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Labour to target Shropshire's Wrekin constituency

A Shropshire constituency is being regarded by some observers as one of the main targets for the Labour party.

The Labour party will be hopeful of taking back The Wrekin seat at the expense of the Conservatives.

The seat was won from Labour by Conservative MP Mark Pritchard in 2005 and he is expected to stand again.

Labour lost to the Conservatives by 942 votes in 2005 with a 5.4% swing from Labour to Conservative. The Liberal Democrats came third with 6,608 votes.

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