General election: Clean sweep for the Conservatives in Shropshire and Dunne wins again

Congratulations to Philip Dunne on being elected MP for Ludlow for the fourth time. He has now been MP since 2005. He has a vote share of 64%, up just 1% on 2017, and commands a 23,648 majority. Heather Kidd increased the Lib Dem vote share by 6%. Labour’s vote dropped by 9% coming third after parachuting Kuldip Sahota in as a last minute candidate. Hilary Wendt achieved a small increase for the Greens.

Shrewsbury & Atcham, Shropshire North, Wrekin and Telford were returned for the Conservatives.

Shropshire results

Ludlow was held by Philip Dunne, with an increased vote share of 1%. Second Lib Dems. Third Labour. Fourth Green. Full result.

Shrewsbury & Atcham was held Daniel Kawczynski, with an increased vote share of nearly 3%. Second Labour. Third Lib Dem. Fourth Green. Full result.

Shropshire North was held by Owen Paterson, with an increased vote share of 2%. Second Labour. Third Lib Dem. Fourth Green. Full result.

Telford was held by Conservative Lucy Allen, with an increased vote share of nearly 11%. Second Labour. Third Lib Dem.  Full result.  

Wrekin was held by Conservative March Pritchard with an increased vote share of 8%. Second Labour. Third Lib Dem. Fourth Green. Full result.

One thought on “General election: Clean sweep for the Conservatives in Shropshire and Dunne wins again

  1. I was on duty at the Food Bank yesterday as happy Ludlow folk full of the Christmas spirit trooped past to vindicate the policies that created it and vote for more of the same.

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