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General election 2015 in Berkshire - candidates and constituencies

PUBLISHED: 09:34 05 May 2015 | UPDATED: 13:02 08 May 2015

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The next general election in the UK takes place on Thursday 7 May 2015. We’ve put together a handy Berkshire guide to polling day; including candidates for each constituency and the results from 2010.

Full results now available here

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BRACKNELL

2015 candidates (known at the time of publishing)

• Conservative - Phillip Lee

• Green - Derek Florey

• Liberal Democrats - Patrick Smith

• UKIP - Richard Thomas

• Labour - James Walsh

2010 results (party - candidate - number of votes)

• Conservative - Phillip Lee - 27,327

• Liberal Democrats - Raymond William Earwicker - 11,623

• Labour - John Piasecki - 8,755

• UKIP - Murray Barter - 2,297

• BNP - Mark Burke - 1,253

• Green - David Young - 821

• Scrap Members Allowances - Dan Haycocks - 60

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MAIDENHEAD

2015 candidates

• Conservative - Theresa May

• Green - Emily Blyth

• UKIP - Herbie Crossman

• Liberal Democrats - Tony Hill

• Labour - Charles Smith

• Class War - Joe Wilcox

• Independent - Ian Taplin

2010 results

• Conservative - Theresa May - 31,937

• Liberal Democrats - Tony Hill - 15,168

• Labour - Pat McDonald - 3,795

• UKIP - Kenneth Wright - 1,243

• BNP - Tim Rait - 825

• Green - Peter Forbes - 482

• Freedom and Responsibility - Peter Prior - 270

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NEWBURY

2015 candidates

• Conservative - Richard Benyon

• UKIP - Catherine Anderson

• Liberal Democrats - Judith Bunting

• Labour - Jonny Roberts

• Patriotic Socialist Party - Andrew Stott

• Independent - Barrie Singleton

• Apolitical Democrats - Peter Norman

• Green - Paul Field

2010 results

• Conservative - Richard Benyon - 33,057

• Liberal Democrats - David Rendel - 20,809

• Labour - Hannah Cooper - 2,505

• UKIP - David Black - 1,475

• Green - Adrian Hollister - 490

• Independent - Brian Burgess - 158

• Apolitical Democrat - David Yates - 95

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READING EAST

2015 candidates

• Conservative - Rob Wilson

• Labour - Matt Rodda

• Green - Rob White

• Liberal Democrats - Jenny Woods

• UKIP - Christine Forrester

2010 results

• Conservative - Rob Wilson - 21,269

• Liberal Democrats - Gareth Epps - 13,664

• Labour - Anneliese Dodds - 12,729

• UKIP - Adrian Pitfield - 1,086

• Green - Rob White - 1,069

• Independent - Joan Lloyd - 111

• Independent - Michael Turberville - 57

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READING WEST

2015 candidates

• Conservative - Alok Sharma

• UKIP - Malik Azam

• Independent - Suzie Ferguson

• Labour - Victoria Groulef

• Green - Miriam Kennet

• Liberal Democrats - Meri O’Connell

• TUSC - Neil Adams

• Roman Party - Philip West

2010 results

• Conservative - Alok Sharma - 20,523

• Labour - Naz Sarkar - 14,519

• Liberal Democrats - Daisy Benson - 9,546

• UKIP - Bruce Hay - 1,508

• Common Sense - Howard Thomas - 852

• Green - Adrian Windisch - 582

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SLOUGH

2015 candidates

• Labour - Fiona Mactaggart

• Conservative - Gurcharan Singh

• UKIP - Diana Coad

• Liberal Democrats - Tom McCann

• Green - Julian Edmonds

2010 results

• Labour - Fiona Mactaggart - 21,884

• Conservative - Diana Coad - 16,361

• Liberal Democrats - Chris Tucker - 6,943

• UKIP - Peter Mason-Apps - 1,517

• Green - Miriam Kennet - 542

• Christian - Sunil Chaudhary - 495

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WINDSOR

2015 candidates

• Conservative - Adam Afriyie

• Labour - Fiona Dent

• Green - Derek Wall

• UKIP - Tariq Malik

• Liberal Democrats - George Fussey

• Independent - Wisdom Da Costa

2010 results

• Conservative - Adam Afriyie - 30,172

• Liberal Democrats -Julian Tisi - 11,118

• Labour - Amanjit Jhund - 4,910

• UKIP - John-Paul Rye - 1,612

• BNP - Peter Phillips - 950

• Green - Derek Wall - 628

• Independent - Peter Hooper - 198

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WOKINGHAM

2015 candidates

• Conservative - John Redwood

• Labour - Andy Croy

• UKIP - Phil Cunnington

• Liberal Democrats - Clive Jones

• Green - Adrian Windisch

• Independent - Kaz Lokuciewski

2010 results

• Conservative - John Redwood - 28,754

• Liberal Democrats - Prue Bray - 15,262

• Labour - George Davidson - 5,516

• Independent - Mark Ashwell - 2,340

• UKIP - Ann Zebedee - 1,664

• Green - Marjory Bisset - 567

• Monster Raving Loony - Top Cat Owen - 329

• Independent - Robin Smith - 96

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2015 candidate information sourced from the Democracy Club. All information is correct as of the published date at the top of this article.

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