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General Election 2019: Conservatives hold on to South West Norfolk seat




The constituency of South West Norfolk has remained blue after Conservative Elizabeth Truss swept aside her rivals by keeping her seat in the House of Commons.

The Secretary of State for International Trade and Minister for Women and Equalities in Boris Johnson's Cabinet took 35,507 votes on the night with 69 per cent of the overall vote.

Nearest opponent, Labour's Emily Blake took 9,312 votes (18.1per cent), followed by the Liberal Democrat's Josie Ratcliffe (4,166 votes and 8.1 per cent), Pallavi Devulapalli of the Green Party (1,695 votes and 3.2 per cent) and Earl Elvis of Outwell of the Monster Raving Loony Party with 836 votes and 1.6 per cent of the overall vote.


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