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European Parliament elections 2019: How to vote, who is standing and how they work

Bristol Post Friday, 17 May 2019 ()
Voters across the UK will be heading to the polls on Thursday, May 23.
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The UK will hold European Parliament elections on May 23, but what are the elections about?

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