European Elections

Always look on the Right side of life?

Originally deemed to be a fundamental outsider, Francois Fillon’s dramatic success in the French Republican primary elections with 44% on…

Would Hollande really bow out?

Its two years now since Francois Hollande landed the top job in France and things have not been going well…

Meet the candidates: UKIP

Jane Collins served as a Campaign Manager for Godfrey Bloom in 2004 and 2009

Meet the candidates: Lib Dems

Edward McMillan-Scott has been an MEP for Yorkshire & the Humber since 1984, defecting to the Liberal Democrats from the Conservatives in 2010. He has served as Vice President of the European Parliament since 2004

Meet the candidates: Labour

Richard Corbett served as an MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber from 1996 until 2009. For the past four years, he has been an advisor to President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy

Meet the candidates: Conservatives

Timothy Kirkhope served as an MP for Leeds North East from 1987-1997. He has been an MEP for Yorkshire & the Humber since 1999, and served as Leader of the Conservative Party in the European Parliament from 2004-2007 and 2008-2010

Time for a political reinassance in Italy?

Veronica Lissandrini looks at the picture of Italian politics in a post-Berlusconi era

BNP win two European seats

The BNP have gained two seats in the European elections, including one in Yorkshire

Has democracy gone a step too far?

Voter apathy may allow dangerous and obscure minority parties to secure more power than ever before in the upcoming 2009 European Election

Lib Dem Martin Shapland: Europe as a global player

Liberal Democrat Martin Shapland discusses Britain’s role within the EU

Number worries for Labour

The current bout of summer weather that we are experiencing will not go far to raise the hopes of Labour as Thursday approaches

UKIP MEP Godfrey Bloom: The Future of the EU

Godfrey Bloom talks about the future of the EU