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Cities of London & Westminster
|Top three parties at a glance|
|Swing: 3.51% from Labour to Conservative|
|Mark Field||Conservative Elected||19,264||52.16|
|Naomi Smith||Liberal Democrat||7,574||20.51|
|Dr Derek Chase||Green||778||2.11|
|Paul Weston||UK Independence Party||664||1.80|
|Frank Roseman||English Democrats||191||0.52|
|Dennis Delderfield||Independent 5||98||0.27|
|Jack Nunn||Pirate Party UK||90||0.24|
|Mad Cap'n Tom||Independent 5||84||0.23|
GENERAL ELECTION 2010 - LIVE BLOG
GENERAL ELECTION 2010 – LATEST NEWS
12:44pm Thursday 20th May 2010
David Cameron's controversial bid to reform a key Tory backbench committee has been passed by his MPs.
10:56am Thursday 20th May 2010
Estate agents have welcomed the news that controversial home information packs (Hips) are being scrapped with immediate effect.
10:30am Thursday 20th May 2010
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has insisted that the coalition Government's plans for reform have been strengthened by the need for compromise.
9:29am Thursday 20th May 2010
Home information packs (Hips) will be consigned to history, the Government has announced.
8:28am Thursday 20th May 2010
Left-wing Labour MP Diane Abbott has announced she is running for the party leadership, becoming the first woman to enter the race.
4:06am Thursday 20th May 2010
Chancellor George Osborne reaffirmed his commitment to cutting corporation tax in an effort to boost the economic competitiveness of British firms.
3:53am Thursday 20th May 2010
David Cameron is to make his first foray on to the world stage as Prime Minister, visiting Nicolas Sarkozy in Paris.
3:45am Thursday 20th May 2010
The Electoral Commission is to publish a report into voting chaos which left hundreds of people queuing outside polling stations on election day.
1:17am Thursday 20th May 2010
The Liberal Democrats could continue getting taxpayer subsidies for opposition parties despite entering government, it has been revealed.
10:28pm Wednesday 19th May 2010
David Cameron and Nick Clegg will unveil the full details of their historic coalition deal, insisting they have found enough common ground to stay in power for five years.