Friday, June 09, 2017
GENERAL ELECTION 2017: BRIGG & GOOLE RESULT AND THOSE FOR NEIGHBOURING CONSTITUENCIES
Congratulations to Andrew Percy (Conservative) on his win in the June 2017 General Election vote for the Brigg & Goole Parliamentary Constituency.
Congratulations, also, to Labour's Nic Dakin on his victory in Scunthorpe County, which includes some settlements in Brigg Blog's catchment area.
Thirdly, congratulations to Sir Edward Leigh (Conservative) on winning Gainsborough - a constituency whose northerly border comes close to Brigg.
Andrew, Nic and Sir Edward had previously represented their constituencies as MPs.
BRIGG & GOOLE
Andrew Percy - Cons - 27,219 votes.
Terence Smith - Lab - 14,856.
David Jefferys - UKIP - 1,596
Jerry Lonsdale - Lib Dem - 836
Isabel Pires - Green - 550
Nic Dakin - Lab - 20,916
Holly Mumby-Croft - Cons - 17,485
Andy Talliss - UKIP - 1,247
Ryk Downes - Lib Dem - 554
Sir Edward Leigh - Cons - 31,790
Catherine Tite - Lab - 14,767
Lesley Rollings - Lib Dem - 3,630
Vicky Pearson - Green - 1,238
Nationally, it's what is called a hung Parliament with no party gaining sufficient seats to have overall control.
Our picture shows Andrew Percy in Brigg town centre, where he has an office.