Peterborough by-election results: Labour, Lisa Forbes: 10, - Brexit Party, Mike Greene: 9, - Conservatives, Paul Bristow: 7, - Lib. The Brexit Party's Peterborough constituency by-election candidate Mike Greene addresses supporters during a rally at The Broadway Theatre. Mike Greene announced as The Brexit Party Candidate for Peterborough By-Election. Redaktionelle Stockbilder, Fotos und Aufnahmen.
Archiv: PeterboroughReturning officer Gillian Beasley (Chief Executive of Peterborough City Council) Jeremy Corbyn (Labour Party Leader) visits Peterborough to congratulate. Perfekte Peterborough Cambridgeshire Stock-Fotos und -Bilder sowie aktuelle Editorial-Aufnahmen von Getty Images. Download hochwertiger Bilder, die man. Shock as Labour squeak by in Peterborough by-election – but with less than a The polls have closed in the Peterborough parliamentary by-election, with the.
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S ajid Javid has told how he would punch bullies first if they racially abused him as as child, enjoys the occasional cigarette as well as a meal at the Nando's chain.
He also pledged to slash stamp duty on the most expensive homes to free up the market and help young families move if he becomes Prime Minister.
He said: "When I was 10 or 11 I punched someone. There were more than once if someone was being racist to me - it would be another child - I would just punch them and punch them first.
And kick them elsewhere. It's naughty. It's not what you expect someone who wants to be a Cabinet minister let alone Prime Minister to do in their childhood, but it was a natural reaction.
Listen to the podcast at here. N igel Farage is on the Today programme. He says that the Conservative party now could have to do.
We have pushed on further than Ukip ever could. He adds: "If we don't leave with a a clean Brexit on October 31 the Brexit party will power on.
Farage blames his loss on his party's lack of data about where the key voters are - something which Labour had been working on for months.
He says: "By-elections are won or lost on data - parties build up data, knowing who their voters or their potential voters are over a long period of time.
Mr Farage suggests his Brexit Party might not publish a policy manifesto but instead a "policy platform". He says: "If you look at the manifestos that have been delivered by the two so-called main parties in the last series of elections none of the pledges have ever been delivered.
Mr Farage suggests Labour would produce a "policy platform" or a "contract with the people" offering ideas for political reform and regional economic policies.
Asked if he would do an electoral pact with the Conservatives he says: "They may have to come and do a deal with us - who is to say.
All I know is I don't believe a word they say, I don't trust them. He adds: "I am not offering anyone a deal - we are an eight week old party, we are pushing on.
What will begin to happen is that Conservatives who want to leave will start to vote tactically. A big vote for delivering brexit in Peterborough but no pro early brexit MP.
Not a good result. We need more votes in parliament for just leaving as most Conservative and Brexit voters want to do.
The chairman of the Peterborough Conservative Association Wayne Fitzgerald said it was now essential the party committed to taking Britain out of the EU, even if it meant no deal.
Her parting gift is another dreadful election result, one that unfortunately reflects her three year tenure as Prime Minister.
She lost 33 Conservative MPs their seats in by calling a snap election and blowing a 20 point poll lead in one of the worst Conservative Party campaigns in its history.
She then promised to clear up the mess she created and Peterborough was at least one final opportunity to make a small measure of amends.
Unfortunately she could not do so for its dedicated former MP, Stewart Jackson, who decided he would not contest the seat again, and as for Paul Bristow, the dedicated local candidate, she was nowhere to be seen in Peterborough.
W hat can we learn from this by-election and will it have any impact on who is likely to replace Theresa May? Read the full story. S hadow chancellor John McDonnell said the Peterborough vote had "punctured the Brexit Party's balloon" after Mr Farage departed before the result was announced.
He tweeted: "A tough campaign won by a superb local candidate and hard campaigning work on the ground. Great to send Farage sneaking out by the back door, puncturing the Brexit Party's balloon.
Well done Lisa Forbes. L eave. EU said the result showed the Tories must work with Mr Farage or face defeat in a general election. T he Brexit Party said "no seat is safe" after their performance in Peterborough.
A remarkable result for our 8 week old party. If we can come so close in our st target seat, no seat is safe. Thanks to the people of Peterborough who voted for us - we promise you that we're here to stay!
S peaking to reporters after the result, Mike Greene said he would contest the seat again in the next general election.
There will be a general election soon. I'm sure the Government will let people down by October. Corbyn praises 'great win' for 'people powered' campaign.
Full results list Lisa Forbes Labour 10, Labour win by votes Labour has held onto the seat of Peterborough by their fingernails and saw off a Brexit Party insurgency.
Labour Party win by-election. Provisional result is in The provisional result is reportedly in, although it has yet to be announced.
Brexit Party believes it has lost by under votes The Brexit Party believes that it has lost by under votes, according to Sky News. It is thought the party will now demand a recount.
Nigel Farage arrives at the count. Brexit Party chairman says vote 'could be into recount territory'. Counting is progressing quicker than expected We may have a result within the next half hour to an hour - and Labour are feeling increasingly confident.
Mood improves in Labour camp It is still much too early to predict anything here. Brexit Party also now downplaying their chances Labour has run a pretty large ground operation here today.
Turnout confirmed Well, we now know what the turnout figure is in this race. It is higher than the locals - but not approaching general election levels.
All of ballot boxes are now in - and tellers are verifying votes Before they begin counting votes the tellers will verify them. As counting starts Labour wonder if they haven't done enough It is a strange mood here at the Peterborough count among Labour staff and supporters.
First ballot boxes arrive at the count The tension is building as the first votes to be counted arrive. Candidates in full This contest has become about the collapse of Conservatives support and the race between the Brexit Party and Labour.
But there are - to be frank - loads and loads of people standing. That has not happened either. The conclusion that the Labour leadership is drawing from this is that people actually wanted to talk about things other than Brexit.
By talking about council cuts, crime, and education, they managed not to fight on the same territory as their opponents and were able to carve out their own distinctive message, get out their core vote and sneak over the line.
Conservative leadership candidate Boris Johnson tweeted his "commiserations" to Tory candidate Paul Bristow, who, he said, "did not deserve to come third", while fellow contenders Dominic Raab, Matt Hancock and Jeremy Hunt said the result showed the threat from Labour.
Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis said the "clear message" from its poor performance in Peterborough as well as in recent council and European elections was the public wanted the government to deliver on the Brexit referendum result.
Polling expert Professor Sir John Curtice said the Peterborough by-election had not been as "dramatic" as the UK-wide European elections last month, in which the Brexit Party and Liberal Democrats came first and second.
But he added that the combined results had been "enough to disturb the regular rhythms of two-party politics". Ms Forbes caused controversy during the campaign when she liked a social media post which said Theresa May had a "Zionist slave masters agenda".
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