European Parliament election, 2004 (United Kingdom)


European Parliament election, 2004 (United Kingdom)

By constituency

See pages for individual .

Party Leaders in June 2004

*Conservative - Michael Howard
*Labour - Tony Blair
*Liberal Democrat - Charles Kennedy
*UK Independence Party - Roger Knapman
*Green Party Principal Speakers - Caroline Lucas and Mike Woodin
*Scottish National Party - John Swinney
*Plaid Cymru - Dafydd Iwan and Ieuan Wyn Jones
*British National Party - Nick Griffin
*Democratic Unionist Party - Ian Paisley
*Social Democratic and Labour Party - Mark Durkan
*Ulster Unionist Party - David Trimble
*Sinn Féin - Gerry Adams

ee also

*Members of the European Parliament for the United Kingdom 2004-2009 (alphabetic order, can be sorted by constituency, party or party group)

References

External links

ource

* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/uk_politics/2004/vote_2004/ BBC News: Vote 2004]

Other guides

* [http://www.eurela.org European Election News by European Election Law Association (Eurela)]
* [http://www.europarl.org.uk/guide/Gelectionsmain.html Guide and results at the UK Office of the European Parliament]
* [http://www.psr.keele.ac.uk/area/uk/loc04/europe04.htm Guide and links Richard Kimber's at Political Science Resources]

Manifestos and documents

* [http://politics.guardian.co.uk/elections2004/page/0,14549,1214350,00.html Guardian (newspaper): incomplete collection of manifestos]
* [http://www.conservatives.com/getfile.cfm?file=EuroManifesto2004&ref=GENUPLOAD/2523&type=pdf Conservative manifesto] (ED)
* [http://www.eurogreens.org/cms/default/dok/7/7635.a_common_manifesto_for_a_common_european.htm European Greens manifesto] ; [http://greens-efa.org/pdf/documents/GreenAchievements_EN.pdf Successes of the Greens in the European Parliament] ; [http://greens-efa.org/pdf/documents/GreenContract_EN.pdf A Green Contract for Europe] ; [http://www.greenparty.org.uk/files/manifesto/EuroManifesto2004.pdf European Election Manifesto: Green Party of England and Wales] [http://www.greens-in.org/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=32 Manifesto: Northern Ireland] (EGP)
* [http://www.labour.org.uk/britainisworking/uploads/media/Europeanelectiondocument.pdf Labour document] (PES)
* [http://www.libdems.org.uk/documents/policies/Manifestos/2004EuroManifesto-small.pdf Liberal Democrat manifesto] (ELDR)
* [http://www.independenceuk.org.uk/index.php?menu=manifesto&page=manifestotop UK Independence Party manifesto] (EDD)

Northern Ireland only:
* [http://www.dup.org.uk/pdf/DUPManifesto.pdf Democratic Unionist Party manifesto] (NI - "non-attached")
* Sinn Féin
* [http://www.sdlp.ie/preuropemanifesto2004.shtm Social Democratic and Labour Party manifesto] (PES)
* [http://seaderry.co.uk/pdfs/SEA.pdf Socialist Environmental Alliance manifesto]
* [http://www.uup.org/archive/Media%20centre/documents/pdfs/uup_manifesto.pdf Ulster Unionist Party manifesto] [http://www.uup.org/archive/Media%20centre/documents/pdfs/uup_euro_manifesto.pdf European manifesto] (ED)

Scotland only:
* [http://voteforscotland.snp.org/pdf/SNP%20European%20Manifesto.pdf Scottish National Party manifesto] (EFA)

Wales only:
* [http://www.plaidcymru.org/europeanmanifesto.pdf Plaid Cymru / The Party of Wales Manifesto] (EFA)


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