Hull North MP Diana Johnson and Hull West MP Emma Hardy were outside of Parliament earlier today to mark 100 year anniversary of some women getting the vote.
Hull West & HessleParliamentary constituency
|Party||Votes||%||Net percentage change in seats|
|Emma Hardy||Votes 18,342||header_vote_share 53.1||Net percentage change in seats +3.9|
|Christine Mackay||Votes 10,317||header_vote_share 29.8||Net percentage change in seats +12.4|
|Claire Thomas||Votes 2,210||header_vote_share 6.4||Net percentage change in seats -3.6|
|Michelle Dewberry||Votes 1,898||header_vote_share 5.5||Net percentage change in seats +5.5|
|Gary Shores||Votes 1,399||header_vote_share 4.0||Net percentage change in seats -15.8|
|Mike Lammiman||Votes 332||header_vote_share 1.0||Net percentage change in seats -2.0|
|Will Taylor||Votes 67||header_vote_share 0.2||Net percentage change in seats +0.2|
Change compared with 2015
Turnout and LAB majority
The government has agreed to carry out a full retrospective audit of how many women have had vaginal mesh implants in England.
It follows a debate in Parliament secured by Hull West and Hessle Labour MP Emma Hardy.
Campaigners say the mesh can cause painful complications.
More than 800 women are taking legal action against the NHS and manufacturers.
Reporter BBC Radio Humberside
The Minister for Health says he will consider looking into the risks associated with surgical mesh implants for women after a debate yesterday with one of our MPs.
Hull West and Hessle MP, Emma Hardy, joined a cross party group of MPs who called for an inquiry after a number of complications.
The implants are used by surgeons to treat things like pelvic organ prolapse.
The risks associated with surgical mesh implants for people in this region are being discussed in parliament.
Hull West and Hessle MP, Emma Hardy (pictured), has secured a Westminster Hall debate on the issue.
The implants are used by surgeons to treat pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence in women and hernias.
Most operations are a success but some suffer complications.
Political Reporter East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
There needs to be a rethink on SATs tests on the National Curriculum.
That's according to the new Hull West and Hessle MP, who has recently been elected to the Education Select Committee.
Emma Hardy believes primary school assessments, known as SATs, are unreasonable and need to be changed.
The Department for Education says it wants to establish a settled primary assessment for the long term and has recently carried out a public consultation in order to achieve this.
Matt Bone has a summary of the election results from Hull.
Labour's Emma Hardy has been elected to the Hull West and Hessle seat with a majority of 8,025.
She replaces Alan Johnson who stepped down before the election, after 20 years in the job, but she says she's more than ready to take on the challenge.
Emma Hardy said "I'm absolutely delighted that people have put their trust and their faith in me, and I won't let them down"
"I think it's quite simply a message that hope will win over hate."
- 15,646 total votes taken.
- 49.2% share of the total vote
- +6.7% change in share of the votes
- 6,313 total votes taken.
- 19.9% share of the total vote
- +14.5% change in share of the votes
- 5,561 total votes taken.
- 17.5% share of the total vote
- -2.7% change in share of the votes
- 3,169 total votes taken.
- 10.0% share of the total vote
- -14.3% change in share of the votes
- 943 total votes taken.
- 3.0% share of the total vote
- +3.0% change in share of the votes
- 171 total votes taken.
- 0.5% share of the total vote
- +0.1% change in share of the votes
Change compared with 2010