Labour and Co-operative hold
|Top three parties at a glance|
|Labour and Co-operative||53.1%|
|Swing: 5.00% from Liberal Democrat to Labour|
|Luciana Berger||Labour and Co-operative Elected||20,132||53.10|
|Colin Eldridge||Liberal Democrat||12,965||34.20|
|Neil Miney||UK Independence Party||890||2.35|
|Kim Singleton||Socialist Labour Party||200||0.53|
|Steven McEllenborough||British National Party||150||0.40|
|Frank Dunne||Independent 5||149||0.39|
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9:10pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Former health secretary Andy Burnham launched his bid for the Labour leadership with a pledge to create a "People's Party".
7:51pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
David Cameron has come under fire after making a bid to reform a key Tory committee that has historically been a focal point for backbench unrest.
7:18pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Tory donor Lord Ashcroft has taken the oath in the House of Lords, signalling that he will end his controversial "non-dom" tax status.
5:00pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Home Secretary Theresa May pledged to hand power back to the police frontline as part of a "radical" new deal to transform the service.
4:39pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Former health secretary Andy Burnham is set to become the fifth contender in the race to succeed Gordon Brown as Labour leader.
4:25pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Fresh strains were showing in the new Lib-Con coalition as senior Tory MPs expressed "dismay" that plans to overhaul the Human Rights Act had been put on a backburner.
3:58pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Prime Minister David Cameron and his Deputy Nick Clegg have been sworn in as MPs in the new-look House of Commons.
2:48pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Details of how police forces will be brought under the control of directly-elected individuals are yet to be finalised, the Home Secretary said.
12:51pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Police have been offered more powers and discretion to get on with their jobs as part of a "radical" new deal by Home Secretary Theresa May.
12:48pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg hit out at critics of the new coalition's plans to make it more difficult for MPs to force out the Government if it is defeated on a vote of confidence.