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General Election

Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared

CON 307 LAB 258 LIB DEM 57 OTHER 28


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All Constituencies

Conservative gain over Labour

Top three parties at a glance
Conservative 110 % 36.72%
Labour 98 % 32.97%
Liberal Democrat 67 % 22.56%
Swing: 2.37% from Labour to Conservative
Candidate Party Votes % +/- %
Mike Weatherley The Argus: Tory Conservative Elected 18,294 36.72
Celia Barlow The Argus: Labour
Labour 16,426 32.97
Paul Elgood The Argus: ElectionsModule Party Logo Liberal Democrat 11,240 22.56
Ian Davey The Argus: ElectionsModule Party Logo Green 2,568 5.15
Paul Perrin The Argus: ElectionsModule Party Logo UK Independence Party 1,206 2.42
Brian Ralfe Independent 5 85 0.17
Majority 1,868 3.75
Turnout 49,819 69.47



General election shake-up likely to result in Brighton by-election

1:10pm Tuesday 11th May 2010

Politicians across Sussex have been waking up to life after the General Election.

Brighton Pavilion returns Caroline Lucas as UK's first Green MP The Argus: VICTORY: Caroline Lucas just after the result was announced at the Brighton Centre

6:03am Friday 7th May 2010

Caroline Lucas became Britain's first Green Party MP after winning the Brighton Pavilion seat - plus more Sussex results.

Where to buy your special election edition of The Argus The Argus: frontpage.jpg

1:59am Friday 7th May 2010

Today (Friday), we will be producing an exclusive election special edition of The Argus in Brighton and Hove featuring results and reaction from counts across Sussex, including the city's three seats which have already attracted interest from the national's media.

Blog: Getting my questions to the Brighton Pavilion candidates

11:32am Thursday 6th May 2010

By Judith Townend

Liveblog: Election night 2010 in Brighton, Hove and Sussex

8:21am Thursday 6th May 2010

People are already casting their votes across Sussex after polling stations opened at 7am.

Blog: Follow your leader - Brighton Pavilion. The Argus: They won't let me in!

3:20pm Wednesday 5th May 2010

The presenters of News night, the Politics show and whatever lame coverage Meridian are dishing up, would like you to believe that the constituency of Brighton Pavilion is that rare and newsworthy event, a 4 way marginal. Now this isn't something that happens just off the main drag in Phuket, what the media are implying is that basically Pavilion, is a 4 horse political race.

Election 2010: our guide to a hung parliament The Argus: Britain remains on course for a hung parliament, a poll showed

1:20pm Wednesday 5th May 2010

So, with all this talk of balanced and hung parliaments, we thought we'd put together a duffers guide to explain what COULD happen tomorrow.

Blog: Secrecy in the Election

12:28pm Wednesday 5th May 2010

Candidates can choose not to tell voters where they live.

Eastbourne Lib Dem volunteer arrested for Tory poster vandalism The Argus: ON BOARD: Nick Clegg travelling to Eastbourne this morning

9:19am Wednesday 5th May 2010

A volunteer for the Liberal Democrats has been arrested on suspicion of vandalising and stealing Conservative campaign posters and signs in East Sussex, according to police.

The big question: how will Brighton Pavilion vote on the 6th? The Argus: Rachel Childs and Phillip Gower, Patcham

8:44pm Monday 3rd May 2010

On Saturday 1 May in the parliamentary electorate of Brighton Pavilion, covering the town centre and stretching back in a funnel shape to the Downs at Devil's Dyke in the west and Sussex university in the east, three community correspondents headed out to the sunny streets to gauge the feelings of voters in Coldean, Patcham and Hanover.