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After 650 of 650 seats

Amber Valley

Parliamentary constituency
CON HOLD CON HOLD

Results

General Election 2017 results
Party Votes % Net percentage change in seats
Party

CON

Conservative

Nigel Mills Votes 25,905 header_vote_share 56.5 Net percentage change in seats +12.6
Party

LAB

Labour

James Dawson Votes 17,605 header_vote_share 38.4 Net percentage change in seats +3.6
Party

LD

Liberal Democrat

Kate Smith Votes 1,100 header_vote_share 2.4 Net percentage change in seats -0.6
Party

GRN

Green Party

Matt McGuinness Votes 650 header_vote_share 1.4 Net percentage change in seats -1.0
Party

IND

Independent

Daniel Bamford Votes 551 header_vote_share 1.2 Net percentage change in seats +1.2

Turnout and CON majority

CON majority

8,300

Turnout

67.4%

Vote share

Party %
Conservative 56.5
Labour 38.4
Liberal Democrat 2.4
Green Party 1.4
Independent 1.2

Vote share change since 2015

−%
+%
Conservative
+12.6
Labour
+3.6
Independent
+1.2
Liberal Democrat
-0.6
Green Party
-1.0

Latest updates

Derbyshire Tory MP: Scrapping electrification 'doesn't add up'

Chris Doidge

BBC Radio Derby, political reporter

Conservative MP for Amber Valley, Nigel Mills has been speaking in the House of Commons about the government's decision to scrap the Midland Mainline electrification plans.

nigel mills
BBC

"It's a strange strategy that we're looking to get electric charging points in for cars," he said.

"And yet we're being told that the future for trains is diesel or hybrid. I'm not sure that stacks up."

'Leavers' vote Tory in General Election

Chris Doidge

BBC Radio Derby, political reporter

Not totally surprising but Derbyshire constituencies which voted most strongly to Leave in 2016 tended to see bigger increases in Conservative vote share last week...

Graph
BBC

Amber Valley: Conservative hold

Election result
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BreakingAmber Valley: Conservative hold

Amy Woodfield

BBC Local Live

Conservative candidate Nigel Mills has been re-elected MP for Amber Valley.

UKIP announce East Midlands general election candidates

Alex Smith

BBC News Online

UKIP has confirmed they will not be putting candidates forward for seats in Mid Derbyshire, Derbyshire Dales, Erewash, Amber Valley, South Derbyshire and High Peak. 

Derby North is the only Derbyshire seat they will contest. Their candidate is Bill Piper.

In Ashfield, Ray Young will stand for the party, while there will be no UKIP candidate for Bassetlaw.

Other Nottinghamshire UKIP candidates we are now aware of include Fran Loi, who will stand in Broxtowe, Lee Waters - who will compete for the Gedling seat - Stephen Crosby, who will stand in Nottingham North, Robert Hall-Palmer, who will stand in Nottingham East, and David Hollis - who will fight for the Nottingham South seat.

In Newark, Xandra Arundel will stand for the party, while Matthew Faithfull and Stuart Bestwick will stand in Rushcliffe and Sherwood respectively.

Further general election candidates for Derbyshire seats revealed

Alex Smith

BBC News Online

More candidates vying for general election seats across Derbyshire have been revealed.

In Amber Valley, Kate Smith will stand for the Liberal Democrats. Two of her confirmed opponents are Conservative Nigel Mills and Labour's James Dawson.

Ross Shipman will stand for the Liberal Democrats in Bolsover. He will stand against UKIP's Philip Rose, Tory Helen Harrison and Labour's Dennis Skinner. 

We told you earlier today that Spencer Pitfield will stand in Chesterfield for the Conservatives. Joining Mr Pitfield will be Labour's Toby Perkins, Dave Wadsworth - from The Green Party - and Tom Snowdon of the Liberal Democrats. 

In Erewash, Martin Garnett from the Liberal Democrats and Green Party member Ralph Hierons will compete with Labour's Catherine Atkinson and Conservative Maggie Throup for the seat.

Charles Lawley, of the Liberal Democrats, has said he will stand in High Peak. Two of his already confirmed opponents will be Tory Andrew Bingham and Labour's Ruth George.

In North East Derbyshire, David Lomax - from the Liberal Democrats - will stand against The Green Party's Dave Kesteven, as well as Labour Party member Natascha Engel and Tory Lee Rowley. 

Liberal Democrat Andrew Hollyer will stand in Derbyshire Dales, as will Matt Buckler from The Green Party. Tory Patrick McLoughlin and Labour's Andy Botham will also fight for the seat. 

And in South Derbyshire, Tory Heather Wheeler will face Labour's Robert Pearson, Lorraine Johnson, from the Liberal Democrats, and Green Party member Marten Kats. 

Candidates announced for Amber Valley seat

Dave Wade

BBC Local Live

A Derbyshire councillor has announced he's the Labour candidate for the Amber Valley seat at the upcoming general election.

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James Dawson, who's the leader of the Labour group on Erewash Borough Council, will face Conservative Nigel Mills, who in 2015, increased his majority to over 4,000 votes.

General election 2017: How do I register to vote?

Don't get left outside on polling day. Here are details of what you need and where you need to go to register for the general election on 8 June:  

The deadline to register is 22 May
CON HOLD

Results

Conservative
, with candidate Nigel Mills
, have the following results:
  • 20,106 total votes taken.
  • 44.0% share of the total vote
  • +5.4% change in share of the votes
Labour
, with candidate Kevin Gillott
, have the following results:
  • 15,901 total votes taken.
  • 34.8% share of the total vote
  • -2.7% change in share of the votes
UKIP
, with candidate Stuart Bent
, have the following results:
  • 7,263 total votes taken.
  • 15.9% share of the total vote
  • +13.9% change in share of the votes
Liberal Democrat
, with candidate Kate Smith
, have the following results:
  • 1,360 total votes taken.
  • 3.0% share of the total vote
  • -11.5% change in share of the votes
Green Party
, with candidate John Devine
, have the following results:
  • 1,087 total votes taken.
  • 2.4% share of the total vote
  • +2.4% change in share of the votes

Change compared with 2010

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