List of members of the European Parliament for the United Kingdom, 2009–14

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This is a list of Members of the European Parliament for the United Kingdom in the 2009 to 2014 session, ordered by name.

See European Parliament election, 2009 (United Kingdom) for further information on these elections in the UK, and European Parliament election, 2009 for discussion on likely changes to the Parliamentary Groups.

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)

Current members[edit]

This table can be sorted by constituency, party or party group: click the symbol at the top of the appropriate column.

Name Constituency National Party EP Group
Stuart Agnew East of England      UKIP      EFD
Martina Anderson Northern Ireland      Sinn Féin      EUL-NGL
Marta Andreasen South East England      Conservative[1]      ECR
Richard Ashworth South East England      Conservative      ECR
Robert Atkins North West England      Conservative      ECR
Gerard Batten London      UKIP      EFD
Catherine Bearder South East England      LibDem      ALDE
Phil Bennion[2] West Midlands      LibDem      ALDE
Godfrey Bloom Yorkshire and the Humber      Independent[3]      NI
Sharon Bowles South East England      LibDem      ALDE
Philip Bradbourn West Midlands      Conservative      ECR
Andrew Brons Yorkshire and the Humber      BDP      NI
John Bufton Wales      UKIP      EFD
Martin Callanan North East England      Conservative      ECR
David Campbell Bannerman East of England      Conservative[4]      ECR
Michael Cashman West Midlands      Labour      PASD
Giles Chichester South West England      Conservative      ECR
Derek Clark East Midlands      UKIP      EFD
Trevor Colman South West England      UKIP      NI
William, Earl of Dartmouth South West England      UKIP      EFD
Chris Davies North West England      LibDem      ALDE
Nirj Deva South East England      Conservative      ECR
Diane Dodds Northern Ireland      DUP      NI
Andrew Duff East of England      LibDem      ALDE
James Elles South East England      Conservative      ECR
Jill Evans Wales      Plaid Cymru      Greens–EFA
Nigel Farage South East England      UKIP      EFD
Vicky Ford East of England      Conservative      ECR
Jacqueline Foster North West England      Conservative      ECR
Ashley Fox South West England      Conservative      ECR
Julie Girling South West England      Conservative      ECR
Nick Griffin North West England      BNP      NI
Fiona Hall North East England      LibDem      ALDE
Daniel Hannan South East England      Conservative      ECR
Malcolm Harbour West Midlands      Conservative      ECR
Roger Helmer East Midlands      UKIP[5]      EFD
Mary Honeyball London      Labour      PASD
Richard Howitt East of England      Labour      PASD
Ian Hudghton Scotland      SNP      Greens–EFA
Stephen Hughes North East England      Labour      PASD
Syed Kamall London      Conservative      ECR
Saj Karim North West England      Conservative      ECR
Timothy Kirkhope Yorkshire and the Humber      Conservative      ECR
Jean Lambert London      Greens (E&W)      Greens–EFA
Sarah Ludford London      LibDem      ALDE
George Lyon Scotland      LibDem      ALDE
David Martin Scotland      Labour      PASD
Linda McAvan Yorkshire and the Humber      Labour      PASD
Arlene McCarthy North West England      Labour      PASD
Emma McClarkin East Midlands      Conservative      ECR
Edward McMillan-Scott Yorkshire and the Humber      LibDem      ALDE
Anthea McIntyre[6] West Midlands      Conservative      ECR
Claude Moraes London      Labour      PASD
Mike Nattrass West Midlands      UKIP      EFD
Bill Newton Dunn East Midlands      LibDem      ALDE
Jim Nicholson Northern Ireland      UCUNF      ECR
Paul Nuttall North West England      UKIP      EFD
Brian Simpson North West England      Labour      PASD
Nikki Sinclaire West Midlands      We Demand a Referendum[7]      NI
Peter Skinner South East England      Labour      PASD
Alyn Smith Scotland      SNP      Greens–EFA
Struan Stevenson Scotland      Conservative      ECR
Catherine Stihler Scotland      Labour      PASD
Robert Sturdy East of England      Conservative      ECR
Kay Swinburne Wales      Conservative      ECR
Charles Tannock London      Conservative      ECR
Keith Taylor[8] South East England      Greens (E&W)      Greens–EFA
Rebecca Taylor[9] Yorkshire and the Humber      LibDem      ALDE
Geoffrey Van Orden East of England      Conservative      ECR
Derek Vaughan Wales      Labour      PASD
Graham Watson South West England      LibDem      ALDE
Glenis Willmott East Midlands      Labour      PASD
Marina Yannakoudakis London      Conservative      ECR

Former members[edit]

Name Region Party Date Reason for departure
Caroline Lucas South East England      Greens (E&W) 17 May 2010 Resigned on election to the House of Commons
Diana Wallis Yorkshire and the Humber      LibDem 31 January 2012 Retired
Liz Lynne West Midlands      LibDem 3 February 2012 Retired
Bairbre de Brún Northern Ireland      Sinn Féin 3 May 2012 Retired

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Marta Andreasen was elected for the UK Independence Party but joined the Conservative Party in February 2013.
  2. ^ Liz Lynne retired on 3 February 2012 and was replaced by Phil Bennion on 6 February 2012.
  3. ^ Godfrey Bloom was elected for UKIP, but left the party in October 2013.Official website
  4. ^ David Campbell Bannerman was elected for the UK Independence Party but joined the Conservative Party on 24 May 2011.
  5. ^ Roger Helmer was elected as a Conservative but joined the UK Independence Party on 3 March 2012.
  6. ^ Anthea McIntyre became a Member on 1 December 2011 under the provisions of the Treaty of Lisbon.
  7. ^ Nikki Sinclaire was elected for the UK Independence Party but left the party on 18 January 2010.
  8. ^ Caroline Lucas resigned on 17 May 2010 and was replaced by Keith Taylor on 2 June 2010.
  9. ^ Diana Wallis resigned on 31 January 2012 and was replaced by Rebecca Taylor on 8 March 2012.