Wednesday , May 12 2021

UK general election 2019: exit poll predicts 86-seat Tory landslide majority – live news – The Guardian, Theguardian.com


Boris Johnsonhas retained his seat, increasing his nominal vote to (******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, (from) ******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, (in

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Corbyn rules out quitting immediately – saying he wants to stay in charge during ‘process of reflection’ on result

This is whatJeremy Corbynsaid about his future in his speech at his count.

He said he would not lead the party into a future general election. But he also ruled out quitting immediately, saying that he would stay in charge to all the party time for a “process of reflection”.

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I want to also make it clear that I will not lead the party in any future general election campaign.

I will discuss with our party to ensure there is a process now of reflection on this result and on the policies that the party will take going forward.

And I will lead the party during that period to ensure that discussion takes place and we move on into the future.

A period of reflection before a leadership election is exactly what

Len McCluskey, the Unite general secretary,

should should happenwhen asked last month about Corbyn’s future if Labor lost.

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************************** Jeremy Corbyn speaking after the Islington North result was announced. Photograph: Hannah McKay / Reuters

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The SNP have taken Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill from (Labor) Britain Elects(@ britainelects)

Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill: SNP GAIN

SNP: (******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 0% ( 7.9)
LAB: 36 .4% (-7.2)
CON: (**********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 7% (-3.5) (******************************************************************* LDEM: 3.2% ( 1.2) GRN: 1.7% ( 1.7)

Swing: Lab to SNP ( 7.6) (**************************************************************** (Turnout:

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Jessica Murray

The Tories took the Laborer stronghold, gaining Redcar with a (**********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. % increase in vote share (see

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The (Labor) ************ candidate,Anna Turley, has been the constituency’s MP since 2017 and has previously been critical ofJeremy Corbyn, quitting his shadow cabinet in 2019 and saying he was “completely out of touch with reality”.

The seat has been Labor since (**********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, other than when it was briefly held by the Lib Dems between and 2016. In (****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, Labor took******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** 5% of the votes, significantly ahead of the Conservatives’ (****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************%. Here are the results:

(**************************************************************************** (Jacob Young (Conservatives)) , (************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. ****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** (% – up) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************ (%)****************************************************************** (**************************************************************************** Anna Turley (Labor)********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** (39. (% – down) *************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** (%)

    Jacqui Cummins (Brexit Party) 2, **********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

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  • (************************************************************************** Karen King (Liberal Democrats) 2, ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** (4.) **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** (% – down 1.) *********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** (%) **************************************************************************** Frankie Wales (Independent) 1, (3. (%)
  • Rowan Mclaughlin (Green)**************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** () ****************************************************************************** (1.) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************ ()****************************************************************
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    North East Fife was about as marginal as marginal could be – only two votes separated the SNP from the Lib Dems, who were in second place in 2017. The Lib Dems have more than made up the difference tonight:

    Britain Elects(@ britainelects)

    North East Fife: LD GAIN

    (LDEM:) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 1% ( (.2) (********************************************** SNP: (.2% ( 7.3) (**************************************************************** (CON: (. 0%) – 1) (LAB: 3.7% (-5.9)

    Swing: SNP to LD ( 1.4) (******************************************************** Turnout: 81. 3% ********************************** full results: (https://t.co/TxsLgj4D4d

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    And the Tories have ousted

    Caroline Flintin Don Valley: (**************************Britain Elects(@ britainelects)Don Valley: Con GAIN********** CON: (************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 2% ( 1.5) (LAB:) ******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** (. 2%) – .8) (************************************************************ BREX: 13. 7% ( (************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 7)

    Swing: Lab to Con ( 9.6) (************************************************** Turnout: 3 %
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    The Tories have won Tony Blair’s old Sedgefield seat.

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    Sedgefield: Con GAIN

    CON : .2% ( 8.4) () ****************************************************************** (LAB:) ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************* (. 3%) – (1) (************************************************** (BREX: 8.5% ( 8.5)) LDEM: 4.7% ( 2.8) GRN: 2.4% ( 0.8)

    Swing: Lab to Con ( 12. 8) (****************************************************************** Turnout: (6%) ************************************************************
    Full results: https: / /t.co/wVfQPUtvng (# GE) *****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

    Tony Blair’s former seat. (December) ,

Claire Ellicott(@ ClaireEllicott1)Tories playing ‘Things can only get better’ at CCHQ (December) ,

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An altercation broke out whileJohn McDonnellwas making his acceptance speech , Sky News have reported. People in the audience started shouting “terrorist” and “liar”, prior to the incident. As police dealt with it, McDonnell went on to say:

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It is quite clear that there are fears also now for our democracy and the rise of the extreme right, but I say now we will organize to ensure this type of democracy will reign, that the democratic wishes of our People will be respected, and this type of extreme rightwing violence will not be tolerated within our society.

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Jeremy Corbynis still speaking.

He says the pressure on people in the public life is high. And the attacks on people in public life are disgusting.

He thanks his family, particularly his wife, for all she has had to put up with, especially because of the attacks from the media.

He says it has been a “very disappointing night” for (Labor)

But the party put forward a manifesto of hope, he says.

And he says the party’s policies were popular.

But Brexit has polarized debate, he says.

He says the issues of social justice will not go away. They will come back. And the fundamental Labor message is one that will be there for all time.

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I will not lead the party in any future general election campaign.

But he says a discussion will take place as to what happens next.

