Election 2015: Leeds results round up

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Check out our General Election results round up for Leeds.

MORLEY AND OUTWOOD - Conservative gain

Ed Balls, Labour - 18,354

Rebecca Taylor, Lib Dem - 1,426

Arnie Craven, Yorkshire First - 479

Andrea Jenkyns - Conservative - 18, 776

David Dews, UKIP - 7,951

Martin Hemingway, Green - 1,264

PUDSEY - Conservative hold

Stuart Andrew - Conservatives - 23,637

Jamie Hanley - Labour - 19,136

Roger Tattersall - UKIP - 4,699

Rik Downes - Liberal Democrats - 1,927

Claire Allen - Greens - 1,539

LEEDS WEST - Lab hold

*Rachel Reeves (Lab) 18,456 (48.03%, +5.74%)

Alex Pierre-Traves (C) 7,729 (20.12%, +0.40%)

Anne Murgatroyd (UKIP) 7,104 (18.49%, +15.55)

Andrew Pointon (Green) 3,217 (8.37%, +3.65%)

Laura Coyle (LD) 1,495 (3.89%, -20.30%)

Matthew West (CSA) 217 (0.56%)

Ben Mayor (TUSC) 205 (0.53%)

Lab maj 10,727 (27.92%)

2.67% swing C to Lab

Electorate 64,950; Turnout 38,423 (59.16%, +1.71%)

2010: Lab maj 7,016 (18.10%) - Turnout 38,752 (57.45%)

Reeves (Lab) 16,389 (42.29%); Coleman (LD) 9,373 (24.19%); Marjoram

(C) 7,641 (19.72%); Beverley (BNP) 2,377 (6.13%); Blackburn (Green) 1,832 (4.73%); Miles (UKIP) 1,140 (2.94%)

LEEDS EAST - Lab hold

Richard Burgon (Lab) 20,530 (53.75%, +3.35%)

Ryan Stephenson (C) 7,997 (20.94%, -2.24%)

Mark Maniatt (UKIP) 7,256 (19.00%)

Ed Sanderson (LD) 1,296 (3.39%, -14.11%)

Kate Bisson (Green) 1,117 (2.92%)

Lab maj 12,533 (32.81%)

2.80% swing C to Lab

Electorate 64,754; Turnout 38,196 (58.99%, +0.87%)

2010: Lab maj 10,293 (27.22%) - Turnout 37,813 (58.11%)

Mudie (Lab) 19,056 (50.40%); Anderson (C) 8,763 (23.17%); Tear (LD)

6,618 (17.50%); Brown (BNP) 2,947 (7.79%); Davies (Green Soc) 429

(1.13%)

LEEDS CENTRAL - Lab hold

*Hilary Benn (Lab) 24,758 (54.96%, +5.66%)

Nicola Wilson (C) 7,791 (17.29%, -2.87%)

Luke Senior (UKIP) 7,082 (15.72%)

Michael Hayton (Green) 3,558 (7.90%)

Emma Spriggs (LD) 1,529 (3.39%, -17.44%)

Liz Kitching (TUSC) 330 (0.73%)

Lab maj 16,967 (37.66%)

4.27% swing C to Lab

Electorate 81,799; Turnout 45,048 (55.07%, -2.73%)

2010: Lab maj 10,645 (28.47%) - Turnout 37,394 (57.80%)

Benn (Lab) 18,434 (49.30%); Taylor (LD) 7,789 (20.83%); Lamb (C)

7,541 (20.17%); Meeson (BNP) 3,066 (8.20%); Procter (Ind) 409

(1.09%); One-Nil (ND) 155 (0.41%)

LEEDS NORTH WEST - Lib Dem hold

Greg Mulholland - Lib Dem - 15,948

Alex Sobel - Labour - 13,041

Alex Story - Conservatives - 8,083

Tim Goodall - Green Party - 3,042

Julian Metcalfe - UKIP - 297

Bob Buxton - Yorkshire First - 143

Mike Davies - Green Socialists - 79

Mark Flanagan - Above and Beyond - 24

ELMET AND ROTHWELL - Conservative hold

Shelbrooke, Alec - Con - 27,978

King, Veronica , Labour, 19,488

Spivey, Paul - UKIP - 6,430

Golton, Stewart - Lib Dem - 2,640

Brooks, Dave - Green - 1,261

LEEDS NORTH EAST - Labour hold

CARTER Emma 2541 Green Party

CHOUDHRY Aqila 2569 Liberal Democrats

FOOTE Celia Elizabeth 451 Alliance for Green Socialism - Save NHS

HENDON Warren 3706 UK Independence Party (UKIP)

UZIELL-HAMILTON Fabian 23137 Labour Party

WILSON Simon 15887 The Conservative Party

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Ed Balls loses Morley and Outwood seat by 422 votes: Click here full story and reaction

Stuart Andrew beats off strong challenge to win Pudsey for Tories: Click here for full story and reaction

Hilary Benn storms to victory in Leeds Central: Click here for full story and reaction

Increased majority sees Shelbrooke hold onto Elmet and Rothwell seat: Click here for full story and reaction

Young pretender sweeps to victory in Leeds East: Click here for full story and reaction

Rachel Reeves holds Leeds West for Labour with increased majority: Click here for full story and reaction

Fabian Hamilton cements hold on Leeds North East seat: Click here for ful;l story and reaction

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