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Seats 318 262 35 12 10 13
Change −13 +30 −21 +4 +2 −2
UK Results

After 650 of 650 seats


Parliamentary constituency


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



Tom Pursglove Votes 29,534 header_vote_share 49.2 Net percentage change in seats +6.5



Beth Miller Votes 26,844 header_vote_share 44.7 Net percentage change in seats +6.3


Liberal Democrat

Chris Stanbra Votes 1,545 header_vote_share 2.6 Net percentage change in seats 0.0



Sam Watts Votes 1,495 header_vote_share 2.5 Net percentage change in seats -11.2


Green Party

Steven Scrutton Votes 579 header_vote_share 1.0 Net percentage change in seats -1.5

Turnout and CON majority

CON majority




Vote share

Party %
Conservative 49.2
Labour 44.7
Liberal Democrat 2.6
UKIP 2.5
Green Party 1.0

Vote share change since 2015

Liberal Democrat
Green Party

Latest updates

Labour selects Corby candidate for next general election

Northamptonshire Telegraph

Labour has named Beth Miller as their chosen candidate to stand in Corby at the next general election.

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Local politicians meet discuss Corby Urgent Care Centre future

Politicians have been meeting with health officials in the latest attempt to safeguard the future of services at Corby's Urgent Care Centre.

Lakeside Plus, which runs the service, had threatened legal action against the NHS over a new contract for operating it - but that has now been dropped.

However, they say that they can no longer afford to keep running the centre and may have to reduce services later this year.

Corby Urgent Care Centre

On Monday, the leader of Corby Borough Council, Tom Beattie, met with the NHS Corby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG); while the MPs representing Corby, Kettering and Wellingborough met with Lakeside Plus.

"We are very willing to have conversations with the CCG about continuing to deliver the service," Lorna Garner from Lakeside Plus told the BBC.

"The CCG have no intention of closing the centre. [But] it's the level of service they [patients] get, it's the quality of clinical care that is delivered [that must be safeguarded]. That is our main concern - that that standard is continued.

"The building is irrelevant, it's what happens inside it that really matters."

Corby Urgent Care Centre

An independent expert is expected to rule early next month as to how much it should cost to run the centre.

The CCG has declined to comment until that ruling is made.

Tom Pursglove, Conservative MP for Corby, said: "If there's absolutely no chance whatsoever of this service closing, then they [the CCG] need to say that.

"This is a case of keeping full scale pressure on this. We simply can't get into a situation where this service is lost - it would be wholly unacceptable."

Government 'in chaos', says Corby Labour candidate

Meanwhile, the Labour candidate for Corby in last week's general election, Beth Miller, says the government is "in chaos" after a hung parliament.

Ms Miller finished second to Conservative candidate Tom Pursglove in the north Northamptonshire constituency, but the Tories lost their parliamentary majority in Thursday's snap election.

"They were expecting a huge landslide," she told BBC Radio Northampton. "I think there was a degree of arrogance there."

Beth Miller

Prime Minister Theresa May says she will try to do a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) - Northern Ireland's largest unionist party.

The DUP has 10 MPs and if they vote with the Conservatives, the government will be able to get its business through Parliament.

"What we've got is a chaotic situation with the Tories relying on the DUP, despite disagreeing on so many issues," Ms Miller added.

Later on Monday, Mrs May will face tough questions from her backbenchers at a meeting of the 1922 Committee.

Miller says victorious Pursglove must deliver for Corby's public services

Beth Miller, the defeated Labour candidate for Corby, has posted this message on Twitter...

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Nuttall resigns: Corby UKIP candidate wants other party bosses to do the same

In the last hour, the UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has announced that he is standing down as the party's leader.

And one of UKIP's local candidates has indicated that he would like to see other senior figures in the party follow suit.

Here's how Sam Watts, the UKIP candidate for Corby, responded to a tweet about Nuttall's resignation by political blog Guido Fawkes...

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Corby and East Northants: 'Big challenges' ahead

Orla Moore

BBC Local Live

Peter Bone hot-footed it over from his Wellingborough victory - to see young whipper-snapper Tom Pursglove hold Corby.

The constituency was targeted by Labour, which lost the seat in 2015 and only needed a 2.15% swing to regain it.

Here's a flavour of the night.


This has been a very difficult election and whoever forms the next government tomorrow morning is going to have to handle the very big challenges that we face. Whether it's standing up for our steel industry, whether it's protecting our villages from unwanted over-development, whether it's delivering the Rushden Lakes development - these are all key priorities that we have to see delivered in the weeks, months and years ahead."

Tom Pursglove, MP for Corby

What's happened in Northamptonshire overnight?

If you're just waking up, it's as you were in Northamptonshire, but it's been a difficult ride for our seven new Tory MPs - as it has been nationally for the Conservatives.

  • In Northampton North, the majority for Michael Ellis now stands at just 807 after the vote went down to the wire with former Labour MP Sally Keeble
  • Likewise in Northampton South - new Conservative candidate Andrew Lewer pipped Kevin McKeever by just 1,159 votes, in a night of Labour resurgence and UKIP decline
  • In Daventry, however, it was pretty much as you were for Chris Heaton-Harris, who largely maintained his 40% majority from 2015
  • Same for Northamptonshire South, where Andrea Leadsom maintained her large majority despite losing 3,576 votes
  • The Labour swing in Corby failed to materialise, with Tom Pursglove marginally increasing his majority
  • In Kettering, Philip Hollobone won comfortably but lost ground to Labour
  • Likewise in Wellingborough, where fellow Brexiteer Peter Bone won comfortably but had to fend off an increase in Labour vote share of 14.5%

Corby: Conservative hold

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What the county's MPs are saying: Corby and East Northants

Orla Moore

BBC Local Live

tom pursglove

Here's what Tom Pursglove's been saying after his win in Corby and East Northamptonshire:

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, with candidate Tom Pursglove
, have the following results:
  • 24,023 total votes taken.
  • 42.8% share of the total vote
  • +0.6% change in share of the votes
, with candidate Andy Sawford
, have the following results:
  • 21,611 total votes taken.
  • 38.5% share of the total vote
  • -0.2% change in share of the votes
, with candidate Margot Parker
, have the following results:
  • 7,708 total votes taken.
  • 13.7% share of the total vote
  • +13.7% change in share of the votes
Liberal Democrat
, with candidate Peter Harris
, have the following results:
  • 1,458 total votes taken.
  • 2.6% share of the total vote