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Whittle and Kurten win seats on London Assembly, first time for UKIP in more than 10 years


Published May 07, 2016

Screenshot_24.pngUKIP's lead candidates in the London Assembly elections, Peter Whittle and David Kurten have won seats in the London Assembly, the first time in more than 10 years that the party has earned representation on the powerful body that scrutinises the Mayor of London.

Both candidates campaigned successfully with strong messages on immigration and housing, which clearly resonated with the capital's population.

The full breakdown of results from the London Assembly elections is:

Animal Welfare Party 25,810 

Britain First 39,071

BNP 15,833

Lib Dems 165,580

Christian People's Alliance 27,172

Conservatives 764,230

Green 207,959

Labour 1,054,801

Respect 41,324

The House Party 11,055

UKIP 171,069

Woman's Equality Party 91,772

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