Members of the European Parliament (MEP’s) are elected on
a regional basis.
England, Scotland and Wales have been divided into 12 Regions each electing a different number of MEPs dependent on the number of voters in the region. The Bradford District is included in the Yorkshire and Humber Region which elects 6 MEPs. MEPs are elected by a system of proportional representation and all represent the Region as a whole, rather than specific districts within it. Further information can be obtained from the European Parliament Web Site
YORKSHIRE AND THE HUMBER REGION EUROPEAN MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
(European Parliament Election, 22 May 2014)