List of members of the European Parliament for the United Kingdom, 2019–24

The 9th European Parliament was elected across the European Union in the late days of May 2019 for the 2019–2024 session. In the United Kingdom the election took place on 23 May. It is not known for how long British MEPs will sit because of the uncertainties over Brexit.[1][2]

Members of the
European Parliament

for the United Kingdom
Delegation (1973)
1st term (1979)
2nd term (1984)
3rd term (1989)
4th term (1994)
5th term (1999)
6th term (2004)
7th term (2009)
8th term (2014)
9th term (2019)
Women

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Current members

NameConstituencyNational partyEuropean Parliament group
Scott AinslieLondon     Green Party (England and Wales)[3]     Greens–EFA
Christian AllardScotland     Scottish National Party[3]     Greens–EFA
Martina AndersonNorthern Ireland     Sinn Féin[3]     EUL-NGL
Catherine BearderSouth East England     Liberal Democrats[4]     Renew Europe
Phil BennionWest Midlands     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Jane BrophyNorth West England     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
David BullNorth West England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Jonathan BullockEast Midlands     Brexit Party[5]     NI
Judith BuntingSouth East England     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Ellie ChownsWest Midlands     Green Party (England and Wales)[3]     Greens–EFA
Richard CorbettYorkshire and the Humber     Labour Party[6]     S&D
Seb DanceLondon     Labour Party[7]     S&D
Martin DaubneyWest Midlands     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Chris DaviesNorth West England     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Dinesh DhamijaLondon     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Diane DoddsNorthern Ireland     Democratic Unionist Party[3]     NI
Gina DowdingNorth West England     Green Party (England and Wales)[3]     Greens–EFA
Jill EvansWales     Plaid Cymru[8]     Greens–EFA
Nigel FarageSouth East England     Brexit Party[9]     NI
Lance FormanLondon     Independent[10]     NI
Claire FoxNorth West England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Barbara GibsonEast of England     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Nathan GillWales     Brexit Party[11]     NI
Neena GillWest Midlands     Labour Party[12]     S&D
James GlancySouth West England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Theresa GriffinNorth West England     Labour Party[13]     S&D
Benyamin HabibLondon     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Daniel HannanSouth East England     Conservative Party[14]     ECR
Lucy HarrisYorkshire and the Humber     Independent[15]     NI
Michael HeaverEast of England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Antony HookSouth East England     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Martin HorwoodSouth West England     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
John HowarthSouth East England     Labour Party[3]     S&D
Jackie JonesWales     Labour Party[3]     S&D
Christina JordanSouth West England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Andrew KerrWest Midlands     Independent[16]     NI
Jude Kirton-DarlingNorth East England     Labour Party[17]     S&D
Naomi LongNorthern Ireland     Alliance Party of Northern Ireland[3]     Renew Europe
John LongworthYorkshire and the Humber     Independent[3]     NI
Rupert LoweWest Midlands     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Belinda De Camborne LucySouth East England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Magid MagidYorkshire and the Humber     Green Party (England and Wales)[3]     Greens–EFA
Anthea McIntyreWest Midlands     Conservative Party[18]     ECR
Aileen McLeodScotland     Scottish National Party[3]     Greens–EFA
Nosheena MobarikScotland     Conservative Party[3]     ECR
Shaffaq MohammedYorkshire and the Humber     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Brian MonteithNorth East England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Claude MoraesLondon     Labour Party[19]     S&D
June MummeryEast of England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Lucy NethsinghaEast of England     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Bill Newton DunnEast Midlands     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Henrik Overgaard-NielsenNorth West England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Rory PalmerEast Midlands     Labour Party[20]     S&D
Matthew PattenEast Midlands     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Alexandra PhillipsSouth East England     Green Party (England and Wales)[3]     Greens–EFA
Alexandra PhillipsSouth East England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Luisa PorrittLondon     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Jake PughYorkshire and the Humber     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Annunziata Rees-MoggEast Midlands     Independent[21]     NI
Sheila RitchieScotland     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Catherine RowettEast of England     Green Party (England and Wales)[3]     Greens–EFA
Robert RowlandSouth East England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Molly Scott CatoSouth West England     Green Party (England and Wales)[22]     Greens–EFA
Alyn SmithScotland     Scottish National Party[23]     Greens–EFA
Louis Stedman-BryceScotland     Independent[24]     NI
John TennantNorth East England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Richard TiceEast of England     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Geoffrey Van OrdenEast of England     Conservative Party[25]     ECR
Caroline VoadenSouth West England     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Irina Von WieseLondon     Liberal Democrats[3]     Renew Europe
Julie WardNorth West England     Labour Party[3]     S&D
James WellsWales     Brexit Party[3]     NI
Ann WiddecombeSouth West England     Brexit Party[3]     NI

References

  1. "Article 50 extension". Institute for Government. 12 December 2018. Retrieved 27 May 2019. If the UK and the EU ratify the Withdrawal Agreement before the new European Parliament sits for the first time on 2 July, then the 73 new UK MEPs would not take up their seats
  2. Sparrow, Andrew (15 May 2019). "UK will face either no-deal or no Brexit if MPs vote down withdrawal agreement, ministers insist – as it happened". The Guardian. Retrieved 30 May 2019. [Stephen] Barclay ([Brexit Secretary]) says British MEPs elected next week will take their seats. This means the government has given up hope of trying to pass the Brexit legislation before 2 July, when the new European parliament meets for the first time.
  3. "The UK's European elections 2019". BBC News. 27 May 2019. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  4. "Catherine BEARDER". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  5. "Jonathan BULLOCK". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  6. "Richard CORBETT". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  7. "Seb DANCE". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  8. "Jill EVANS". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  9. "Nigel FARAGE". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  10. "Three MEPs quit Brexit party to back Conservatives". The Guardian. 5 December 2019. Retrieved 5 December 2019.
  11. "Nathan GILL". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  12. "Neena GILL CBE". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  13. "Theresa GRIFFIN". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  14. "Daniel HANNAN". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  15. "Three MEPs quit Brexit party to back Conservatives". The Guardian. 5 December 2019. Retrieved 5 December 2019.
  16. "Brexit Party kicked out MEP for 'unacceptable' behaviour, says Nigel Farage". Sky News. 30 September 2019. Retrieved 4 October 2019.
  17. "Jude KIRTON-DARLING". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  18. "Anthea McINTYRE". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  19. "Claude MORAES". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  20. "Rory PALMER". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  21. "Three MEPs quit Brexit party to back Conservatives". The Guardian. 5 December 2019. Retrieved 5 December 2019.
  22. "Molly SCOTT CATO". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  23. "Alyn SMITH". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  24. https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/louis-stedman-bryce-quits-brexit-party-over-homophobia-1-6383078. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  25. "Geoffrey VAN ORDEN". europarl.europa.eu. European Parliament. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
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