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Spelthorne

2010 Results:
Conservative: 22261 (47.06%)
Labour: 7789 (16.47%)
Liberal Democrat: 12242 (25.88%)
UKIP: 4009 (8.47%)
TUSC: 176 (0.37%)
Independent: 314 (0.66%)
Others: 513 (1.08%)
Majority: 10019 (21.18%)

2005 Results:
Conservative: 21620 (50.5%)
Labour: 11684 (27.3%)
Liberal Democrat: 7318 (17.1%)
Other: 2207 (5.2%)
Majority: 9936 (23.2%)

2001 Result
Conservative: 18851 (45.1%)
Labour: 15589 (37.3%)
Liberal Democrat: 6156 (14.7%)
UKIP: 1198 (2.9%)
Majority: 3262 (7.8%)

1997 Result
Conservative: 23306 (44.9%)
Labour: 19833 (38.2%)
Liberal Democrat: 6821 (13.1%)
Referendum: 1495 (2.9%)
Other: 462 (0.9%)
Majority: 3473 (6.7%)

No Boundary Changes:

Profile:

portraitCurrent MP: Kwasi Kwarteng (Conservative) born 1975, London. Educated at Cambridge University. Investment analyst and author. Former Chairman of the Bow Group. Contested Brent East 2005, Londonwide list 2008 London elections.

2010 election candidates:
portraitKwasi Kwarteng (Conservative) born 1975, London. Educated at Cambridge University. Investment analyst and author. Former Chairman of the Bow Group. Contested Brent East 2005, Londonwide list 2008 London elections.
portraitAdam Tyler-Moore (Labour)
portraitMark Chapman (Liberal Democrat) Born 1973, Hitchin. Senior sales manager. Mid Beds councillor 2003-2009. Contested Mid Bedfordshire 2005.
portraitChristopher Browne (UKIP) Contested Spelthorne 2005, Runnymede and Weybridge 2001
portraitPaul Couchman (TUSC)
portraitJohn Gore (Campaign for Independent Politicians)
portraitRod Littlewood (Best of a Bad Bunch)
portraitGrahame Leon-Smith (Independents Federation UK)
portraitIan Swinglehurst (Independent)

2001 Census Demographics

Total 2001 Population: 90390
Male: 49.1%
Female: 50.9%
Under 18: 21%
Over 60: 21.9%
Born outside UK: 8.8%
White: 94.3%
Black: 0.6%
Asian: 2.8%
Mixed: 1.3%
Other: 1%
Christian: 75.3%
Hindu: 1%
Muslim: 0.9%
Sikh: 0.7%
Full time students: 2%
Graduates 16-74: 18.7%
No Qualifications 16-74: 24.9%
Owner-Occupied: 79.1%
Social Housing: 11.8% (Council: 1.6%, Housing Ass.: 10.2%)
Privately Rented: 7%
Homes without central heating and/or private bathroom: 4.5%

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