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2009

Results of the European Parliamentary Election 2009

The UK is divided into twelve electoral regions with between three and ten MEPs each. European parliamentary elections are held every five years when a number of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are elected for each regional constituency. You can find out about your MEPs by visiting the UK Office for the European Parliament.

Election date: 4 June 2009
Local result date: 7 June 2009 

  • Electorate: N/A
  • Ballot papers issued: N/A
  • Rejected ballots: 388
  • Turnout: 30.4%
Southwark polling results

Name of party or individual candidate

Number of votes

British National Party

2174

Christian Party "Proclaiming Christ`s Lordship"

2047

Conservative Party

7951

English Democrats Party

564

Jury Team

140

Liberal Democrats

12348

No2EU: Yes To Democracy

526

Pro Democracy: Libertas.eu

255

Socialist Labour Party

480

The Green Party

7606

The Labour Party

14958

The Socialist Party of Great Britain

138

United Kingdom Independence Party

3645

Yes 2 Europe

109

Gene Alcantara

57

Steven Cheung

221

Jan Jananayagam

163

Sohale Rahman

43

Haroon Saad

42

Who can vote

You can vote in the European election if you are:

  • registered on the electoral roll
  • over 18 years of age or turning 18 by election day
  • a British citizen, an Irish or Commonwealth citizen or a European Union citizen
  • European citizens
  • European Union citizens who wish to vote in the European parliamentary elections in the UK and not their home country must complete a European parliament voter registration form.

If you prefer to vote in your home country you do not need to complete a European parliament voter registration form.

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