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The current MP is [[Luciana Berger]] ([[Labour]]), the previous MP, [[Jane Kennedy]] ([[Labour]]), having stood down at the May 2010 general election.
 
The current MP is [[Luciana Berger]] ([[Labour]]), the previous MP, [[Jane Kennedy]] ([[Labour]]), having stood down at the May 2010 general election.
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==2017 General Election==
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Candidates:
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* [[Luciana Berger]] ([[Labour]]) incumbent
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* [[Ted Grant]] ([[Green Party]])
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* [[Denise Louise Haddad]] ([[Conservative]])
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* [[Adam Heatherington]] ([[Independent]])
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* [[Richard Kemp]] ([[Liberal Democrat]])
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Further information about candidates including website, social media and contact details can be found at [https://whocanivotefor.co.uk/elections/parl.2017-06-08/post-WMC:E14000795/liverpool-wavertree Who Can I Vote For?].
  
 
==2015 General Election==
 
==2015 General Election==

Latest revision as of 18:00, 30 May 2017

Liverpool, Wavertree is a Parliamentary constituency.

The current MP is Luciana Berger (Labour), the previous MP, Jane Kennedy (Labour), having stood down at the May 2010 general election.

2017 General Election

Candidates:

Further information about candidates including website, social media and contact details can be found at Who Can I Vote For?.

2015 General Election

Candidates announced:

Further information about candidates including website, social media and contact details can be found at YourNextMP.com.

2010 General Election Results

Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Luciana Berger 20,132 53.1 +3.6
Liberal Democrat Colin Eldridge 12,965 34.2 −6.4
Conservative Andrew Garnett 2,830 7.5 +1.0
UKIP Neil Miney 890 2.3 +0.4
Green Rebecca Lawson 598 1.6 N/A
Socialist Labour Party Kim Singleton 200 0.5 −0.2
BNP Steven McEllenborough 150 0.4 N/A
Independent Frank Dunne 149 0.4 N/A
Majority 7,167 18.9
Turnout 37,914 60.6 +12.8

Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/election2010/results/constituency/c68.stm

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