European elections guide: how should remainers use their vote?

Professor Victoria Honeyman has published an article in The Conversation looking at the upcoming European elections and the options for those who voted against Brexit.

In the article Professor Honeyman, who is a Lecturer in British Politics within the School of Politics and International Studies, outlines the many different party options that 'remainers' have to choose from ahead of the European elections, and how they can best use their votes.

Professor Honeyman advises that "with so many options, the extensive choice means the vote is likely to be split across several parties" and goes on to offer the pros and cons of voting for Labour, Liberal Democrats, Change UK, Green Party, Women's Equality Party, SNP, Plaid Cymru, Sinn Féin and SDLP.

The European elections will take place on Thursday 23rd May.

Read the full article at The Conversation.