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General election 2015: Round-up of results in Havering

PUBLISHED: 08:20 08 May 2015 | UPDATED: 13:30 08 May 2015

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The people have spoken in Havering’s three constituencies and the results are now in.

There was a turnout of 67.96 per cent in Romford (49,178), 69.82pc in Hornchurch and Upmimster (55,236) and 62.43pc (43,015) in Dagenham and Rainham.

Here are the results in full:

Romford

Andrew Rosindell (Con) - 25,067 51pc

Gerard Batten (Ukip) - 11,208 22.8pc

Sam Gould (Lab) - 10,268 20.9pc

Ian Sanderson (Lib Dem) - 1,413 2.9pc

Lorna Tooley (Green) - 1,222 2.5pc

Hornchurch and Upminster

Dame Angela Watkinson (Con) - 27,051 49pc

Lawrence Webb (Ukip) - 13,977 25.3pc

Paul McGeary (Lab) - 11,103 20.1pc

Jonathan Mitchell (Lib Dem) - 1,501 2.7pc

Melanie Collins (Green) - 1,411 2.6pc

Paul Borg (BNP) - 193 0.3pc

Dagenham and Rainham

Jon Cruddas (Lab) – 17,830 41.4pc

Peter Harris (Ukip) – 12,850 29.8pc

Julie Marson (Con) – 10,492 24.4pc

Kate Simpson (Green) – 806 1.9pc

Denise Capstick (Lib Dem) – 717 1.7pc

Tess Culnane (BNP) – 151 0.4pc

Terry London (Independent) – 133 0.3pc

Kim Gandy (Eng Dem) – 71 0.2pc

To read our live coverage of the election, click here

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