Labour have lost the Copeland by-election, a seat they had held since 1983, as the Conservatives edged the vote by 2,000 votes.Read the full story ›
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The polls have closed what could be two historic by-elections in Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn faced potentially his most difficult electoral challenge so far, with upsets predicted in both constituencies.
In Copeland, the Conservatives were tipped to win after almost 80 years as a Labour stronghold.
And in Stoke-on-Trent - a seat previously held by Labour leadership contender Tristram Hunt - Ukip's Paul Nuttall was hoping to become the party's first leader to be elected as an MP.
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Labour faces a tough battle to retain its seat in Copeland, with the Conservatives tipped to win what would be an historic victory in Thursday's by-election.
The Cumbrian constituency has remained a Labour stronghold for almost 80 years.
But the resignation of MP Jamie Reed, who has taken up a role at the Sellafield nuclear plant, means Jeremy Corbyn now faces one of his greatest tests as Labour leader.
Some 62% in the town voted to leave the European Union.
- The full list of candidates in Thursday's Copeland by-election
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