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UK General Election 2010 Results: Conservatives Gain High Peak

The Conservative Party has won another Labour seat in the 2010 UK General Election as their candidate Andrew Bingham won the High Peak ward in England’s East Midlands.

The Conservative candidate won with a majority of 4,677, with 40.9% of the 50,337 votes cast.

High Peak 2010 UK General Election Results:

  • Andrew Bingham – Conservative – 20,587
  • Caitlin Bisknell – Labour – 15,910
  • Alistair Stevens – Liberal Democrat – 10,993
  • Sylvia Hall – UK Independence Party – 1,690
  • Peter Allen – Green – 922
  • Lance Dowson – Independent – 161
  • Tony Alves – Independent – 74

This result reflected a fall of Labour votes of 9.5% from 2005, and a rise in Conservative votes of 3.6%.

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