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Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 307||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
|Top three parties at a glance|
|Swing: 5.19% from Labour to Conservative|
|Sir Malcolm Rifkind||Conservative Elected||17,595||50.06|
|Robin Meltzer||Liberal Democrat||6,872||19.55|
|Lady Caroline Pearson||UK Independence Party||754||2.15|
|Eddie Adams||Alliance for Green Socialism||197||0.56|
GENERAL ELECTION 2010 – LIVE BLOG
GENERAL ELECTION 2010 – LATEST NEWS
1:40pm Friday 16th April 2010
A row which erupted after an x-rated comment was posted on a politician’s website is rumbling on.
12:10pm Friday 16th April 2010
The man who said “Yes” to Falmer said the stadium was one of the biggest decisions of his careers – but claimed it got him in trouble with his wife.
10:57am Friday 16th April 2010
The Prime Minister is visiting Brighton today. Tell us what questions you would like to ask him.
12:40pm Thursday 15th April 2010
A majority of Tory candidates in Sussex would seek to overturn the ban on fox hunting if elected to Parliament, it has emerged.
7:37am Thursday 15th April 2010
UPDATED: The Green Party vowed "fair is worth fighting for" as it launched its General Election manifesto in Brighton today.
1:10pm Wednesday 14th April 2010
A politician has sparked a furious row after an x-rated comment aimed at leading Conservatives was posted on his website.
10:27am Wednesday 14th April 2010
In an era of 24-hour TV news, theargus.co.uk, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and countless blogs, do we still need doorstep canvassing from election candidates?
12:40pm Tuesday 13th April 2010
Three Sussex politicians are today starting new lives as ex-MPs after bidding farewell to the House of Commons for the last time.
2:46pm Monday 12th April 2010
Councillors are refusing to make controversial decisions before the general election in case it damages their parties' chances of taking MPs' seats.
8:00am Sunday 11th April 2010
A Parliamentary candidate has been drumming up local support – in Bolton, Liverpool and Leeds.