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How Lincolnshire voted in the European elections

UKIP gained their second MEP seat in the East Midlands after the European elections. Conservatives maintained two seats, and Labour one. The Lib Dems lost their longstanding MEP Bill Newton Dunn.

More on the East Midlands results.

The UKIP MEPs are Roger Helmer and Margot Parker; The Conservatives have Emma McClarkin and Andrew Lewer; Labour maintains Glenis Willmott.


UKIP topped the polls across Lincolnshire, including Lincoln.

Here are the votes and turnouts by local authority:


Lincoln – turnout 30.7%


North Kesteven – turnout 31.2%


West Lindsey – turnout 31.6%


East Lindsey – turnout 33.7%


South Kesteven – turnout 32.4%


Boston – turnout 33.3%


South Holland – 33.0%


Rutland – 35.6%


The turnout for the East Midlands was 33.3%.