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Election 2017: Full results for each Barking and Dagenham constituency

PUBLISHED: 10:31 09 June 2017 | UPDATED: 10:47 09 June 2017

Jon Cruddas

Jon Cruddas

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Jon Cruddas held onto his Dagenham and Rainham seat despite significant gains by the Conservatives.

Margaret HodgeMargaret Hodge

Mr Cruddas increased his share of the vote by 8.7pc to hold off Julie Marson, who saw a 15.6pc increase in her share of the vote, with a majority of 4,652.

In Barking, Margaret Hodge increased her majority by 10.1pc, with the Conservatives also making gains of 6.2pc.

Ukip were the night’s biggest losers, with their share dipping by 15.8pc in Barking and 22.8pc in Dagenham and Rainham.

The results in full:

Barking:

Margaret Hodge, Labour - 32,319 - 67.8pc

Minesh Talati, Conservative - 10,711 - 22.5pc

Roger Gravett, Ukip - 3,031 - 6.4pc

Shannon Butterfield, Green Party - 724 - 1.5pc

Pauline Pearce, Liberal Democrats - 599 - 1.3pc

Noel Falvey, independent - 295 - 0.6pc

Dagenham and Rainham:

Jon Cruddas, Labour - 22,958 - 50.1pc

Julie Marson, Conservative - 18,306 - 39.9pc

Peter Harris, Ukip - 3,246 - 7.1pc

Denis Breading, Green Party - 544 - 1.2pc

Jonathan Fryer, Liberal Democrats - 465 -1pc

Paul Sturdy, British National Party - 239 - 0.5pc

Terence London, Concordia - 85 - 0.2pc

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