European election results

June 7, 2009 6:34 pm

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Last night, LabourList was breaking the European election results as they were announced in the different councils across the country, and feeding them to the mainstream media. The results can be seen below:

2:10am **FULL NORTH WEST RESULTS ** (seats in brackets)

BNP 132,094 (1)

Conservatives 423,174 (3

Lib Dems 235,639 (1)

Greens 127, 133

Labour 336,831 (2)

UKIP 261,740 (1)

1.55am ** FULL RESULTS WEST MIDLANDS ** (seats in brackets)

BNP 121, 967

Conservatives 396,847 (2) 28%

Lib Dems 170,246 (1)

Greens 88,244

Labour 240,201 (1) 17%

UKIP 300,471 (2) 21%

1.30am ** FULL SOUTH EAST RESULTS ** (seats in brackets) (no change)

BNP 101,769

Conservatives 812,288 (4)

Lib Dems 330,340 (2)

Greens 271,506 (1)

Labour 192,592 (1)

UKIP 440,002 (2)

1:15am ** FULL SOUTH WEST ELECTION RESULTS ** (seats in brackets)

BNP 60,889

Conservatives 468,742 (3)

Lib Dems 266,253 (1)

Greens 144,179

Labour 118,716

UKIP 341,845

** FULL EAST MIDLANDS RESULTS (seats in brackets) **

BNP 106,319

Cons 370,275 (2)

LD 151,428 (1)

Greens ?

Labour 206,945 (1)

UKIP 201,984 (1)

** Mary Honeyball and Claude Moraes will be returned to the EP for Labour **

** FULL LONDON RESULTS (seats in brackets) **

BNP 86,420

Conservative 479,037 (3)

Lib Dems 240,156 (1)

Greens 190,589 (1)

Labour 372,590 (2)

UKIP 188,440 (1)

** UPDATE: Full Waltham Forest results: **

** UPDATE: Waltham Forest result: (Turnout 32%) **

Labour 13,204 (25%) (+2%)

Conservatives 10,279 (19%) (nc)

Lib Dems 7,069 (-2%)

Greens 6,664 (+3%)

UKIP 5,529 (10.6%) (-2%)

** UPDATE: Plymouth results: **

UKIP 14,785

Conservatives 14,767

Labour 7,151

Lib Dems 6,228

Greens 3885

**UPDATE: Chorley results: **

Conservatives 9,766

Labour 6,251

UKIP 5,511

Lib Dems 2,674

BNP 2008

Greens 2004

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UPDATE: Griffin almost certain to win a seat in NW region. BNP up on the Greens by 8,000 as it stands with their stronger areas still to report. This is horrific.

**UPDATE: Wales region results ** (seats in brackets)

BNP 37,114

Christian 13,037

Conservatives 145,193 (1)

Lib Dems 73,082

Plaid 126,702 (1)

Green 38,160

Labour 138,852 (1)

UKIP 87,585 (1)

** UPDATE: Richard Corbett loses his seat to the BNP **

**UPDATE: Yorkshire and Humber region results ** (seats in brackets)

BNP 120,139 (1)

Cons 299,802 (2)

English Dems 31,287

Lib Dems 161,552 (1)

Greens 104,456

Labour 230,009 (1)

UKIP 213,759 (1)

UPDATE: Labour in 5th place in 36 councils.

UPDATE: Barrow results:

Conservatives 4,265

Labour 4,612

UKIP 2,814

Lib Dems 1,648

BNP 1,130

Greens 887

UPDATE: Labour wins Birmingham by 9,000.

UPDATE: The fantastic Richard Corbett MEP says: “looks like I’ve lost my seat to the BNP.”

UPDATE: No change in East of England in terms of seats:

Conservatives 3

UKIP 2

Lib Dems 1

Labour 1

** UPDATE: Labour wins in Islington **

** UPDATE: Sandwell results: **

Labour 20,951

UKIP 12,917

Tories 12,794

BNP 8,806

LibDems 4,245

Greens 3,168

UPDATE: UKIP polling very highly in West Midlands.

** UPDATE: Wakefield result: ** (BNP look like getting a seat in Yorkshire and Humber)

Labour 16,126

Conservatives 14,455

UKIP: 12,919

BNP 9,108

Lib Dems 5,936

Greens 4,298

** UPDATE: Conservatives to win Wales region **

** UPDATE: Conservatives to win Yorkshire region **

** UPDATE: Leeds result Conservatives win with 22.5% **

** UPDATE: Hammersmith and Fulham result: **

Conservatives 15,305

Labour 8,014

Lib Dems 5,085

Green 4,855

UKIP 2,892

BNP 1,179

Christian 902

UPDATE: Nick Griffin not confident in NorthWest; BNP may win a seat in Yorkshire.

UPDATE: Sky projection for South East: Con 440,000 / UKIP 220,000 / LD 170,000 / Green 130,00 / Labour 90,000.

