...claims that using tech they can advise voters in each constituency how to vote in order to maximise the number of remainer MEPs returned.
This is not easy apparently due to the complex nature of the d'Hondt system.
The basic idea is that a party's vote total is divided by a certain figure which increases as it wins more seats. As the divisor becomes bigger, the party's total in succeeding rounds gets smaller, allowing parties with lower initial totals to win seats.
The divisor in the first round is one (ie it has no effect) and thereafter it is the total number of seats gained plus one.
In our constituency (The South West and Gibraltar) they are recommending a vote for the Green party.
So if any of you are intending to vote remain tactically this may help.
Incidentally they are predicting very few votes for the Conservatives.
I am seeing every day on TV that people are saying the will never vote for the Tories again. These are nearly always disenchanted leavers who are pissed off with the way they are handling Brexit.
But there must be many Tory remainers (and I confess I am one and BH another - we have voted for them in the past) who similarly would not ever support them again.
I suspect they are mortally wounded.