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Leyton & Wanstead
|Top three parties at a glance|
|Swing: 2.57% from Labour to Liberal Democrat|
|John Cryer||Labour Elected||17,511||43.60|
|Farooq Qureshi||Liberal Democrat||11,095||27.63|
|Graham Wood||UK Independence Party||1,080||2.69|
|Jim Clift||British National Party||561||1.40|
|Sonika Bhatti||Christian Party||342||0.85|
|Martin Levin||Independents Federation UK - Alliance for Democracy||80||0.20|
GENERAL ELECTION 2010 - LIVE BLOG
GENERAL ELECTION 2010 – LATEST NEWS
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".
6:24am Wednesday 19th May 2010
Police will be handed back powers to charge people suspected of minor crimes, Home Secretary Theresa May is to announce.
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.
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.
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.
12:57pm Tuesday 18th May 2010
The result of the Labour Party leadership contest will not be determined for another four months, it has been announced.
4:04am Tuesday 18th May 2010
The new-look House of Commons will take to the green benches for the first time since the General Election.
7:13am Tuesday 18th May 2010
George Osborne is due to argue for Europe-wide operating rights for London's hedge fund managers as part of a deal to impose new rules to regulate the sector.