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UK General Election 2010 Results: Conservatives Gain Harlow from Labour

The Conservative candidate, Robert Halfon, has ousted the Labour MP Bill Rammell from his seat in Harlow, Eastern England, in the 2010 UK General Election.

Halfon won by a large majority of 4,925 votes – which equates to a difference of 11.2% over Rammell, in second place.

Harlow General Election 2010 Results:

  • Robert Halfon – Conservative – 19,691
  • Bill Rammell – Labour – 14,766
  • David White – Liberal Democrat – 5,990
  • Eddie Butler – British National Party – 1,739
  • John Croft – UK Independence Party – 1,591
  • Oluyemi Adeeko – Christian Party – 101

The Conservatives claimed this seat thanks to a 4.1% increase in votes from 2005, enjoyed while Labour lost 7.7%.

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