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Election 2017: Full results for each Tower Hamlets constituency

PUBLISHED: 11:11 09 June 2017 | UPDATED: 12:11 09 June 2017

Rushanara Ali gives her victory speech at London ExCeL after winning the largest share of votes to continue as Bethnal Green and Bow MP.

Rushanara Ali gives her victory speech at London ExCeL after winning the largest share of votes to continue as Bethnal Green and Bow MP.

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Labour made gains in both Bethnal Green and Bow and Poplar and Limehouse.

Poplar & Limehouse MP Jim FitzpatrickPoplar & Limehouse MP Jim Fitzpatrick

Rushanara Ali improved on her 2015 result by 10.6pc, while Jim Fitzpatrick increased his share of the vote by 8.3pc

The Conservatives and Ukip lost out in both constituencies, while independent candidate Ajmal Masroor’s 6.5pc share was enough to see him retain his deposit.

The results in full:

Bethnal Green and Bow:

Rushanara Ali, Labour - 42,969 - 71.8pc

Charlotte Chirico, Conservative - 7,576 -12.7pc

Ajmal Masroor, independent - 3,888 - 6.5pc

William Dyer, Liberal Democrats - 2,982 - 5pc

Alistair Polson, Green Party - 1,516 - 2.5pc

Ian de Wulverton, Ukip - 894 - 1.5pc

Poplar and Limehouse:

Jim Fitzpatrick, Labour - 39,558 - 67.3pc

Christopher Wilford, Conservative - 11,846 - 20.1pc

Elaine Bagshaw, Liberal Democrats - 3,959 - 6.7pc

Oliur Rahman, independent - 1,477 - 2.5pc

Bethan Lant, Green Party - 989 - 1.7pc

Nicholas McQueen, Ukip - 849 - 1.4pc

David Barker, independent - 136 - 0.2pc


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