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Labour's hold in Erith and Thamesmead means Britain has a hung parliament
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By Aled Thomas Britain has a hung parliament. The Labour hold of Erith and Thamesmead means that no single party can gain the magic number of 326 seats necessary to form a majority government. Despite a large swing of 6.3% from Labour to the Conservatives, Teresa Pearce won with 19,068 votes, a majority of 5,703… Read more »

Labour holds Liverpool Wavertree
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By Chris Bradley Luciana Berger has won the Liverpool Wavertree seat, despite the controversy surrounding her ability to perform her role as an MP on Merseyside. Ms Berger won with 20,132 votes, a majority of 7167. The 28-year-old Londoner beat Lib Dem candidate Colin Eldridge who achieved 12,965 votes. Conservative Andrew Garnett came third and… Read more »