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After 650 of 650 seats

Louth & Horncastle

Parliamentary constituency


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



Victoria Atkins Votes 33,733 header_vote_share 63.9 Net percentage change in seats +12.8



Julie Speed Votes 14,092 header_vote_share 26.7 Net percentage change in seats +8.7



Jonathan Noble Votes 2,460 header_vote_share 4.7 Net percentage change in seats -16.8


Liberal Democrat

Lisa Gabriel Votes 1,990 header_vote_share 3.8 Net percentage change in seats -0.7


Monster Raving Loony Party

The Iconic Arty-Pole Votes 496 header_vote_share 0.9 Net percentage change in seats +0.4

Turnout and CON majority

CON majority




Vote share

Party %
Conservative 63.9
Labour 26.7
UKIP 4.7
Liberal Democrat 3.8
Monster Raving Loony Party 0.9

Vote share change since 2015

Monster Raving Loony Party
Liberal Democrat

Latest updates

Listen: Social media abuse was 'too much for MP'

The MP for Louth and Horncastle Victoria Atkins has been speaking out about the abuse she's been subjected to on social media.

Ms Atkins, who's also the Minister for Women, has been speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, and was talking about a new law to stop politicians and candidates being targeted:

The Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to outline the plan in more detail in a speech.

First joint fire and ambulance station to open

Seb Tiley

Reporter, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire's first joint fire and ambulance station has just been officially opened.

Lincs Fire and Rescue

Firefighters at Louth's Eastfield Road station are now working alongside East Midlands Ambulance service paramedics.

The new station has just been opened by Louth's MP, Victoria Atkins.

There was even a special cake (above).

Promotion for Louth and Horncastle MP

Lizzie Musham

BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

The MP for Louth and Horncastle Victoria Atkins has been appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Home Office in the latest government reshuffle.

Her promotion comes off the back of Penny Mordaunt being promoted to International Development Secretary following the resignation of Priti Patel.

Ms Patel resigned last night, following a series of unauthorised meetings with Israeli politicians.

Victoria Atkins

Louth hospital 'not fully operational' until 2018

County Hospital in Louth won't be fully operational again until at least the spring, health bosses say.

louth hospital

The number of beds at the hospital was cut four months ago after fire safety concerns.

The hospital used to have 50 beds, but at the moment only 16 of them are in use.

Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust, which runs the hospital, says a lot of work still needs to be done to make it fully safe for staff and patients.

Two men charged over police assault

Two men, including one from Grimsby, have been charged with assaulting police officers after an incident in Louth at the weekend.

Police were called to a shop on Newbridge Hill on Sunday morning after two men were reported to be acting suspiciously.

Jonathon West, 26, from Warwick Avenue, Grimsby, was charged with common assault, criminal damage and two charges of assault with intent to resist arrest.

A 17-year-old man was charged with criminal damage, and assault with intent to resist arrest.

Both have appeared at Lincoln District Magistrates' Court and have been released on bail.

Final decision due on cattle market

Sharon Edwards

Political Reporter, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire's only livestock market could be saved tonight - if councillors vote to keep it open.

Louth's market faced closure - ending more than 400 years of livestock trading in the town.


But a recent meeting of East Lindsey District Council recommended it should be refurbished instead.

It goes to a full vote this evening.

"Exceptionally rare" crucifix found on coast

Harry Parkhill

BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

A rare crucifix found on the Lincolnshire coast is from an "archaeologically invisible" era of history, according to an expert.

rare crucifix
Adam Daubney

The artefact (pictured), which was found in Skidbrooke near Louth, is thought to be almost a thousand years old.

It's been dated as being from between 950-1150AD.

Archaeologist Adam Daubney says it's an "exceptionally rare" item because discoveries from Anglo Saxon times are few and far between.

He says the find is one of only three found in the UK from the time period.

Lincolnshire MPs step in over future of Louth Livestock Market

Two Lincolnshire MPs have joined the fight to protect Louth Livestock Market.

Louth Livestock Market

The public consultation on the future of the site closed yesterday and East Lindsey District Council has proposed three options for the site - to keep it, close it or move it.

Victoria Atkins, Conservative MP for Louth and Horncastle and Matt Warman, the Conservative MP for Boston and Skegness, have both given their views.

Ms Atkins says farming, the rural economy and the countryside are priorities for her and that the market "must stay":

It is my hope that at the meeting on 27 September, the Executive Board of East Lindsey District Council will find a way to retain the Cattle Market on the existing site while making the best use of the available space for the benefit of the wider community."

Victoria AtkinsConservative MP for Louth and Horncastle

While Mr Warman has had this to say on Twitter:

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Man who 'drove at pedestrians' faces jail

Harry Parkhill

BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

A man from Horncastle who drove his car at a group of pedestrians has been warned he faces jail.

Shane Steadman, 26, from Queen Street pleaded guilty to driving dangerously on Tattershall's High Street in July.

He also pleaded guilty to four charges of attempted grievous bodily harm with intent when he appeared at Lincoln Crown Court.

He will be sentenced later.

"Please don't come on 25 August expecting anything other than a relatively lengthy custodial sentence."

Judge Hirst

Reinforcing the floodgates

Alex Rhodes

BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

A flood scheme to protect more than 350 homes in Louth and Horncastle will be unveiled later.

Homes in the town were badly affected by heavy rainfall in 2007 and again in 2014.

Ian Holmes

Construction on the £6.5m Louth scheme and the £8.1m Horncastle scheme started in summer 2015.

It's hoped the flood storage reservoirs will significantly reduce the threat of flooding and stop scenes like the ones above.