The Isle of Wight has a new MP – Conservative Bob Seely.

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Mr Seely’s retained the seat for the Conservatives.

Bob Seely on stage at the Isle of Wight Council Election count
Bob Seely on stage at the Isle of Wight Council Election count

The Isle of Wight Councillor for Central Wight polled more than 38,000 votes – adding around 10,000 to former MP Andrew Turner’s 2015 majority.

Meanwhile Labour won the battle for second place – polling the party’s best result in more than half a century here.

Julian Critchley won more than 17,100 hundred votes.

Elsewhere, in third place Vix Lowthion for the Green Party polled nearly 13,000 votes.

Nick Belfitt for the Liberal Democrats, won more than 2,700.

UKIP’s Daryll Pitcher won just under 2,000.

And Independent Julie Jones-Evans gained around 1,500 votes.

Name of Candidate Description
(if any)
Number of
Votes
Nick BELFITT Liberal Democrat 2,740
Julian CRITCHLEY Labour Party 17,121
Julie JONES-EVANS Independent 1,592
Vix LOWTHION Green Party 12,915
Daryll PITCHER UK Independence Party (UKIP) 1,921
Bob SEELY The Conservative Party 38,190

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