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Stoke-on-Trent Central – 23 February 2017

The election was called following the resignation of Tristram Hunt on 23 January 2017. Gareth Snell (Labour Party) was elected MP with a 2,620 (12.4%) majority. 

Overview of results

  • Gareth Snell (Labour Party) – 7,853 (37.1%)
  • Paul Nuttall (UKIP) – 5,233 (24.7%)
  • Jack Brereton (Conservative) – 5,154 (24.3%)
  • Zulfiqar Ali (Liberal Democrats) 2,083 (9.8%)
  • Other (6 candidates) – 847 (4.0%)

Majority of winning candidate – 2,620 (12.4%)

Total poll – 21,170 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 38.1%

Copeland – 23 February 2017

The election was called following the resignation of Jamieson Reed on 23 January 2017. Trudy Harrison (Conservatives) was elected MP with 44.3% of the vote (a 6.9% majority). 

Overview of results

  • Trudy Harrison (Conservatives) – 13,748 (44.3%)
  • Gillian Troughton (Labour) – 11,601 (37.3%)
  • Rebecca Hanson (Liberal Democrats) – 2,252 (7.2%)
  • Fiona Mills (UKIP) – 2,025 (6.5%)
  • Other (3 candidates) – 1,442 (4.6%)

Majority of winning candidate – 2,147 (6.9%)

Total poll – 31,068 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 51.3% 

Sleaford and North Hykeham – 8 December 2016

The election was called following the resignation of Stephen Phillips on 4 November 2016. Caroline Johnson (Conservatives) was elected MP with 53.5% of the vote (a 40.0% majority). 

Overview of results

  • Caroline Johnson (Conservatives) – 17,570 (53.5%)
  • Victoria Ayling (UKIP) – 4,426 (13.5%)
  • Ross Pepper – 3,606 (11.0%)
  • Jim Clarke (Labour) – 3,363 (10.2%)
  • Other (6 candidates) – 3,869 (11.8%)

Majority of winning candidate – 13,144 (40.0%)

Total poll – 32,834 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 37.0% 

Richmond Park – 1 December 2016

The election was called following the resignation of Zac Goldsmith on 25 October 2016. Sarah Olney (Liberal Democrats) was elected MP with 49.7% of the vote (a 4.5% majority). The writ was moved on 27 October.

Overview of results

  • Sarah Olney (Liberal Democrats) – 20,510 (49.7%)
  • Zac Goldsmith (Independent) – 18,638 (45.1%)
  • Christian Wolmar (Labour) – 1,515 (3.7%)
  • Other (5 candidates) – 620 (1.5%)

Majority of winning candidate – 1,872 (4.2%)

Total poll – 41,283 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 53.4% 

Batley and Spen – 20 October 2016

The election was called following the death of Jo Cox on 16 June 2016. Tracy Brabin has been elected (Labour Party) with 85.8% of the vote. 

The Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, UKIP and Green Party decided not to stand at this election out of respect

Overview of results

  • Tracy Brabin (Labour Party) – 17,506 (85.8%)
  • Other parties (9 candidates) – 2,887 (14.2%)

Total poll – 20,393 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 25.6%

Witney – 20 October 2016

The election was called following the resignation of David Cameron on 12 September 2016. Robert Courts (Conservative Party) was elected MP with 45.0% of the vote (a 14.8% majority). The writ was moved on 15 September.

Overview of results

  • Robert Courts (Conservative Party) – 17,313 (45.0%)
  • Elizabeth Leffman (Liberal Democrats) – 11,611 (30.2%)
  • Duncan Enright (Labour) – 5,765 (15.0%)
  • Larry Sanders (Green Party) – 1,363 (3.5%)
  • Dickie Bird (UK Independence Party) – 1,354 (3.5%)
  • Other (9 candidates) – 1,049 (2.7%)

Majority of winning candidate – 5,702 (14.8%)

Total poll – 38,455 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 46.7%

Tooting – 16 June 2016

The election was called when Sadiq Khan resigned as MP for Tooting on 9 May 2016 after London Mayor election on 5 May 2016. Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour Party) was elected MP with a 6,357 (19.9%) majority. 

Overview of results

  • Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour Party) – 17,894 (55.9%)
  • Dan Watkins (Conservative Party) – 11,537 (36.1%)
  • Esther Obiri-Darko (Green Party) – 830 (2.6%)
  • Alexander Glassbrook (Liberal Democrats) 820 (2.6%)
  • Other (10 candidates) – 918 (2.9%)

Majority of winning candidate – 6,357 (19.9%)

Total poll – 31,999 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 42.8%

Ogmore – 5 May 2016

The election was called after the resignation of Huw Irranca-Davies who switched from Ogmore Westminster MP to become the constituency’s Assembly Member (AM). 

Overview of results

  • Christopher Elmore (Labour Party) – 12,166 (52.2%)
  • Glenda Davies (UK Independence Party) – 3,808 (16.3%)
  • Abi Thomas (Plaid Cymru) – 3,683 (15.8%)
  • Alex Williams (Conservative Party) – 2,956 (12.7%)
  • Other (1 candidate) – 702 (3.0%)

Majority of winning candidate – 8,358 (35.8%)

Total poll – 23,315 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 42.4%

Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough – 5 May 2016

The election was called after the death of Harry Harpham MP on 4 February 2016. 

Overview of results

  • Gill Furniss (Labour Party) – 14,087 (62.4%)
  • Steve Winstone (UK Independence Party) – 4,497 (19.9%)
  • Mohammed Shaffaq (Liberal Democrats) – 1,385 (6.1%)
  • Spencer Pitfield (Conservative Party) – 1,267 (5.6%)
  • Other (3 candidates) – 1,345 (6.0%)

Majority of winning candidate – 9,590 (42.5%)

Total poll – 22,581 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 33.0%

Oldham West and Royton – 3 December 2015

The election was called after the death of Rt Hon. Michael Meacher MP on 21 October 2015. 

Overview of results

  • Jim McMahon (Labour Party) – 17,209 (62.1%)
  • John Bickley (UK Independence Party) – 6,487 (23.4%)
  • James Daly (Conservative Party) – 2,596 (9.4%)
  • Jane Brophy (Liberal Democrats) – 1,024 (3.7%)
  • Other (2 candidates) – 390 (1.4%)

Majority of winning candidate – 10,722 (38.7%)

Total poll – 27,706 (not including invalid votes)

Turnout – 40.1%

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