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UK General Election 2010 Results: Conservatives Win Dewsbury from Labour

The Conservative Party has gained the Dewsbury seat from Labour in the 2010 UK General Election as their candidate Simon Reevell claimed a majority of 1,526 over the Labour candidate, Shahid Malik.

Dewsbury UK General Election 2010 Results:

  • Simon Reevell – Conservative – 18,898
  • Shahid Malik – Labour – 17,372
  • Andrew Hutchinson – Liberal Democrat – 9,150
  • Khizar Iqbal – Independent – 3,813
  • Roger Roberts – British National Party – 3,265
  • Adrian Cruden – Green – 849
  • Michael Felse – English Democrats – 661

The Conservative victory was the result of a 3.3% increase from their 2005 vote, and a drop of 8.4% for Labour.

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