ECR (19 MEPs)

Conservatives

The Conservative lists are headed by 14 of the sitting 19 MEPs and they are projected to be badly defeated in these elections, losing as many as 12 seats.

Scotland

  1. Nosheena Mobarik
  2. Iain McGill
  3. Cllr Shona Haslam
  4. Cllr Iain Whyte
  5. Andrea Gee
  6. Michael Kusznir

 

East of England

  1. Geoffrey Van Orden CBE
  2. John Flack
  3. Joe Rich
  4. Thomas McLaren
  5. Joel Charles
  6. Wassim Mughal
  7. Thomas Smith

 

East Midlands

  1. Emma McClarkin
  2. Rupert Matthews
  3. Anthony Harper
  4. Brendan Clarke-Smith
  5. Thomas Randall

 

London

  1. Syed Kamall
  2. Dr Charles Tannock
  3. Joy Morrissey
  4. Timothy Barnes
  5. Scott Pattenden
  6. Attic Rahman
  7. Kirsty Finlayson
  8. Luke Parker

 

North East

  1. Richard Lawrie
  2. Chris Galley
  3. Duncan Crute

 

North West

  1. Sajjad Karim
  2. Kevin Beaty
  3. Jane Howard
  4. Arnold Saunders
  5. Wendy Maisey
  6. Thomas Lord
  7. Anthony Pickles
  8. Attika Choudhary

 

South East

  1. Daniel Hannan
  2. Nirj Deva DL
  3. Richard Robinson
  4. Michael Whiting
  5. Juliette Ash
  6. Anna Firth
  7. Adrian Pepper
  8. Clarence Mitchell
  9. Neva Sadikoglu-Novaky
  10. Caroline Newton

 

South West

  1. Ashley Fox
  2. James Mustoe
  3. Faye Purbrick
  4. Claire Hiscott
  5. James Taghdissian
  6. Emmeline Owens

 

Wales

  1. Dan Boucher
  2. Craig Lawton
  3. Fay Jones
  4. Tomos Davies

 

West Midlands

  1. Anthea McIntyre
  2. Daniel Dalton
  3. Suzanne Webb
  4. Meirion Jenkins
  5. Alexander Phillips
  6. Mary Noone
  7. Ahmed Ejaz

 

Yorkshire and the Humber

  1. John Procter
  2. Amjad Bashir
  3. Michael Naughton
  4. Andrew Lee
  5. Matthew Freckleton
  6. Susan Pascoe

 

Northern Ireland

  1. Amandeep Singh Bhogal

 

Two Tory MEPs moved to the EPP at the end of the last parliament – Julie Girling and Richard Ashworth – having been expelled from the Conservatives due to their stance on Brexit. Ashworth is now standing for the new ChangeUK party that wants a 2nd referendum and for the UK to remain in the EU.