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11 May 2015

General and Local Election 2015 Results East Midlands

The UK General Election was fought across all 46 Parliamentary Constituencies in the East Midlands on 7 May 2015. Previously the Conservatives held 30 of these seats, and Labour 16. Following the change of seats in Corby and Derby North the Conservatives now hold 32 seats and Labour 14.

The full list of the 2015 regional Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) is shown in the document below along with the elected MP.

General Election 2015: Results East Midlands

Local elections were also held across the region’s 40 unitary and district councils on 7 May 2015. The controlling party following the election, along with a link to the full results, are given in the document below.

Local Election 2015: Results East Midlands

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