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General election 2017: Bromley and Chislehurst

PUBLISHED: 04:16 09 June 2017 | UPDATED: 04:28 09 June 2017

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Full results of Thursday’s election as they happen – will Bob Neill hold Bromley and Chislehurst for the Conservatives?

The Tories have held their seat The Tories have held their seat

Voters have spent Thursday finally making their decision on who will lead the country – and the results are due in the early hours of Friday morning.

Here are the results:

The candidates are:

Bob Neill (Con) - 25,175 - ELECTED

Emmett Jenner (Ukip) - 1,383

Roisin Robertson (Green) - 1,150

Sam Webber (Lib Dem) - 3,369

Sara Hyde (Lab) - 15,585

Turnout: 71.6%

Results of the 2015 election:

Bob Neill (Con) - 53.0% - ELECTED

Emmett Jenner (Ukip) - 14.3%

John Courtneidge (Lab) - 22.2%

Roison Robertson (Green) - 4.1%

Sam Webber (Lib Dem) - 6.4%

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