- Vote for pro-Remain parties: LibDems or Greens in England (Change UK have their hearts in the right place, but are too far behind to pick up MEPs), SNP in Scotland, Plaid Cymru in Wales, Sinn Fein/Alliance/SDLP in Northern Ireland.
1. East Midlands (5 MEPs available)
Tactical vote: LibDems. There are too few MEPs up for grabs for both the LD and Greens to each pick one MEP up, and the LD have been consistently ahead of the Greens by quite a margin in all of the last 6 polls.
Tactical vote: Greens. They and the LibDems are both in the running to pick up an MEP, but the LD are far ahead. Since relatively few people vote tactically, and Greens need the votes more, they're the obvious first choice.
Tactical vote: Greens or LD. Both are in the running for MEPs (1 or 2 for the LD, 1 for the Greens). Change UK are at their strongest in London, but still way too far behind to win an MEP even with some tactical help.
Tactical vote: Libdems. They won't get an MEP, because with only 3 available a party needs a massive vote share to get one, and no pro-Remain parties does... but they are the clear pro-Remain frontrunner in the NE.
Tactical vote: tough. Greens need to pull ahead of the Tories to pick up an MEP, but LibDems have outside chance at getting 2 MEPs (1 is a dead cert). So vote your heart between LD or Green. Change UK are nowhere on just a third of the Green vote.
Tactical vote: LibDems. They have an outside chance of picking up 3 MEPs (2 MEPs look solid). Greens definitely will get 1 but can't get 2. Change UK have solid support but nowhere near enough to get 1 MEP.
Tactical vote: LibDems. They have an outside chance of stealing a 2nd MEP off the Brexit Party (1 MEP for the LD is a dead cert). Greens have 1 MEP wrapped up, but can't get a 2nd as they're miles behind the LD.
Tactical vote: LibDems. Although both LD and Greens look set to get 1 MEP each, the LD are polling slightly behind the Greens and neither can get 2 MEPs, so voting LD shores up their 1 MEP. Change UK aren't even half-way to getting an MEP.
Tactical vote: LibDems or Greens. Both are on course for 1 MEP each, and both are far from getting a 2nd MEP. LD are slightly ahead in the polls, but either is a good choice. Change UK are on a third of the vote needed for an MEP.
Tactical vote: Scottish Green. They have an outside chance of getting 1 MEP, and are comfortably ahead of the LD in the polls (LD too far behind for an MEP). Or vote SNP, who are going to get at least 3 MEPs and will be in contention for a 4th.
Tactical vote: Plaid Cymru. They are the only pro-Remain party with any chance at an MEP (only 4 are available for the whole of Wales, so a huge vote is needed to get one)
Tactical vote: complicated because it's transferrable vote with multiple choices. Clear pro-Remain parties in the running to get enough votes for an MEP are Sinn Fein, Alliance and the SDLP. (DUP and UUP are pro-Brexit, and other parties are too small.)
1. Come out and vote on Thursday 23 May
2. Not waste their vote on Labour (this isn't a GE or a local election, it's about Brexit, Brexit and Brexit)