Members of the European Parliament for the United Kingdom 2004–2009


Members of the European Parliament for the United Kingdom 2004–2009

This is a list of Members of the European Parliament for the United Kingdom in the 2004 to 2009 session, ordered by name.

See European Parliament Election, 2004 (UK) for a list ordered by constituency.

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)
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Contents


Current members

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Name Constituency Party Party Group
Jim Allister Northern Ireland TUV[1] NI
Richard Ashworth South East England Conservative EPP–ED
Robert Atkins North West England Conservative EPP–ED
Elspeth Attwooll Scotland LibDem ALDE
Gerard Batten London UKIP Ind & Dem
Christopher Beazley East of England Conservative EPP–ED
Godfrey Bloom Yorkshire and the Humber UKIP Ind & Dem
John Bowis London Conservative EPP–ED
Sharon Bowles[2] South East England LibDem ALDE
Philip Bradbourn West Midlands Conservative EPP–ED
Philip Bushill-Matthews West Midlands Conservative EPP–ED
Martin Callanan North East England Conservative EPP–ED
Michael Cashman West Midlands Labour PES
Giles Chichester South West England Conservative EPP–ED
Derek Clark East Midlands UKIP Ind & Dem
Trevor Colman South West England UKIP Ind & Dem
Richard Corbett Yorkshire and the Humber Labour PES
Chris Davies North West England LibDem ALDE
Bairbre de Brún Northern Ireland Sinn Féin EUL-NGL
Nirj Deva South East England Conservative EPP–ED
Den Dover North West England Independent Independent
Andrew Duff East of England LibDem ALDE
James Elles South East England Conservative EPP–ED
Jillian Evans Wales PC Greens–EFA
Jonathan Evans Wales Conservative EPP–ED
Robert Evans London Labour PES
Nigel Farage South East England UKIP Ind & Dem
Glyn Ford South West England Labour PES
Neena Gill West Midlands Labour PES
Fiona Hall North East England LibDem ALDE
Daniel Hannan[3] South East England Conservative NI
Malcolm Harbour West Midlands Conservative EPP–ED
Chris Heaton-Harris East Midlands Conservative EPP–ED
Roger Helmer[4] East Midlands Conservative NI
Mary Honeyball London Labour PES
Richard Howitt East of England Labour PES
Ian Hudghton Scotland SNP Greens–EFA
Stephen Hughes North East England Labour PES
Caroline Jackson South West England Conservative EPP–ED
Syed Kamall[5] London Conservative EPP–ED
Saj Karim North West England Conservative[6] EPP–ED
Robert Kilroy-Silk[7] East Midlands Independent NI
Glenys Kinnock Wales Labour PES
Timothy Kirkhope Yorkshire and the Humber Conservative EPP–ED
Roger Knapman South West England UKIP Ind & Dem
Jean Lambert London Greens (E&W) Greens–EFA
Caroline Lucas South East England Greens (E&W) Greens–EFA
Sarah Ludford London LibDem ALDE
Liz Lynne West Midlands LibDem ALDE
David Martin Scotland Labour PES
Linda McAvan Yorkshire and the Humber Labour PES
Arlene McCarthy North West England Labour PES
Edward McMillan-Scott Yorkshire and the Humber Conservative EPP–ED
Claude Moraes London Labour PES
Eluned Morgan Wales Labour PES
Ashley Mote[8] South East England Independent NI
Mike Nattrass West Midlands UKIP Ind & Dem
Bill Newton Dunn East Midlands LibDem ALDE
Emma Nicholson South East England LibDem ALDE
Jim Nicholson Northern Ireland UUP EPP–ED
Neil Parish South West England Conservative EPP–ED
John Purvis Scotland Conservative EPP–ED
Brian Simpson[9] North West England Labour PES
Peter Skinner South East England Labour PES
Alyn Smith Scotland SNP Greens–EFA
Struan Stevenson Scotland Conservative EPP–ED
Catherine Stihler Scotland Labour PES
Robert Sturdy East of England Conservative EPP–ED
David Sumberg North West England Conservative EPP–ED
Charles Tannock London Conservative EPP–ED
Jeffrey Titford East of England UKIP Ind & Dem
Gary Titley North West England Labour PES
Geoffrey van Orden East of England Conservative EPP–ED
Diana Wallis Yorkshire and the Humber LibDem ALDE
Graham Watson South West England LibDem ALDE
John Whittaker North West England UKIP Ind & Dem
Glenis Willmott[10] East Midlands Labour PES
Tom Wise East of England UKIP Ind & Dem

Former members

Name Region Party Date Reason for departure
Chris Huhne South East England LibDem 11 May 2005 Resigned on election to the House of Commons
Theresa Villiers London Conservative 11 May 2005 Resigned on election to the House of Commons
Phillip Whitehead East Midlands Labour 31 December 2005 Deceased
Terry Wynn North West England Labour 27 August 2006 Resigned after reaching 60th birthday
Graham Booth South West England UKIP 1 October 2008 Retired

Notes

  1. ^ Jim Allister was elected as a member of the Democratic Unionist Party, but resigned the party whip on 27 March 2007 in protest over the party's decision to form a power-sharing executive in the Northern Ireland Assembly with Sinn Féin.
  2. ^ Sharon Bowles replaced Chris Huhne on 12 May 2005.
  3. ^ Daniel Hannan was expelled from the EPP-ED group on 19 February 2008.
  4. ^ Roger Helmer had the Conservative whip suspended from 26 May 2005 to 13 September 2006 after he voted to censure the European Commission. Simultaneously, his membership of the EPP-ED group was withdrawn, and it has not been restored.
  5. ^ Syed Kamall replaced Theresa Villiers on 12 May 2005.
  6. ^ Originally elected as a Liberal Democrat, Saj Karim joined the Conservative Party on 26 November 2007.
  7. ^ Robert Kilroy-Silk was elected as a member of UKIP, and sat in the Independence and Democracy group. He resigned the UKIP whip on 27 October 2004 and founded Veritas on 2 February 2005.
  8. ^ Ashley Mote was elected as a member of UKIP, and would have sat with the Independence and Democracy group, had he not been suspended from UKIP on 16 July 2004. Instead, he sat as a Non-inscrit member until becoming a founder member of the Identity, Tradition, Sovereignty group in January 2007. ITS ceased to exist in November that year.
  9. ^ Terry Wynn resigned on 27 August 2006 and was replaced by Brian Simpson.
  10. ^ Phillip Whitehead died on 31 December 2005, and was replaced by Glenis Willmott on 1 January 2006.

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