IT was a good night for The Brexit Party in Harlow in the European elections.
The Conservatives fell away to fourth place. It was a good night for the Lib Dems in Harlow.
More reaction to follow.
Brexit Party: 7,737
Labour Party: 3,037
Lib Dems: 2,172
Conservative and Unionist Party: 1,633
Green Party of England and Wales: 1,589
Change UK The Independent Group: 502
English Democrat: 122
Csordas Atilla: (Independent): 43
Votes Cast: 17,820
The Total Vote in the Eastern Region
Brexit Party: 604,715
Lib Dems: 361,563
Green Party of England and Wales: 201,460
Conservative and Unionist Party: 163,830
Labour Party: 139,490
Change UK The Independent Group: 58,274
English Democrat: 10,217
Csordas Atilla: (Independent): 3,230
1. Richard Tice (Brexit)
2. Barbara Gibson (Lib Dems)
3. Michael Heaver (Brexit)
4. Catherine Rowett (Green)
5. June Mummery (Brexit)
6. Lucy Nethsinga (Lib Dems)
7. Geoffrey Van Orden (Cons)
The East of England is voting for seven MEPs, out of a total of 73 being voted for in 12 multi-member regional constituencies.
Out of the seven MEP spaces available in our region, there are nine parties with different candidates. This includes Change UK, Conservative, English Democrats, Green, Labour, Liberal Democrats, The Brexit Party, UKIP and an Independent.
The count for the East of England will be taking place in the Chelmsford Sports and Athletics Centre.
The number of MEPs each party gets is calculated using a formula called d’Hondt, except in Northern Ireland.
The Brexit Party
Dr Catherine Rowett
Dr Pallavi Devulapalli
The candidates put forward by the English Democrats are:
Geoffrey Van Orden
Dr Emma Taylor
Michelle de Vries
Popularity: 2% [?]