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|Party||Votes||%||Net percentage change in seats|
|Emma Reynolds||Votes 19,282||header_vote_share 52.8||Net percentage change in seats +6.7|
|Sarah Macken||Votes 14,695||header_vote_share 40.3||Net percentage change in seats +10.3|
|Graham Eardley||Votes 1,479||header_vote_share 4.1||Net percentage change in seats -15.1|
|Ian Jenkins||Votes 570||header_vote_share 1.6||Net percentage change in seats -1.2|
|Clive Wood||Votes 482||header_vote_share 1.3||Net percentage change in seats -0.7|
Change compared with 2015
Journalist, BBC Online
The Labour MP Jo Cox is being remembered across the country on the first anniversary of her murder.
Events are being held today and over the weekend as part of The Great Get Together.
Emma Reynolds, the Labour MP for Wolverhampton North East, says Jo achieved more in 12 months than others manage in a lifetime of politics.
She gathered together with Andrew Mitchell, you might say an unlikely partnership, but they got on very, very well, they put Syria on the map again, people had started to forget how much suffering there was in Syria and she called on the government repeatedly to do more. She brought so much energy and commitment to the role of being an MP."
Emma Reynolds holds Wolverhampton North East for Labour and says the young vote may change politics.
Labour's Emma Reynold's has held her seat in Wolverhampton North East.
Black Country Political Reporter, BBC WM
I wonder who is looking after baby Theo tonight?
Labour's Emma Reynolds had planned to be on maternity leave, when just days after she gave birth to baby Theo, the prime minister called the snap election.
A prominent critic of Jeremy Corbyn, she’s found herself treading a tightrope between voters who say they can’t vote Labour because of the leader and those annoyed at her attitude towards him.
A few weeks ago Labour were worried that a 5,495 majority was slipping away, but now seem confident that that they’ve shored up their vote against the challenge from Conservative Sarah Macken.
Like the rest of the Black County, there was a strong leave vote in Wolverhampton.
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Wolverhampton North East Labour MP Emma Reynolds is gearing up for another campaign run - just days after giving birth to her first child.
She said any thoughts of a "period of quiet" with her family had "gone out of the window with the announcement of a general election".
Little Theo was born on Good Friday.
Change compared with 2010