votes 6,418 Votes Percentage 0.48 (-0.40) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0

Latest updates Scotland (European Parliament constituency)

06.08.2018

17:45

More Scottish homes offered superfast broadband access

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Thousands more properties than originally planned have been given access to superfast broadband through the latest Digital Scotland roll-out.

The 25,000 properties include homes and businesses in Tomintoul in Moray.

The latest work by Digital Scotland, a led by Highlands and Islands Enterprise, should also see some coverage in seven new exchange areas.

These are Kilchenzie and Kilninver in Argyll and Bute and Glendale, Torridon and Waternish in the Highlands.

12.07.2018

13:08

How we're welcoming Donald Trump to the UK

Drew and Evie explain how they feel about the US president visiting the UK this week, with protests planned across the country.

16.04.2018

17:54

'My autism doesn't define who I am'

Chloe explains how her experiences of autism shape her daily life, but do not define her.
11:05

'I was locked in a cupboard at school'

Jacob was overwhelmed by school and his behaviour led to him being "secluded" in a locked cupboard.

08.03.2018

22:08

Scottish women on International Women's Day

Eight women from the world of sport, business, politics and the arts on why International Women's Day matters.

27.02.2018

08:10

Sturgeon 'likely' to reject EU Withdrawal Bill

Nicola Sturgeon rejects offer in Brexit devolution row.

05.02.2018

15:30

Jail 'calmer and safer' after e-cig trial

E-cigarettes were introduced after a 2008 ban led to inmates smoking banana skins and tea bags.

04.02.2018

00:35

'Crazy Chris' brings magic to a declining island

A fire-breathing entertainer hopes he can work his magic to boost a small island battling depopulation.

31.01.2018

10:58

What's it like to be a Viking in 2018?

Up Helly Aa is an annual festival in Lerwick, Shetland, which celebrates the islands' Viking heritage.

26.01.2018

16:22

IoM scraps new scallop fishing rule

The Scottish government says the decision to lift new Manx scallop fishing rules is a "relief".
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