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Results: 649 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 306||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
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GENERAL ELECTION 2010 – LATEST NEWS
9:50am Thursday 13th May 2010
WITH VIDEO OF DAVID MILIBAND. Blackburn MP Jack Straw has repeated that he will not be running in the leadership contest.
5:26pm Wednesday 12th May 2010
PRIME Minister David Cameron has put the finishing touches to his Cabinet, with key jobs for his Liberal Democrat coalition partners.
4:40pm Wednesday 12th May 2010
UPDATE: David Cameron has hailed "a historic and seismic shift" in Britain's political landscape as he launched the country's first coalition government since the Second World War.
4:34pm Tuesday 11th May 2010
AS the dust settles on the General Election, four first-time MPs are getting to grips with their new jobs.
5:43pm Sunday 9th May 2010
NEWLY-elected Liberal Democrat MP Gordon Birthwistle has backed a proposed deal with the Conservatives after the country was left with a hung Parliament.
12:20am Sunday 9th May 2010
RESERVE council staff formed polling station ‘swat teams’ in East Lancashire to handle the queues of extra people who turned out to vote in the General Election.
9:30am Saturday 8th May 2010
LABOUR supporters are coming to terms with disastrous General Election results which saw the party wiped out in Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale & Darwen.
4:40am Saturday 8th May 2010
UPDATE: New Darwen and Rossendale MP Jake Berry said people ‘had shown they are ready for change’ after the Conservatives took the seat for the first time in 18 years.
4:20am Saturday 8th May 2010
UPDATE: Overjoyed Graham Jones reflected on his election triumph and said: “Last week I was clocking on as a factory worker and I will soon be heading to Westminster. It’s a dream.”
3:50am Saturday 8th May 2010
UPDATE: Straw hailed an 'astonishing vote of confidence' as he defied Labour's national woes and increased his majority in Blackburn.
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