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Morris holds Morecambe & Lunesdale against 9.7% Labour rise

9/6/17: 09.06.17 David Morris has held Morecambe & Lunesdale for the Conservatives with 21,773 votes; his majority reduced to 1,399, down from 4,590 in 2015. Vikki Singleton saw Labour's share of the vote increase by 9.7%.

Cat Smith holds Lancaster & Fleetwood for Labour with 6,661 majority

9/6/17: 09.06.17 Congratulations to Cat Smith MP, who has held Lancaster & Fleetwood for Labour, with 25,342 votes (55.1% of the turnout) increasing her majority from 1,265 in 2015 to 6,661.

Labour's Cat Smith takes Lancaster & Fleetwood seat

8/5/15: 08.05.15 Cat Smith Labour's Cat Smith has snatched the Lancaster Fleetwood seat away from previous incumbent Eric Ollerenshaw (Conservative) with a margin of 1,265 votes.

Local Council By Election Results May 2014

23/5/14: Two by-elections for vacant seats on Lancaster City Council took place yesterday (Thursday May 22). Green Party Candidates Abi Mills (Scotforth West) and Jack Filmore (University) both took seats previously held by Labour. Lancaster City Council's seats are now held as follows: 22 Labour, 15 Conservative, 10 Independent Group, 10 Green, 2 Free Independent, 1 Non-Aligned Independent.

Labour's Clive Grunshaw elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire

16/11/12: Labour's Clive Grunshaw – the only candidate for the post who was a serving member of the existing Lancashire Police Authority – has been elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire following a County-wide election.

Lancaster and Morecambe Local Election Results

6/5/11: (Last Updated 07:36 7/5/11) The final result for the local elections sees the Labour Party gaining the most councillors - 23 in all - but no one party has overall control, which has been the case here since 1995. The biggest losers of the poll were the Liberal Democrats, losing all their councillors, including Council leader Stuart Langhorn.

Tories Gain Lancaster and Morecambe - eventually.

7/5/10: 07.05.10 The Conservative Party has gained the parliamentary seats of Lancaster Fleetwood and Morecambe Lunesdale with majorities over Labour of 333 and 866 votes respectively.