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Last Updated: Friday, 6 May, 2005, 01:06 GMT 02:06 UK
Result: East Ham

  LAB HOLD



TOP THREE PARTIES AT A GLANCE
Labour Labour 53.9%
Respect-Unity Coalition Respect-Unity Coalition 20.7%
Conservative Conservative 13.1%
Swing: 19.9% from LAB to RES
IN DETAIL
Name Party Votes % +/- %
Stephen Timms Labour 21,326 53.9 -19.2
Abdul Khaliq Mian Respect-Unity Coalition 8,171 20.7 +20.7
Sarah Macken Conservative 5,196 13.1 -3.6
Ann Haigh Liberal Democrat 4,296 10.9 +3.9
David Bamber Christian Peoples Alliance 580 1.5 +1.5
Majority 13,155 33.2  
Turnout 39,569 50.7 -1.6
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2001 RESULT FOR EAST HAM
Labour Labour 73.1%
Conservative Conservative 16.7%
Liberal Democrat Liberal Democrat 7.0%
Others Others 3.2%


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