Britain is set to vote in the European Elections on 23 May unless MPs agree on a Brexit deal beforehand.
All EU citizens have the chance to vote for the MEP they wish to defend their interests in European Parliament.
Now the parties and candidates running for the South West have been announced, including those for new groups Change UK and The Brexit Party.
Change UK is a pro-EU group founded this year by MPs who resigned from The Labour Party.
The Brexit Party is a pro-Brexit group also founded this year and lead by Nigel Farage.
The traditional parties; Conservatives, Labour, and the Liberal Democrats, all have candidates nominated. Also standing are candidates from The Green Party, the enviromentalist group; English Democrats, the English nationalist group; UKIP, the Eurosceptic group; and independent candidates.
For a full list of candidates, see the list from BCP Council here.
European Elections take place on 23 May, and you must register before 7 May to be eligible.
STOP PRESS: In the lead up to the elections, we’ll be asking candidates to write in to us to tell our readers what they’ll be standing for. You can find their letters on our letters page.