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Patrick O'Flynn

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Patrick O'Flynn was the Social Democratic Party candidate in the constituency of Peterborough in the UK Parliament elections . They got 135 votes. Our volunteers have been adding information on Patrick O'Flynn - here's everything we know so far!

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Patrick James O'Flynn (born 29 August 1965) is an English journalist and politician who served as Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the East of England region between 2014 and 2019. He was elected for the UK Independence Party but defected to the Social Democratic Party in November 2018.

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https://sdp.org.uk/people/patrick-oflynn-mep/
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patrick.oflynn@europarl.europa.eu

Previous elections

This candidate has previously stood for election in:

  • 2019: The UK Parliament elections, as the Social Democratic Party candidate for the Peterborough
  • 2017: The 2017 General Election, as the UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for the Epping Forest
  • 2015: The 2015 General Election, as the UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for the Member of Parliament for Cambridge
  • 2014: The European Parliament (UK) elections, as the UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for the Eastern

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