Brigg and Cleethorpes - UK Parliament Constituency

Here are the most recent election results for the Brigg and Cleethorpes constituency.

Note: Smaller parties may be omitted. The candidate with the largest vote who does not belong to one of the main parties is listed as 'Minor'. Votes listed for 'Other' are calculated by taking the votes from the main parties and 'Minor' away from the total votes cast.

NameBrigg and Cleethorpes
RegionYorkshire and the Humber
Current StatusAbolished

History

ElectionParty
Election 1992Conservative
Election 1987Conservative
Election 1983Conservative

Election 1992

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PartyVotesPercentageChange
Conservative31,67349.23%+0.57%
Labour22,49434.97%+12.25%
Liberal Democrat9,37414.57%N/A
Green7901.23%N/A
Majority9,17914.27%-
Turnout64,33177.03%+0.78%
Electorate83,510--
Swing from Conservative to Labour-5.84%-
Conservative hold

Election 1987

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PartyVotesPercentageChange
Conservative29,72548.67%-2.02%
SDP-Liberal Alliance17,47528.61%-0.69%
Labour13,87622.72%+2.71%
Majority12,25020.06%-
Turnout61,07676.25%+2.68%
Electorate80,096--
Swing from Conservative to SDP-Liberal Alliance-0.66%-
Conservative hold

Election 1983

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PartyVotesPercentageChange
Conservative28,89350.69%N/A
SDP-Liberal Alliance16,70429.30%N/A
Labour11,40420.01%N/A
Majority12,18921.38%-
Turnout57,00173.58%N/A
Electorate77,471--
Swing-N/A-
Conservative win
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