English Democrats E.U. List update.

Third, (March), Update of English Democrat Party E.U. Election Candidates!

As the European Union elections begin to creep over the horizon England Watch will be presenting updates of the who and where EDP candidates are standing.

We will also be on the look-out for any other English nationalist candidates, but with a near-guaranteed loss of £5,000 per region we are not expecting any.

These are the candidates that had been announced by 1st March 2014. It is understood that not all have been ratified as yet. A full(er) list is expected after the EDP meeting on 15th March.

East of England
There are 7 seats available; in the 2009 election the EDP stood 7 candidates.
1/ Robin Tilbrook.

East Midlands.
There are 5 seats available; in the 2009 election the EDP stood 5 candidates.
1/ Kevin Sills.

London.
There are 8 seats available; in the 2009 election the EDP stood 8 candidates.
1/ Jenny Knight.

North East England.
There are 3 seats available, in the 2009 election the EDP stood 3 candidates.
1/ Kevin Riddiough.

North West England.
There are 8 seats available; in the 2009 election the EDP stood 8 candidates.
1/ Stephen Morris.
2/ Paul Rimmer.

South East England.
There are 10 seats available; in the 2009 election the EDP stood 10 candidates.
1/ Steve Uncles.
2/ Julia Gasper.
3/ Amanda Hopwood.
4/ Steve Clegg.
5/ Simone Clarke.
6/ Milly Uncles.
7/ Mike Russell.
8/ Mike Tibby.
9/ Robert Sulley.
10/ David Knight.

South West England.
There are 6 seats available; in the 2009 election the EDP stood 6 candidates.
1/ Alan England
2/ Mike Blundell
3/Clive Lavelle
4/ John Walker-Scott
5/Stephen Wright
6/ Ray Carr.

West Midlands.
There are 8 seats available, in the 2009 election the EDP stood 7 candidates*.
1/ Derek Hilling.

Yorkshire and the Humber.
There are 6 seats available; in the 2009 election the EDP stood 6 candidates.
1/ Christopher Beverley.

As we draw closer to the close of nominations in April 2014 more candidates will be added but some existing ones may be removed.

* In the 2009 elections there were only 7 seats in the West Midlands Region, an 8th was added in 2011.

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