For the first time for many, many years I am struggling to decide how to vote. I am convinced that Brexit is a bad move; that at least we should have a new referendum. I'm also increasingly convinced that both Labour and Conservatives would take us to Brexit, and that both are managing the process badly (although I doubt that anyone could run it really well). Now if Brexit happens the Euro election will have little practical impact as the MEPs will barely have taken their seats before they are sent home. So my vote in this case is a matter of signalling that I don't want Brexit and I do want a new referendum. However pundits suggest there's perhaps a 30% chance that Brexit won't happen. In that case the MEPs we elect through the proportional representation system will have a significant influence on the future direction of the EU and of the UK. Manifestly I can't consider voting Labour or Conservative, nor of course UKIP or Brexit Party, in the expectation of Brexit. To cast a vote for any of these four would indicate I support Brexit. However if Brexit doesn't happen I think the parties most damaging to the EU would be UKIP and Brexit. So now I look at the minor parties. I think I have to discount Independents. So ChangeUK, Green or LibDem? All support Remain; all seem as if they would be at least mildly competent in the European Parliament; but all three are competing for votes like mine. Then I wonder what effect the results will have on the thinking of the two main parties and their leadership, and whether the election will therefore change policy in Westminster. So I am very undecided. What do you think I should do - and why?