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Monday, June 14, 1999 Published at 01:17 GMT 02:17 UK


Labour Party
The Labour Party has signed up to the manifesto of the Party of European Socialists.
Conservative Party
The Conservatives want the UK to be "in Europe, not run by Europe".
Liberal Democrats
The party believes that the opportunities which Europe presents are too great not to be voiced.
Scottish National Party
The SNP believes an independent Scotland will have influence in an EU increasingly dominated by smaller member states.
Democratic Unionist Party
The DUP wants voters to use the European elections to vote against the Good Friday Peace Agreement.
Social Democratic and Labour Party
The SDLP wants a reformed EU and supports early entry into the single currency.
Ulster Unionist Party
The UUP wants more EU funding assistance for Northern Ireland.
Plaid Cymru
Plaid Cymru wants the Welsh Assembly to be reflected by a stronger Welsh presence in Brussels.
Green Party
The Green Party believes recent developments in the EU put profits before people and the environment.
UK Independence Party
The UKIP is dedicated to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
Pro-Euro Conservative Party
The party's main aim is to get the UK to join the single currency as soon as possible.
Sinn Fein
Sinn Fein wants to use the EU to advance the Irish republican cause.
Progressive Unionist Party
The PUP manifesto stresses empowerment, participative democracy, community ownership, equality and social justice, and mutuality.
Alliance Party
The Alliance Party of Northern ireland believes the EU has enhanced the quality of life for citizens across the continent.
UK Unionist Party
The UK Unionist Party wants to keep the pound and protect the UK's sovereignty.
Socialist Labour Party
The SLP is opposed to the EU as a capitalist attack on democracy.
Socialist Alliance
The Socialist Alliance wants a socialist alternative to an EU "run for the interests of bankers and business".
Scottish Socialist Party
The SSP's vision of Europe is for a socialist economic and political union.
British National Party
The BNP wants the UK to leave the EU, and for "non-white" people to "return to their lands of ethnic origin".
Natural Law Party
The Natural Law Party wants to create a united Europe by using the Vedic technology of consciousness, which includes Yogic Flying.
Liberal Party
The Liberal Party wants to replace the EU with a Commonwealth of Europe.
Alternative Labour List
The Alternative Labour List wants the Labour Party to "return to its roots".
Weekly Worker
The Communist party of Great Britain is standing its candidates on the Weekly Worker list.



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