** UPDATE: UKIP wins in Hull **

** UPDATE: Cornwall results: **

Conservatives 46,589

UKIP 39,954

Lib Dems 29,436

Greens 13,361

Mebyon Kernow 11,534

Labour 8,483

** UPDATE: Calderdale results: **

Conservatives: 12,037

UKIP: 7,585

Labour: 7,432

Lib Dems: 6,118

BNP: 4,709

Green: 4,559

** UPDATE: Hackney results: **

Labour 34.1%

Green 22.7%

Conservatives 15%

Lib Dems 11.7%

UKIP 4.5%

Christian 3.6%

BNP 2.2%

BBC reporting 10% BNP vote in Leeds and 13% in Wakey.

** UPDATE: Rochdale results:**

Conservatives 8,909

Labour 8,568

Lib Dems 8,299

UKIP 7,141

BNP 4,905

Greens 2,590

Report that UKIP win Hull on a 20%

Reports that Labour up to 37% in Leicester

** UPDATE: Ealing result: **

Labour 18,610

Con 18,503

Lib Dems 8,730

Green 7,426

UKIP 5,802

Ind 4,718

Christian 2,401

BNP 2,200

** UPDATE: Barnsley result: **

Labour 12,500

UKIP 9,500

BNP 8,500

Conservative 8,000

UPDATE: ** PM to delay the part-privatisation of Royal Mail and announce an inquiry into the Iraq War **

UPDATE: Tories likely to top the poll in Wales.

** UPDATE: Cheshire West and Chester results: **

Con 34.09%

UKIP 17.5%

Lab 15.52%

Lib 12.16%

Green 7.8%

BNP 5.92%

** UPDATE: Sheffield results:**

Labour 29,143

Greens 24,312

UKIP 14,390

BNP 12,607

Others 18,111

** NEW! NORTH EAST REGION FULL RESULTS **

TURNOUT 30.4% (-11%)

Labour 25% (1 seat) (-9%)

Conservatives 20% (1 seat) (+1%)

Liberal Democrats 18% (1 seat)

UKIP 15% (0 seats) (+3%)

BNP 9% (0 seats)

No change from 2004.

** UPDATE: Blackpool results: **

Conservatives 10,306

Labour 6,961

UKIP 6,456

BNP 3,523

Lib Dems 3,067

Greens 1,668

** UPDATE: Enfield Result:**

Conservatives 20,345

Labour 15,385

UKIP 7,916

Green 5,876

Lib Dems 5,398

BNP 3,145

Christian 2,281

** UPDATE: Bexley results: **

Conservative 30.6%

UKIP 20.6%

Labour 13.8%

BNP 12.3%

Lib Dem 7.3%

Greens 5.5%

English Democrats 3%

** UPDATE: Watford result **

Lib Dem 5,717

Conservative 5,124

Lab 3,839

UKIP 2,869

Green 2,128

BNP 1,l119

UPDATE: Pirate Party gains Swedish seats in European Parliament.

UPDATE: Labour could be fifth in the SouthEast.

UPDATE: Lib Dems say BNP will not have won a seat in NW (BBC)

** UPDATE: Full Newcastle results: **

Lib Dem 15,646

Labour 14,148

Conservative 8,678

UKIP 6,876

BNP 5,152

Green 4,443

** UPDATE: Full Manchester Results: **

Labour 27,502 (31%)

Lib Dem 16,424

Green 12,225

Conservative 11,896

UKIP 8,002

BNP 6,796

** UPDATE: Blackburn with Darwen result: **

Labour 26.6%

Conservative 24.4%

Lib Dems 12.7%

UKIP 12.1%

BNP 9.2%

** UPDATE: Conservatives win in Westminster, Labour second. **

** UPDATE: Full results for Burnley: **

Liberal Democrat 5,422

Labour 4,246

Conservative 4,058

UKIP 3,536

BNP 3,500

Green 1,021

UPDATE: Nick Griffin has been prevented from entering Manchester Town Hall by anti-fascist groups.

UPDATE: Socialists win in Denmark.

UPDATE: BBC projecting Labour’s vote at 23%, probably above UKIP.

UPDATE: Nigel Farage says UKIP will get close to 20% of the vote tonight.

UPDATE: Europe wide turnout is thought to be the lowest ever, at 43%.

UPDATE: Mid Devon sample: Conservative 37%, UKIP 20%, Lib Dems 19%.

UPDATE: A borough in the NorthWest region is reporting, from a 7% sample, a projected Labour win:

Labour 28%

Conservative 24.5%

UPDATE: Nick Griffin has just said the BNP are confident in Yorkshire.

UPDATE: Early reports are that Labour are currently ahead of the SNP in Glasgow.

UPDATE: Reports that Labour will be 6th in Cronwall, behind Tories, UKIP, Lib Dems, Cornish Nationals, Greens

First indications from the northwest region are good for Labour. The latest samples from Manchester are:

(4,500 ballots)

Labour 1,454 (34%)

Liberal Democrat 715 (17%)

Conservative 599 (14%)

UKIP 407 (9%)

BNP 329 (8%)

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