Friday, 1 March 2013

Beer, Baccy and Crumpet Party thrash English Democrats

Mike Thornton (Liberal Democrat) 13,342 (32.06%, -14.48%)


Diane James (UKIP) 11,571 (27.80%, +24.20%)


Maria Hutchings (Conservative) 10,559 (25.37%, -13.96%)


John O'Farrell (Labour) 4,088 (9.82%, +0.22%)


Danny Stupple (Independent) 768 (1.85%, +1.56%)


Dr Iain Maclennan (National Health Action Party) 392 (0.94%)


Ray Hall (Beer, Baccy and Crumpet Party) 235 (0.56%)


Kevin Milburn (Christian Party) 163 (0.39%)


Howling Laud Hope (Monster Raving Loony Party) 136 (0.33%)


Jim Duggan (Peace Party) 128 (0.31%)


David Bishop (Elvis Loves Pets) 72 (0.17%)


Michael Walters (English Democrats) 70 (0.17%, -0.30%)


Daz Procter (Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts) 62 (0.15%)


Colin Bex (Wessex Regionalist) 30 (0.07%)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Over 50% vote anti(UKIP)Antiish(Tory) EURO parties yet the pro EU lib dems win, sums up whats wrong with british politics.
Very bad vote for Lib Dems, Eng Dems, Labour and Tories only winners like them or not were yet again UKIP

David H said...

UKIP do not win elections, they split the vote, if this is repeated at a general election we will have another five years of labour, why on earth did the Liberals sell out and not demand PR?