List of European Conservatives and Reformists Members of the European Parliament

This is a list of European Conservatives and Reformists Members of the European Parliament. The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) were founded in June 2009, and currently have 71 members in the European Parliament.

List of members

Members' places of birth are in their respective countries that they represent unless otherwise indicated by a national flag next to the stated place of birth.
Name Country Constituency Party Born Notes
Richard Ashworth United Kingdom South East England Conservative Party 17 September 1947
Folkestone
British delegation leader.
Philip Bradbourn United Kingdom West Midlands Conservative Party 9 August 1951
Tipton
David Campbell Bannerman United Kingdom East of England Conservative Party 28 May 1960
Mumbai
Elected for UKIP. Joined 24 May 2011.
Brian Crowley Ireland South Ireland Fianna Fail 4 March 1964
Dublin
Elected for Fianna Fail/ALDE. Defected to ECR in June 2014 in contrast to Fianna Fail's European affiliation with ALDE.
Ryszard Czarnecki Poland Kuyavian-Pomeranian Law and Justice 25 January 1963
London
Peter van Dalen Netherlands Netherlands ChristianUnion 3 September 1958
Zwijndrecht
Member of the ECR Bureau. Elected for CU–SGP. Dutch delegation leader.
Nirj Deva United Kingdom South East England Conservative Party 11 May 1948
Colombo
Vicky Ford United Kingdom East of England Conservative Party 21 September 1967
Omagh
Jacqueline Foster United Kingdom North West England Conservative Party 30 December 1947
Liverpool
Ashley Fox United Kingdom South West England Conservative Party 15 November 1969
Sutton Coldfield
ECR Chief Whip
Julie Girling United Kingdom South West England Conservative Party 21 December 1956
London
Member of the ECR Bureau.
Marek Gróbarczyk Poland Lubusz and West Pomeranian Law and Justice 13 March 1968
Nowy Sącz
Daniel Hannan United Kingdom South East England Conservative Party 1 September 1971
Lima
Syed Kamall United Kingdom London Conservative Party 15 February 1967
London
Sajjad Karim United Kingdom North West England Conservative Party 11 July 1970
Blackburn
Timothy Kirkhope United Kingdom Yorkshire and the Humber Conservative Party 29 April 1945
Newcastle
ECR Deputy Chairman
Ryszard Legutko Poland Lower Silesian and Opole Law and Justice 24 December 1949
Kraków
ECR Vice-Chairman. Polish delegation leader.
Emma McClarkin United Kingdom East Midlands Conservative Party 9 October 1978
Stroud
ECR Co-Treasurer.
Anthea McIntyre United Kingdom West Midlands Conservative Party 29 June 1954
London
Shadow MEP from 1 December 2009 to 1 December 2011.
Jim Nicholson United Kingdom Northern Ireland Ulster Unionist Party 29 January 1945
Armagh
Elected for UCUNF.
Mirosław Piotrowski Poland Lublin Law and Justice 9 January 1966
Zielona Góra
Tomasz Poręba Poland Subcarpathian Law and Justice 31 March 1973
Zielona Góra
Member of the ECR Bureau.
Kay Swinburne United Kingdom Wales Conservative Party 8 June 1967
Aberystwyth
Charles Tannock United Kingdom London Conservative Party 25 September 1957
Aldershot
Valdemar Tomaševski Lithuania Lithuania Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania 3 March 1965
Vilnius
Lithuanian delegation leader.
Ruža Tomašić Croatia Croatia Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević 10 May 1958
Mladoševica
Became an MEP on 1 July 2013. Party leader. Croatian delegation leader.
Evžen Tošenovský Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 26 February 1956
Ostrava
Geoffrey Van Orden United Kingdom East of England Conservative Party 10 April 1945
Waterlooville
Vice-Chairman
Janusz Wojciechowski Poland Łódź Law and Justice 6 December 1954
Rawa Mazowiecka
Jan Zahradil Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 30 March 1963
Prague
ECR First Vice-Chairman. Czech delegation leader. Former ECR Chairman.
Roberts Zīle Latvia Latvia For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK 20 June 1958
Riga
Member of the ECR Bureau. Party leader. Latvian delegation leader.

