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European Elections 2019: who are the North West's new MEPs?

Eight MEP seats in the European Parliament have been elected for the region. Credit: ITV News

Both Labour and the Conservatives have suffered losses in the North West in the European Parliament elections.

Three Brexit Party candidates were elected, along with the first ever Green MEP in the region. Labour and the Liberal Democrats took two seats each.

Eight North West representatives have been elected - though it's not known how long they'll have the job. Credit: ITV News

Here are the North West's new MEPs:

THE BREXIT PARTY

  • Claire Regina Fox
  • Henrik Eyser Overgaard Nielsen
  • David Richard Bull

LABOUR

  • Theresa Mary Griffin
  • Julie Carolyn Ward

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

  • Chris Davies
  • Jane Elisabeth Brophy

GREEN PARTY

  • Gina Dowding
Voter turnout was 33.11% in the region. Credit: ITV News

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Turnout was at a two-decade high for ballots across all 28 European Union countries.

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33.11%
turnout
1.74m
verified ballot papers (total 1,744,858)