Kilmarnock & Loudoun

« Back to Elections home

All Constituencies

Labour and Co-operative hold

Top three parties at a glance
Labour and Co-operative 157 % 52.54%
Scottish National Party 77 % 25.95%
Conservative 42 % 14.16%
Swing: 3.49% from Scottish National Party to Labour
Candidate Party Votes % +/- %
Cathy Jamieson Labour and Co-operative Elected 24,460 52.54 +5.28
George Leslie Scottish National Party 12,082 25.95 -1.70
Janette McAlpine Ealing Times: Tory Conservative 6,592 14.16 +2.84
Sebastian Tombs Ealing Times: ElectionsModule Party Logo Liberal Democrat 3,419 7.34 -3.80
Majority 12,378 26.59
Turnout 46,553 62.80

GENERAL ELECTION 2010 - LIVE BLOG


GENERAL ELECTION 2010 – LATEST NEWS

Report on voting chaos published Ealing Times: The Electoral Commission is to publish a report into General Election voting chaos

3:45am Thursday 20th May 2010

The Electoral Commission is to publish a report into voting chaos which left hundreds of people queuing outside polling stations on election day.

Lib Dems seek to keep subsidies Ealing Times: The Lib Dems could continue getting taxpayer subsidies for opposition parties

1:17am Thursday 20th May 2010

The Liberal Democrats could continue getting taxpayer subsidies for opposition parties despite entering government, it has been revealed.

Leaders unveil details of coalition Ealing Times: David Cameron and Nick Clegg will unveil the full details of their historic coalition deal

10:28pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

David Cameron and Nick Clegg will unveil the full details of their historic coalition deal, insisting they have found enough common ground to stay in power for five years.

Burnham launches Labour leader bid Ealing Times: Ed Balls has joined the race for the Labour leadership

9:10pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

Former health secretary Andy Burnham launched his bid for the Labour leadership with a pledge to create a "People's Party".

PM under fire over 1922 committee Ealing Times: Prime Minister David Cameron's bid to reform 1922 Committee has been backed by MPs

7:51pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

David Cameron has come under fire after making a bid to reform a key Tory committee that has historically been a focal point for backbench unrest.

Ashcroft signals end to tax status Ealing Times: Lord Ashcroft has taken the oath in the House of Lords

7:18pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

Tory donor Lord Ashcroft has taken the oath in the House of Lords, signalling that he will end his controversial "non-dom" tax status.

New deal gives power back to police Ealing Times: Home Secretary Theresa May pledged to hand power back to the police frontline

5:00pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

Home Secretary Theresa May pledged to hand power back to the police frontline as part of a "radical" new deal to transform the service.

Burnham to join Labour leader race Ealing Times: Ed Balls has joined the race for the Labour leadership

4:39pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

Former health secretary Andy Burnham is set to become the fifth contender in the race to succeed Gordon Brown as Labour leader.

Tories 'dismayed' over Bill's delay Ealing Times: Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg set out the Government's plans for political reform

4:25pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

Fresh strains were showing in the new Lib-Con coalition as senior Tory MPs expressed "dismay" that plans to overhaul the Human Rights Act had been put on a backburner.

Cameron and Clegg sworn in as MPs Ealing Times: Prime Minister David Cameron and his Deputy Nick Clegg have been sworn in as MPs

3:58pm Wednesday 19th May 2010

Prime Minister David Cameron and his Deputy Nick Clegg have been sworn in as MPs in the new-look House of Commons.





About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree