The General Election saw nearly £1 million in lost deposits from candidates achieving less than 5% of the vote. The biggest losers were the small parties, with UKIP losing 458 deposits, costing them £229,000.
The Green party was hit by a £164,000 loss, 265 lost deposits cost the BNP £132,500 and the English Democrats were out of pocket by £53,000.
In contrast, the Conservatives lost just two deposits, Labour five and the Liberal Democrats just one, by nine votes, in Glasgow East.
These figures show the uniform support for the Liberal Democrats right across the UK.