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Party Conservative Labour Scottish National Party Liberal Democrat Democratic Unionist Party Others
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



Steve Brine Votes 29,729 header_vote_share 52.0 Net percentage change in seats -3.0


Liberal Democrat

Jackie Porter Votes 19,730 header_vote_share 34.5 Net percentage change in seats +10.1



Mark Chaloner Votes 6,007 header_vote_share 11.7 Net percentage change in seats +3.4


Green Party

Andrew Wainwright Votes 846 header_vote_share 1.5 Net percentage change in seats -3.3



Martin Lyon Votes 695 header_vote_share 1.2 Net percentage change in seats -6.3


Justice & Anti-Corruption Party

Teresa Skelton Votes 149 header_vote_share 0.3 Net percentage change in seats +0.3

Turnout and CON majority

CON majority




Vote share

Party %
Conservative 52.0
Liberal Democrat 34.5
Labour 11.7
Green Party 1.5
UKIP 1.2
Justice & Anti-Corruption Party 0.3

Vote share change since 2015

Liberal Democrat
Justice & Anti-Corruption Party
Green Party

Latest updates

Marwell seeks new keeper

Dani Free
Marwell Zoo says keepers are responsible for carrying out all aspects of animal care

We don't normally include job vacancies on South Live but this isn't you're usual nine-to-five.

Marwell Zoo, near Winchester, says it's searching for a new keeper to look after its collection of tigers, leopards and cheetahs

The ideal candidate will be "flexible, hard working, conscientious and practical-minded".

The zoo says experience with large carnivorous animals is also preferred...

'Major upgrade' planned for M3 junction

M3 junction 9
Highways England

Plans for a major change to a junction of the M3 near Winchester have been revealed.

The work, planned for two years from 2021, would allow some drivers to avoid using the roundabout at junction 9, where the motorway meets the A34.

The roundabout will also be redesigned to increase capacity, Highways England said.

The plans have been released as part of a public consultation which lasts until 19 February.

BreakingParachute trial: husband was in 'dire financial situation'

An Army sergeant accused of tampering with his wife's parachute in a botched plot to kill her has told a court he was in a dire financial situation throughout their relationship.

Emile Cilliers, of the Royal Army Physical Training Corps, said he owed wife Victoria several thousand pounds during their courtship, and repeatedly borrowed cash from various sources to pay off existing loans.

Emile Cilliers

Parachute husband said he would 'never, ever, ever' harm his wife

Statements given to police by Emile Cilliers - the man accused of attempting to kill his wife by tampering with her parachute - have been read out in court today.

Mr Cilliers told police last year that he "would never, ever, ever try to harm his wife or children."

Victoria Cilliers' disastrous parachute jump, when she fell 4,000 feet and suffered multiple injuries after her parachute failed to open, happened in April 2015.

Her husband, who had been having an affair with another woman leading up to the incident, has also been accused of attempted murder by tampering with a gas fixture in their home.

He denies all charges. The trial continues.

Emile Cilliers
Press Association

Two charged over Brecon Beacons soldier training deaths

Cpl James Dunsby, L/Cpl Edward Maher and L/Cpl Craig Roberts
Cpl James Dunsby, L/Cpl Edward Maher and L/Cpl Craig Roberts

Two men have been charged with negligence following the deaths of three soldiers during an SAS selection march in the Brecon Beacons.

L/Cpl Edward Maher, from Winchester, L/Cpl Craig Roberts, from Conway, and Cpl James Dunsby, from Bath, were taking part in a 16-mile recruitment exercise on the hottest day of 2013.

A coroner ruled they died from neglect. The Service Prosecution Authority confirmed charges have been brought against two soldiers involved at the time.

The case will be heard in a military court and the maximum sentence is two years.

Wednesday's headlines: Take That make surprise appearance at musical

  • Take That made a surprise appearance at Southampton's Mayflower Theatre during the opening night of musical, The Band.
  • Royal Navy ships "cannibalised for parts", report finds.
  • A 22-year-old man has been hospitalised with potentially "life-threatening injuries" after his leg became impaled on cemetery railings in Winchester.
  • Parts of Oxfordshire could become "living labs" testing innovations, under plans that have been backed by council leaders.
  • Wokingham council wants residents to help it decide which services it should concentrate on as it prepares for further funding cuts.

Fraudsters con three elderly people out of £25,000

Three elderly people from Hampshire handed over a total of £25,000 in a single week to fraudsters claiming to be police officers.

The victims, in Itchen Abbas, Waltham Chase and Colden Common, were telephoned by fake officers who told them they were investigating fraudulent activity on their accounts.

They were asked to withdraw cash and check the serial numbers of the notes before being told some of the money was counterfeit and a courier would be sent to collect it.

Police fear there may be more victims who are yet to report the scam.

A34 safety review: 'Driver behaviour' contributing to crashes

A series of measures to improve safety on a road where several high-profile crashes have taken place have been proposed.

The government ordered the review of the A34 after concerns were raised about its safety.

A Highways England review lists 16 potential improvements, including enhanced road markings.

But it also suggests driver behaviour was a "significant contributing factor" in the majority of collisions.

The 62-mile route between Hampshire and Oxfordshire has come under increasing scrutiny, particularly along the stretch between the M4 and M40.

Best place to find a job?

Southampton, Winchester, Reading and Winchester rank among the top 10 places in England to find a job, according to a new study.

Cambridge is at the top of the list with just 0.04 jobseekers per vacancy.

Jobs site Adzuna says there are 0.12 jobseekers per vacancy in Southampton, 0.13 in Winchester and Reading and 0.14 in Oxford.



, with candidate Steve Brine
, have the following results:
  • 30,425 total votes taken.
  • 55.0% share of the total vote
  • +6.5% change in share of the votes
Liberal Democrat
, with candidate Jackie Porter
, have the following results:
  • 13,511 total votes taken.
  • 24.4% share of the total vote
  • -18.7% change in share of the votes
, with candidate Mark Chaloner
, have the following results:
  • 4,613 total votes taken.
  • 8.3% share of the total vote
  • +2.9% change in share of the votes
, with candidate Martin Lyon
, have the following results:
  • 4,122 total votes taken.
  • 7.5% share of the total vote
  • +5.4% change in share of the votes
Green Party
, with candidate Michael Wilks
, have the following results:
  • 2,645 total votes taken.
  • 4.8% share of the total vote
  • +4.8% change in share of the votes

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