The Electoral Commission have released campaign expenditure for parties who spent under £250,000 in the European elections. The full figures are available to view here.
There are two sets of figures that stick in my craw. The 153,236 votes (1.01%) cast for No2EU came on the back of a campaign costing £118,326.
The Socialist Labour Party won 173,115 votes (1.14%). And the cost of their campaign? £5,354.
Per vote, No2EU spent 77p and the SLP three pence(!) I'm lost for words.
Here are the figures for other left campaigns:
Scottish Socialist Party - 10,404 votes (0.07% - Scotland only), campaign cost £4,733 (45p/vote).
Socialist Party of Great Britain - 4,050 votes (0.03% - London only), campaign cost £3,760 (92p/vote).