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East Sussex, Old Hastings and Tressel

Labour 961 (56.5 per cent, up 7.4 per cent on 2013), Conservatives 368 (21.6 per cent, +6 per cent), UKIP 174 (10.2 per cent, -12.2 per cent), Green 149 (8.8 per cent, +0.5 per cent), Lib Dem 48 (2.8 per cent, -1.6 per cent)

Labour hold. 0.75 per cent swing from Conservative to Labour since 2013

Gwynedd, Morfa Nefyn –

Plaid Cymru 315 (71.9 per cent, -5.5 per cent since 2012) Llais Gwynedd – The Voice of Gwynedd 123 (28.1 per cent, +5.5 per cent since 2012)

Plaid Cymru hold. 5.5 per cent swing from Plaid Cymru to Llais Gwynedd since 2012

Hastings, Central St Leonards

Labour 481 (44 per cent, -9.1 per cent since 2014), Conservative 259 (23.7 per cent, +10.9 per cent), Ind 184 (16.8 per cent, 9.5 per cent), UKIP 77 (7 per cent, -8.8 per cent), Green Party 75 (6.9 per cent, -0.9 per cent), Lib Dem 17 (1.6 per cent, -1.5 per cent)

Labour hold. 10 per cent swing from Labour to Conservatives since 2014.

Hastings, St Helens

Conservatives 663( 43.5 per cent, +3.6 per cent since 2014), Labour 557( 36.5 poer cent, +2.1 per cent), Lib Dem 136 (8.9 per cent, +5.1 per cent), UKIP 120 (7.9 per cent, -13.9 per cent), Green Party 48 (3.1 per cent from nowhere)

Conservatives hold. 0.75 per cent swing from Labour to Conservative since 2014

Hounslow, Brentford 

Labour 1,292 (54 per cent, +7.9 per cent on 2014) Conservatives 664 (27.7 per cent, +13.2 per cent) Green Party 209 (8.7 per cent, -4.8 per cent) Lib Dems 116 (4.8 per cent, -1.3 per cent) UKIP 113 (4.7 per cent, -7.4 per cent)

Labour hold. 2.6 per cent swing from Labour to Conservatives since 2014.

Hyndburn, Spring Hill

Labour 778 ( 55.3 per cent, +5.4 per cent since 2014 ) Conservative 475 ( 33.8 per cent, -0.5 per cent )UKIP 137 ( 9.7 per cent, -6.1 per cent ) Green 17 ( 1.2 per cent from nowhere)

Labour hold, 3 per cent swing from Conservative to Labour.

North Lanarkshire, Thorniewood –

SNP 1,555, Labour 1410, Conservatives 149, SSP 81, Green Party 51, Christian Party33, UKIP 29. (First preferences)

SNP hold

Sandwell, Newton

Labour 1,152 ( 59.1 per cent, +11.1 per cent on May), Conservative 452 (23.2 per cent, -5.7 per cent), UKIP 310 (15.9 per cent, -7.3 per cent), Green 36 (1.8 per cent from nowhere)

Labour hold. 8.5 per cent swing from Conservatives to Labour since May.

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