Friday, March 01, 2013

Eastleigh by election result and the 0.15%ers (aka Useless Lazy Trots)

Eastleigh By Election Turnout was 52.7%, down from 69.3% at the 2010 general election. Results in full:

Mike Thornton (Liberal Democrat) 13,342 (32.06%, -14.48%)

Diane James (UKIP) 11,571 (27.80%, +24.20%)

Maria Hutchings (Conservative) 10,559 (25.37%, -13.96%)

John O'Farrell (Labour) 4,088 (9.82%, +0.22%)
Danny Stupple (Independent) 768 (1.85%, +1.56%)

Dr Iain Maclennan (National Health Action Party) 392 (0.94%)

Ray Hall (Beer, Baccy and Crumpet Party) 235 (0.56%)

Kevin Milburn (Christian Party) 163 (0.39%)

Howling Laud Hope (Monster Raving Loony Party) 136 (0.33%)

Jim Duggan (Peace Party) 128 (0.31%)

David Bishop (Elvis Loves Pets) 72 (0.17%)

Michael Walters (English Democrats) 70 (0.17%, -0.30%)

Daz Procter (Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts) 62 (0.15%) aka Useless Lazy Trots Party

Colin Bex (Wessex Regionalist) 30 (0.07%)

UPDATE: Check out Uncle Joe's "cut and paste" in comments below. Hilarious.


Anonymous said...

The new workers party

beaten by

David Bishop (Elvis Loves Pets Party) 72 (0.17%)

Uncle Joe said...

even the Beer, Baccy and Crumpet Party got 235(0.56%). Nearly 4 times as many.

The new workers obviously did no work and just sold newspapers.

At least they subsidised the cost of the electon to the British State with their £500 lost deposit.

Uncle Joe said...

This is so funny!


Darren Procter, member of the RMT Council of Executives, had been nominated and was endorsed by the SC. The Free Post Leaflet would be ready for Friday, at a cost of £1,200. CNWP members present agreed that the CNWP, as on previous occasions, would fund the £500 deposit

RMT delegates were concerned that an article on the SR web site suggested that TUSC should withdraw in favour of the National Health Action Party’s “grass roots candidate”. The RMT explained they may now consider withdrawing their support for SR being admitted onto the SC. Separately, the SC had contacted the NHAC about us trying to work together, but with no response yet. It was also reported that the NHAC candidate was not grass roots and had stood against TUSC for the Green party

Anonymous said...

never has so much hot air come from so few they sell papers in the gutter then go to the pub,, leave the unions out of your masterplan we dont want to be thought of as the mugs the sp are,, beaten by beer fags and crumpits take a hint kelly and your goons,,