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Meet our new MEPs

Meet our new MEPs

Published by Grace Mcgachy
11:21pm 26th May 2019.

The votes have been counted and the East of England now has seven new MEPs.

The turnout at the polls in West Norfolk was 33.93% 

The new MEPs will represent us until we leave the EU. 

 East of England MEPs and their parties: 

  •  Richard Tice (Brexit Party)
  •  Barbara Gibson (Lib Dems)
  •  Michael Heaver (Brexit Party
  •  Catherine Rowett (Green Party)
  •  June Mummery (Brexit Party)
  •   Lucy Nethsingha (Lib Dems)
  • Geoffrey Van Orden (Conservative and Unionist Party) 
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There were 1,603,017 votes cast in the East.


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