Election news

The Liberal Democrat candidate for East Devon has reacted to the election result, saying the party is ‘resilient’ and is ‘not going away’.

The Labour Party candidate has reacted to the general election result, calling it a ‘desperately disappointing’ night for the party.

The East Devon Green Party said it is ‘undismayed’ at failing to win election, saying tactical voting ‘squeezed’ them out.

Follow our live blog covering the General Election 2019 results at the East Devon and Tiverton and Honiton counts

East Devon election candidates have weighed in on one of the most polarising debates at this time of year – what really is the best Christmas film?

Conservative Party candidate Simon Jupp has pulled out of a hustings event in Sidmouth.

Investment in broadband and public transport as well as care and community service will help keep East Devon communities connected.

Ofsted reform and increased funding are among the promises being made on education by candidates ahead of the election.

Cheaper public transport, increased taxes on fossil fuels, investment in green energy and amendments to planning laws are among suggestions to tackle climate change.

Extra investment in mental health services and nursing bursaries in East Devon are among the promises being made ahead of the elections.

‘I’m in it to win it’ – Labour’s East Devon candidate is confident of become the region’s next MP.

Departing MP Sir Hugo Swire has warned that voting for Claire Wright in the upcoming election ‘would not achieve anything’.

Voters in East Devon are set to go to the polls in December – but how does the political landscape of the region look?

The East Devon Conservatives have begun the process of selecting who will replace Sir Hugo Swire as their candidate in the next general election.

Independent parliamentary candidate Claire Wright says she ‘stands ready’ to fight in a general election after East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire announced he would not be standing.

Prospective Independent parliamentary candidate Claire Wright said she is ready for a general election, but it could be her last shot at the seat.

Registered voters are set to go to the polls on Thursday (May 23) to decide who sit in the European Parliament – but why vote?

The mere existence of the forthcoming European elections will be anathema to many but, notwithstanding a very dramatic twist in the Brexit saga, the polls will open once again on Thursday, May 23.

Prime Minister Theresa May should resign ‘sooner rather than later’.

A bride and groom, with all their guests, turned up to Exmouth Town Hall on Saturday only to find the room they thought they had booked, was being used for the town and parish council election count.

The 2019 local election results for town and parish councils in East Devon will be announced over the course of today (Saturday).

Prime Minister Theresa May’s resignation ‘could well be on the cards’, Devon MP Neil Parish has said.

Former Conservative will now represent the Trinity Ward as an independent

Join our live blog to find out the results from elections across East Devon as they happen.

With the UK facing a hung parliament, what happens now? Watch our video which explains what a hung parliament is, and what could happen next.

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