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General election 2015: Labour’s Meg Hillier re-elected in Hackney South and Shoreditch

PUBLISHED: 10:25 08 May 2015 | UPDATED: 10:30 08 May 2015

Meg Hillier, representative for Hackney South and Shoreditch, during a photocall for Labour MP's at The House of Commons, Westminster.

Meg Hillier, representative for Hackney South and Shoreditch, during a photocall for Labour MP's at The House of Commons, Westminster.

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Labour’s Meg Hilier has retained her Hackney South and Shoreditch seat with an enormous majority.

Like her counterpart Diane Abbott in the neighbouring Hackney constituency, Mrs Hillier took home more than 30,000 votes – outstripping any rivals by nearly 25,000 votes.

The MP was first elected in 2005.

The full results for Hackney South and Shoreditch are:
Meg Hillier, Labour – 30,633
Jack Tinley, Conservative – 6,420
Charlotte George, Green – 5,519 
Angus Small, UKIP – 1,818
Ben Mathis, Liberal Democrat – 2,186
Brian Debus, TUSC - 302
Paul Birch, CSA - 297
Taiwo Adewuyi, CPA - 236
Brian Debus, TUSC - 302
Russell Higgs, IND - 78
Bill Rogers, WRP - 63
Gordon Shrigley, CAM - 28


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