General Election 2017 Live Updates

By DENISAURUS News

Millions of people from across the UK are heading to the polls today to decide who will become their Prime Minister.  Our reporters will be bringing you all the latest updates.

READ ALSO – https://denisaurus.com/2017/06/08/general-election-2017-millions-of-voters-head-to-the-poll/

  • Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn voted in their constituencies this morning.
  • Paul Nuttal, leader of the anti-immigration party, did not vote for UKIP in Boston and Skegness. Instead, the 40-year who hopes to represent the area at the House of Commons, casted his vote in Congleton, Cheshire.This information was confirmed by a spokesperson for UKIP, who said Mr Nuttall voted at where he lives this morning before travelling to Lincolnshire.
  • Exit poll shows an hung parliament.

  • Conservatives might win 314 seats
  • Labour to receive 266 seats and Lib Dems 14

  • First two results are out. Labour holds Sunderland and Newcastle.
  • #GE2017 : Newcastle upon Tyne North:
    Lab: 55.4% (+9.3)
    Con: 33.9% (+10.5)
    LDem: 5.2% (-4.5)
    UKIP: 3.7% (-12.9)
    Grn: 1.1% (-2.3)

  • Houghton & Sunderland South:
    Lab: 59.6% (+4.4)
    Con: 29.6% (+11.2)
    UKIP: 5.7% (-15.8)
    LDem: 2.2% (+0.1)
    Grn: 1.7% (-1.1)
    Ind: 1.2% (+1.2)

  • ‘#GE2017: Ashfield:
    Lab: 44.3% (+3.3)
    Con: 43.4% (+21.0)
    Ind: 9.6% (+9.3)
    LDem: 1.8% (-13.0)
    Grn: 0.8% (+0.8)

  • #GE2017: Sunderland Central:
    Lab: 55.5% (+5.3)
    Con: 33.4% (+10.0)
    UKIP: 4.9% (-14.3)
    LDem: 3.9% (+1.3)
    Grn: 1.6% (-2.5)
    Ind: 0.7% (+0.2)

  • #GE2017 : Battersea:
    Lab: 45.9% (+9.1)
    Con: 41.5% (-10.8)
    LDem: 8.0% (+3.6)
    Ind: 2.2% (+2.3)
    Grn: 1.6% (-1.7)
    UKIP: 0.6% (-2.5)

  • #GE2017: Wrexham:
    Lab: 48.9% (+11.7)
    Con: 43.7% (+12.0)
    PC: 5.0% (-2.6)
    LDem: 2.4% (-2.9)
    No UKIP.

  • #GE2017: North Swindon:
    Con: 53.6% (+3.3)
    Lab: 38.4% (+10.6)
    LDem: 3.6% (+0.3)
    UKIP: 2.8% (-12.5)
    Grn: 1.6% (-1.7)

  • Liberal Democrat, Vince Cable GAINS Twickenham from Conservative.

  • FIONA ONASANYA WINS PETERSBOROUGH FOR LABOUR
  • #GE2017: Peterborough:
    Lab: 48.1% (+12.5)
    Con: 46.8% (+7.1)
    LDem: 3.3% (-0.4)
    Grn: 1.8% (-0.8)

  • #GE2017: Reading East:
    Lab: 49.0% (+16.0)
    Con: 42.3% (-3.7)
    LDem: 6.1% (-1.2)
    Grn: 2.0% (-4.4)
    Ind: 0.3% (+0.6)
    No Green and UKIP.

  • Corbyn is calling on May to resign
  • #GE2017: Dudley North:
    Lab: 46.5% (+4.7)
    Con: 46.4% (+15.6)
    UKIP: 5.5% (-18.5)
    LDem: 0.9% (-0.3)
    Grn: 0.6% (-0.7)
    22 vote majority.

  • #GE2017: Stoke-on-Trent South:
    Con: 49.1% (+16.4)
    Lab: 47.5% (+8.3)
    LDem: 1.9% (-1.4)
    Grn: 1.5% (-1.1)

  • #GE2017: Mansfield:
    Con: 46.6% (+18.5)
    Lab: 44.5% (+5.1)
    UKIP: 5.3% (-19.8)
    Ind: 2.2% (+1.5)

  • Scotland, final result:SNP: 35 (-21)
    CON: 13 (+12)
    LAB: 7 (+6)
    LDEM: 4 (+3)

  • The PM has lost her majority
  • Paul Nuttall MEP has resigned as the leader of UKIP.
  • Exclusive – Press Statement From Ade Omole – All Progressives Congress UK
    SEVEN MPs FLYING THE GREEN-WHITE-GREEN FLAG IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.“On behalf of APC members in the Diaspora, Mr Ade Omole would like to congratulate Fiona Onasanya, Kemi Bandenoch and Bim Afolami who were duly elected into the House of Commons on June 8, 2017.

    “We also wish to commend Chuka Umunna, Chi Onwurah, Kate Osamor and Helen Grant who were all re-elected into the prestigious Westminster House.

    “We are pleased with this historic election. It is a proud achievement for our dear country, Nigeria.

    “Well done on winning the elections and gaining the confidence of the people you wish to represent for the next five years in the UK.

    “We assure all seven MPs of our support and are excitedly looking forward to progressively working together on behalf of Nigerians in the UK and at home.

 

 

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