After a turbulent night for the Labour party nationally, there was celebration locally for MP Kate Green as she retained her seat in Stretford and Urmston.
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Labour’s Yvonne Fovargue won the seat in 2017 with a majority of 28,245 votes giving her 60.2% of the vote – an 8.4% rise compared to 2015.
Since its formation in 1997, the seat for Altrincham and Sale West has been held by Conservative Member of Parliament Sir Graham Brady.
Labour’s Yasmin Qureshi won the Bolton South East seat in 2017 with a 31% majority. Qureshi earned 60.7% of the votes, over 13,000 more than closest competitors the Conservative Party.
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Labour’s Rebecca Long-Bailey won the Salford and Eccles seat in 2017 with a 65.5% majority.
Jim McMahon from the Labour party won the constituency’s seat in 2017 with 65.2% of the votes, which was 10% more votes than the 2015 election.
A Labour stronghold since 2010, Blackley and Broughton is a parliamentary constituency located to the north of the city of Manchester.
The Conservatives’ Chris Green has hung onto Bolton West’s seat since 2015, but only by a fine line, having won by less than 1,000 votes and a 1.8% majority.
Jonathan Reynolds, Corbyn’s shadow treasury minister, won his third election in a row in 2017, increasing his vote by 12.2%. This has been Labour since 1945 and is usually as safe as it gets.