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More gains for the Tories: The have ousted the Laborformer cabinet minister,David Hanson, in Delyn and won the Barrow and Furness seat.

Britain Elects(@ britainelects)

Barrow and Furness: Con GAIN

(CON:) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 0% ( 7.0) **************************************************************** (LAB:) **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** 9 % (-6.6)

BREX: 3.1% ( 3.1)

(GRN: 1.6% ( 0.8)******************************************** LDEM: 0.5% (-2.2)Swing: Lab to Con ( 6.8) (************************************************************** (Full results: (https://t.co/wVfQPUtvng (# GE) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************* (December) *********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************,

Britain Elects(@ britainelects)

Delyn: Con GAIN

CON : 7% ( 2.3)

LAB: (. 4%) – 8. (************************************************ LDEM: 6.1% ( 3.5)************************************************************** (BREX: 5.1% ( 5.1)) (PC: 3.7% (-0.1)) Swing: Lab to Con ( 6.6)

Full results: https: / /t.co/wVfQPUtvng (# GE) ***************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** (December) ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************,

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The Tories have taken the Gedling, High Peak and Bolton North East seats from (Labor) ***********

)Britain Elects(@ britainelects)

Gedling: Con GAIN

CON : 5% ( 2.7) (LAB:) ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** .1% (-7.8) (**************************************************************** LDEM: 4.6% ( 2.6) **************************************************************** BREX: 3.6% ( 3.6) (******************************************************************** (GRN: 2.2% ( 1.2)

Swing: Lab to Con ( 5.2) (************************************************** Turnout: 0% (************************************************** (Full results:************************************************************************ https://t.co/wVfQPUtvng

******************************************************************* (# GE) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************ (December) ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, ******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************Britain Elects(@ britainelects)

High Peak: Con GAIN

CON: 9% ( 0.5)
LAB: (.8% (-4.9)

LDEM: 5.1% ( 0.1) (******************************************************************** BREX: 2.2% ( 2.2) (******************************************************************* (GRN: 2.1% ( 2.1)

Swing: Lab to Con ( 2.7) (**************************************************************** (Full results: (https://t.co/wVfQPUtvng (# GE) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

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Bolton North East: Con GAIN

(CON:) ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** 4% ( 3.2) (LAB:) . 5% (-6.1)
(BREX: 4.3% ( 4.3)) LDEM: 4.2% ( 1.3) (**************************************************************** GRN: 1.6% ( 0.8)

Swing: Lab to Con ( 4.7) ************************************ Turnout: 64. 5% (**************************************************************** (Full results:) *************************************************************************************** (https://t.co/wVfQPUtvng) (# GE)

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Jeremy Corbyn

’s result is being declared. He gets (**********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** sounds, ahead of the Lib Dem in second place on 8, – a majority of************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, ******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. **********

Britain Elects(@ britainelects)

Islington North: Lab HOLD

LAB: (******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 3% (-8.7) (******************************************************************** (LDEM:) ******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 6% ( 6.6) **************************************** CON: 10. 2% (-2.3) GRN: 8.0% ( 3.9) (**************************************************** BREX : 1.4% ( 1.4)

Swing: -8.7 (**************************************************************** (Turnout:) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************* (6%) ************************************************************
Full results: https://t.co/ pHAmhckPls (# GE

Labor Leader Jeremy Corbyn back .

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Corbyn is speaking now. He thanks his constituents, and says it is his pride and pleasure to represent them in par liament.

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Ruth Smeeth

, the (Laborcandidate for Stoke-on-Trent North, who anticipates she will lose her seat tonight, has launched an attack onJeremy Corbyn’sleadership, and said he should announce his resignation from his election count in Islington today.

The former parliamentary chair of the Jewish Labor Movement, which passed a vote of no confidence against Corbyn in April, said there is “no justification” for his remaining as leader:

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Jeremy Corbyn’s action on antisemitism have made us the nasty party. We are the racist party. When you have a prime minister who has said such vile Islamophobic comments and we’re the racist party because of the actions of my leader, then we have a real real problem.

The Labor party needs to be detoxified, we need to move on and this culture needs to be destroyed within the party.

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Dominic Raab

, the foreign secretary, has held his seat in Esher and Walton. He had (****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************ votes, ahead of his Lib Dem opponent, Monica Harding, who was on (************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, – a majority of 2, (******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. **********

At the last election Raab had a majority of (***********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************, (**************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. But, as a prominent Brexiter, he was vulnerable in a seat that voted remain by more than 66%.

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Britain Elects(@ britainelects)

Richmond Park: LD GAIN

LDEM: (************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************. 1% ( 8.0) *************************************************************** (CON: 043 .2% (-3.9)

(LAB: 5.2% (-3.9)) ************************************************************** (IND (Shah): 0.4%

************************************** (IND (Usher): 0.1%

Swing: Con to LD ( 5.9) (************************************************** Turnout: 2%
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These are fromWill Jennings, the academic and elections specialist.

Will Jennings(@ drjennings)Change in the Conservative vote seems to have been highly correlated with support for Brexit.

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************* (December) , (**********************************************************************************************Will Jennings(@ drjennings)It seems that Labor suffered particularly heavy losses in constituencies with under 25% graduates, faring rather better in those with more than that.

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Conservative sources claim they have taken the Labor-held seat of Wakefield, the Press Association reports.

Mary Creaghis a senior (Labor) backbencher and was chairwoman of the environmental audit select committee in the last parliament. Wakefield is a Tory target and it would take a 2. (**************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************% swing to win.

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