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Police and Crime Commissioner elections round-up

It's being called Independence Day - with 3 out of 4 independent candidates winning the Police and Crime Commissioner votes in our region. Martin Surl, won in Gloucestershire. Dorset voted in former detective Martyn Underhill.

And in Avon and Somerset, it was victory for Sue Mountstevens. But in Wiltshire - the first county in the country to declare - the Conservative Angus Macpherson won. Here's Tanya Mercer.

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First Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon & Somerset says she'll fight cuts

The Independent candidate, Sue Mountstevens, has just been appointed Avon and Somerset's first Police and Crime Commissioner. She told our Political Correspondent Bob Constantine that she would fight strenuously any cuts to policing.

She added that her priorities were tackling anti-social behaviour, burglary and violent offences, especially against women and girls.

Avon and Somerset's first Police and Crime Commissioner promises to fight cuts

The Independent candidate, Sue Mountstevens, has just been appointed Avon and Somerset's first Police and Crime Commissioner. She told our Political Correspondent Bob Constantine that she would fight strenuously any cuts to policing.

She added that her priorities were tackling anti-social behaviour, burglary and violent offences, especially against women and girls.

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