European Parliament Elections 2009

Collection of around 200 Internet sites formed during and immediately after the European Parliament election campaign of 2009. It consists of a representative sample of Pan-European, national and regional political party sites, candidatesÂ’ campaign sites and blogs, manifestos of civil society organisations at national and European level, and comment from the traditional press, political analysts in academia, and individuals and communities sharing their thoughts online.

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  1. Green Party: European Elections 2009 Candidates
  2. Helen Foster-Grime
  3. Honeyball Buzz, The - Mary Honeyball
  4. Hope not Hate: The European election - the BNP threat
  5. Humphrey Temperley
  6. ICM Poll for The Guardian
  7. Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW): EU Elections - why should you vote?
  8. International Save the Children Alliance: EURONET and Eurochild European Parliament Election Manifesto
  9. Jim Allister
  10. Jim Allister on Twitter
  11. John Flack
  12. John Vincent
  13. Jonathan Fryer
  14. Jonathan Fryer on Twitter
  15. Jonathan Morgan
  16. Jon Worth: European Parliament Elections
  17. Journal, The: EU elections - get out and vote!
  18. Julien Frisch - Watching Europe
  19. Jury Team
  20. Kay Barnard

Sites (196)

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