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The Comedy of Errors

2017 General Election: How Nottingham City Voted

9 June 17

63% of Nottingham City's eligible voters turned out yesterday as all three seats were retained by the Labour party candidates...

Nottingham City's Labour MPs (from l-r): Chris Leslie, Lillian Greenwood and Alex Norris

Nottingham City MPs (from l-r): Chris Leslie, Lillian Greenwood and Alex Norris

Nottingham East

Barry Holiday – Liberal Democrats – 1,003 votes – 2.5% of total
Chris Leslie – Labour – 28,102 – 71.3%
David Bishop – Elvis and the Yeti Himalayan Party – 195 – 0.5%
Kat Boettge – Green Party – 698 – 1.8%
Robert Hall-Palmer – UKIP – 817 – 2.1%
Simon Murray – Conservative – 8512 – 21.6%

38,390 votes cast in Nottingham East, which was 57.4% of the eligible total of 66,886.

Nottingham South

Adam McGregor – Green – 598 votes – 1.2% of total
David Hollas – UKIP – 1,103 – 2.3%
Jane Hunt – Conservative – 14,851 – 30.8%
Lilian Greenwood – Labour – 30,013 – 62.2%
Tony Sutton – Liberal Democrats – 1,564 – 3.2%

A total of 48,266 votes were cast in Nottingham South, which was 67.8% of the eligible total (71,182).

Nottingham North

Alex Norris – Labour – 23,067 votes – 60.1% of total
Jack Tinley – Conservative – 11,907 – 31%
Kirsty Jones – Green Party – 538 – 1.4%
Stephen Crosby – UKIP – 2,133 – 5.6%
Tadeusz Jones – Liberal Democrats – 674 – 1.8%

39,441 votes cast were cast in Nottingham North, which was 63.9% of the eligible total of (61,760).

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