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- Andy Sawford, Labour: 17,267
- Christine Emmett, Conservative: 9,476
- Margot Parker, UKIP: 5,108
- Jill Hope, Liberal Democrat:1,770
- Gordon Riddell, BNP: 614
It looks like the Liberal Democrats have lost their deposit in Corby.
Labour take Corby with 17,267 votes with the Conservatives on 9,476.
Labour's Andy Sawford said: "I'm incredibly proud to be the new Member of Parliament."
Labour's Andy Sawford has won the Corby by-election, gaining the seat, which was held by Louise Mensch, from the Conservatives.
Word at Corby count is that the recount is giving an even worse result for the Liberal Democrats. A further recount just been announced.
Limited recount called for by the Liberal Democrats but it still looks like a big win for Labour.
A senior Labour source suggested the party may secure a majority of 4,000 in the Corby by-election, with the Tories in second place. The unnamed source said:
Shadow culture secretary Harriet Harman congratulated Lucy Powell on her Manchester Central win.
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Ed Miliband claimed that Middle England was turning its back on David Cameron, after Labour won the Corby by-election on a 12.7% swing.
Labour today held Manchester Central and Cardiff South and Penarth constituency seats in their respective by-elections.