Jessica Morden

Labour MP for Newport East

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Thank you to the voters of Newport East

A very big thank you to the voters of Newport East for putting your trust in me again. It's a huge privilege to be re-elected and I look forward to working with you all whether you voted for me or not to represent our wonderful community.

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Here's the full result and South Wales Argus coverage.

Labour                        14290
Conservative                 9585
UKIP                             6466
SLP                                398
Liberal Democrats          2251
Green                             887
Plaid                             1231

http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/news/12938980.ELECTION_2015__Labour_s_Jess_Morden_scores_Newport_East_hat_trick/

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ELECTION 2015: Labour's Jess Morden scores Newport East hat-trick (From South Wales Argus)

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ELECTION 2015: Labour's Jess Morden scores Newport East hat-trick

ELECTION 2015: Labour's Jess Morden scores Newport East hat-trick

ELECTION 2015: Labour's Jess Morden scores Newport East hat-trick 

LABOUR'S Jessica Morden scored a hat-trick with her third election win in a row for Newport East.

Ms Morden increased her majority to 4,705, up from 1,650 in 2010.

As in Newport West, the Conservatives came in second and UKIP in third, leaving the Liberal Democrats with in fourth in East and fifth in West.

Applause erupted in the Newport Velodrome as Ms Morden was declared the winner.

She said: "It is a huge honour to represent this constituency over the last five years, I look forward to doing it in the future."

She said she hopes she will not have to spend the next five years fighting the same issues as she has over the last five years.

The turnout was recorded as 62.8 per cent, compared to 63 per cent in 2010.

Full results:

Jessica Morden (Labour) 14290
Natasha Asghar (Cons) 9585
David Stock (UKIP) 6466
Shangara Singh Bhatoe (SLP) 398
Paul Halliday (Liberal Democrats) 2251
David McLean (Green) 887
Tony Salkeld (Plaid) 1231

 

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