General Election 2019 - Doncaster North: Former Labour leader Ed Miliband holds seat but only scrapes majority of just 2,300
Former leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband retained his seat in Doncaster North – but his majority fell from a whopping 14,000 to just 2,300.
Mr Miliband’s victory comes in a night of crushing defeats for Labour that has seen the party’s projected number of seats fall to just 201.
The Conservatives are on course for a landslide, and have won seats in northern Labour heartlands such as Leigh and Bltyh Valley.
Mr Miliband’s received 25,711 votes in 2017, which has been reduced by just under 10,000 votes, with the Conservative vote being split by the Brexit Party, who received 21,664 votes between them.
The votes received by each candidate are: Ed Miliband (Labour): 15,740
Joe Otten (Liberal Democrats): 1,476
Stevie Shaun Manion (Yorkshire Party): 959
Eddie Todd (Independent): 220
Andrew Stewart (Brexit Party): 8,294
Wendy Bailey (Independent): 188
Frank Lloyd Calladine (English Democrats): 309
Katrina Louise Sale (Conservative): 13,370
Neil James Wood (Independent) 142