Former members

The party denoted is the party for whom the MEP was elected. All have since joined new parties.
Name Country Constituency Party Born Notes
Tadeusz Cymański Poland Pomeranian Law and Justice 6 June 1955
Nowy Staw
Joined EFD on 26 December 2011. Now United Poland.
Roger Helmer United Kingdom East Midlands Conservative Party 25 January 1944
London
Joined EFD on 2 March 2012. Now UKIP.
Jacek Kurski Poland Podlaskie and Warmian-Masurian Law and Justice 22 February 1966
Gdańsk
Joined EFD on 26 December 2011. Now United Poland.
Zbigniew Ziobro Poland Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie Law and Justice 18 August 1970
Kraków
Joined EFD on 26 December 2011. Now United Poland.
Jacek Włosowicz Poland Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie Law and Justice 25 January 1966
Skalbmierz
Joined EFD on 26 December 2011. Now United Poland.
Edward McMillan-Scott United Kingdom Yorkshire and the Humber Conservative Party 15 August 1949
Cambridge
Left ECR on 14 July 2009. Joined ELDR on 11 May 2010. Now Lib Dem.
Marta Andreasen United Kingdom South East England Conservative Party 26 November 1954
Buenos Aires
Elected for UKIP. Joined 22 February 2013.
Robert Atkins United Kingdom North West England Conservative Party 5 February 1946
London
Adam Bielan Poland Masovian Independent 12 September 1974
Gdańsk
Elected for PiS, joined PJN.
Lajos Bokros Hungary Hungary Modern Hungary Movement 26 June 1954
Budapest
Member of the ECR Bureau. Elected for the Hungarian Democratic Forum, founded MoMa on 21 April 2013. Hungarian delegation leader.
Milan Cabrnoch Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 6 August 1962
Čáslav
Martin Callanan United Kingdom North East England Conservative Party 8 August 1961
Newcastle
ECR Chairman.
Andrea Češková Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 18 October 1971
Prague
Giles Chichester United Kingdom South West England Conservative Party 29 July 1946
London
Susy De Martini Italy North-West Italy The Right 17 June 1952
Genoa
Elected for The People of Freedom. Became an MEP in February 2013. Joined March 2013.
James Elles United Kingdom South East England Conservative Party 3 September 1949
London
Derk Jan Eppink Belgium Dutch-speaking Libertarian, Direct, Democratic 7 November 1958
Steenderen
Vice-Chairman. Belgian delegation leader.
Hynek Fajmon Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 17 May 1968
Nymburk
ECR Co-Treasurer.
Malcolm Harbour United Kingdom West Midlands Conservative Party 19 February 1947
Woking
Member of the ECR Bureau
Michał Kamiński Poland Warsaw Independent 28 March 1972
Warsaw
Elected for PiS. Joined Poland Comes First. Former ECR Chairman. Member of the ECR Bureau.
Paweł Kowal Poland Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie Poland Together 22 July 1975
Rzeszów
Elected for PiS. Joined Poland Comes First.
Edvard Kožušník Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 30 January 1971
Olomouc
Marek Migalski Poland Silesian Poland Together 14 January 1969
Racibórz
Elected for PiS. Joined Poland Comes First.
Cristiana Muscardini Italy North-West Italy Conservatives and Social Reformers 6 November 1948
Cannobio
Joined October 2012. Elected for The People of Freedom.
Miroslav Ouzký Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 18 August 1958
Chlumec n.Cidlinou
Anna Rosbach Denmark Denmark Independent 2 February 1947
Gladsaxe
Elected for Danish People's Party. Joined 9 March 2011. Danish delegation leader.
Struan Stevenson United Kingdom Scotland Conservative Party 4 April 1948
Ballantrae
Ivo Strejček Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 11 January 1962
Nové Město n.Moravě
Robert Sturdy United Kingdom East of England Conservative Party 22 June 1944
Wetherby
Konrad Szymański Poland Greater Poland Law and Justice 6 December 1969
Kalisz
Oldřich Vlasák Czech Republic Czech Republic Civic Democratic Party 26 November 1955
Hradec Králové
Marina Yannakoudakis United Kingdom London Conservative Party 16 April 1956
London
Artur Zasada Poland Lubusz and West Pomeranian Poland Together 5 June 1969
Zielona Gora
Elected for Civic Platform.
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