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Hackney South and Shoreditch election results in full

PUBLISHED: 04:48 09 June 2017 | UPDATED: 04:52 09 June 2017

Meg Hillier. Picture: Polly Hancock

Meg Hillier. Picture: Polly Hancock

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Meg Hillier has held Hackney South and Shoreditch with a sensational 43,974 votes – 79 per cent of the votes cast and up from 30,633 in 2015.

She was trailed by Luke Parker from the Conservatives with 6,043 – 11pc.

Next was Dave Raval from the Liberal Democrats on 3,168 (6pc).

Rebecca Johnson from the Greens got 1,522 (3pc).

Vanessa Hudson from the Animal Welfare Party finished on 226 (0pc).

Independent Russell Higgs polled 143 (0pc).

Angel Watt of the Christian People’s Party won 113 votes (0pc).

Jonty Leff from the Workers’ Revolutionary Party got 85 (0pc).

Hugo Sugg (Independent) won 50 votes (0pc).

Dale Kalamazad (Independent) got 29 (0pc).

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