Euro election: Tories win, UKIP second in West Oxfordshire

The results of the European election in West Oxfordshire have been announced. The Conservatives came first, UKIP second, and Labour third. Labour were just ahead of the Green Party, who pushed the Lib Dems into fifth place.

The full results for the West Oxfordshire part of the south-east region were:

An Independence from Europe: 685 votes

British National Party: 194 votes

Christian Peoples Alliance: 183 votes

Conservative Party: 11851 votes

English Democrats: 239 votes

Green Party: 3295 votes

Harmony Party: 11 votes

Labour Party: 3295 votes

Liberal Democrats: 2245 votes

Liberty Great Britain: 28 votes

The Peace Party: 110 votes

The Roman Party: 35 votes

The Socialist Party of Great Britain: 65 votes

UK Independence Party: 7692 votes

YOURvoice: 43 votes

West Oxfordshire saw a turnout of 38.64%. Europe-wide, turnout is estimated to have been around 43.11%. However, not all results have yet been counted, as some countries did not see their polls close until this evening.

For up-to-date details of the results across the south-east region, see here.

UPDATE: Turnout for the south-east region as a whole was 36.46%. The following were elected as MEPs for the south-east region:

Nigel Farage (UKIP)

Dan Hannan (Conservative)

Janice Atkinson (UKIP)

Nirj Deva (Conservative)

Anneliese Dodds (Labour)

Diane James (UKIP)

Richard Ashworth (Conservative)

Keith Taylor (Green)

Catherine Bearder (Lib Dem)

Ray Finch (UKIP)

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