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UK General Election 2010 Results: Conservatives Gain Pudsey from Labour

The Conservative Party have taken another key Labour seat in UK General Election 2010 as Stuart Andrew won Pudsey, Yorkshire, by 1,659 votes.

The margin represents a 3.4% majority, which is a swing of more than 7.5% from the 2005 result – thanks largely to Labour losing over 10% of their share from the last election.

Pudsey UK General Election 2010 Results:

  • Stuart Andrew – Conservative – 18,874
  • Jamie Hanley – Labour – 17,215
  • Jamie Matthews – Liberal Democrat – 10,224
  • Ian Gibson – British National Party – 1,549
  • David Dews – UK Independence Party – 1,221

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