December 13, 2019 5.11 am This story is over 47 months old

Conservatives hold Brigg and Goole

The results are in

The Brigg and Goole seat has been held by the Conservatives.

The party’s Andrew Percy took the seat with 30,941 votes – a majority of 30,941.

Turnout was 66.2% – a total of 43,620 votes.

Here’s how the vote panned out for each candidate:

  • Jo Baker, Green: 1,281
  • David Dobbie, Liberal Democrat: 2,180
  • Majid Khan, Labour: 9,000
  • Andrew Percy, Conservative: 30,941

The number of registered voters for this year’s election was down by 130 people compared to 2017, with 65,939 people signed up.

In 2017, Conservative Andrew Percy took the majority with 27,219 ballot papers – 7.4% higher than their 2015 victory. The party has/had held the seat since 2010 when it took over from Labour.

See the MP seats across Greater Lincolnshire as they are declared: