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Wythenshawe And Sale Byelection Results

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Mike Kane (Lab) 13,261 (55.34%, +11.21%)

John Bickley (UKIP) 4,301 (17.95%, +14.50%)

The Rev Daniel Critchlow (CON) 3,479 (14.52%, -11.03%)

Mary Di Mauro (LD) 1,176 (4.91%, -17.44%)

Nigel Woodcock (Green) 748 (3.12%)

Eddy O'Sullivan (BNP) 708 (2.95%, -0.90%)

Captain Chaplington-Smythe (Loony) 288 (1.20%)

Voter turnout was a miserable 28.24% so by all accounts, not exactly a ringing endorsement for anyone.

Labour no doubt will be very happy. I wonder how many of the votes cast were fraudulent postal votes?

Not as good a result as expected for UKIP

A headache for Lynton Crosby and CP HQ

A well deserved disaster for the Lib dems. They lost their deposit (snigger)

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Mike Kane (Lab) 13,261 (55.34%, +11.21%)

John Bickley (UKIP) 4,301 (17.95%, +14.50%)

The Rev Daniel Critchlow (CON) 3,479 (14.52%, -11.03%)

Mary Di Mauro (LD) 1,176 (4.91%, -17.44%)

Nigel Woodcock (Green) 748 (3.12%)

Eddy O'Sullivan (BNP) 708 (2.95%, -0.90%)

Captain Chaplington-Smythe (Loony) 288 (1.20%)

Voter turnout was a miserable 28.24% so by all accounts, not exactly a ringing endorsement for anyone.

Labour no doubt will be very happy. I wonder how many of the votes cast were fraudulent postal votes?

Not as good a result as expected for UKIP

A headache for Lynton Crosby and CP HQ

A well deserved disaster for the Lib dems. They lost their deposit (snigger)

I don't know. Second place for UKIP was a very good result for them.

The turnout was depressing though.

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I don't know. Second place for UKIP was a very good result for them.

The turnout was depressing though.

Egg on face for Cameron

So not a total disaster

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So, over 70% of voters didn't vote for any of the candidates.

Surprised it wasn't more.

A resounding victory for the apathy party. All politicians are the same career expense claimers so what's the point of voting

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A resounding victory for the apathy party. All politicians are the same career expense claimers so what's the point of voting

Quite so!

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Rock solid Labour seat in Wythenshawe.

30% turnout on a miserable day in February to vote for a 100% certainty is astonishingly high frankly.

Tories lurch to the right to try and outmanovevre the fascists clearly a complete failure.

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Tories lurch to the right to try and outmanovevre the fascists clearly a complete failure.

Which fascists?

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This is a disaster for the Lib Dems. Next stop, Council elections, and then the Euros on 22nd May, when they will be reduced from 11 seats to between 0 and 3.

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This is a disaster for the Lib Dems. Next stop, Council elections, and then the Euros on 22nd May, when they will be reduced from 11 seats to between 0 and 3.

Lib Dems do have safe Parliamentary seats, but it isn't a great stretch of the imagination to suppose that Clegg&Co will be looking at significant losses overall, which makes his reported comments regarding a coalition with Labour a bit premature. The odds of holding the Westminster balance of power in 2015 are likely to be slimmer.

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