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BREAKING: Darryl Preston wins police and crime commissioner election

A swing of 6.5 per cent to Labour was narrowly missed

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Darryl Preston remains police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough for a second term. 

His victory was announced moments ago at Ross Peers sports centre, Soham, where East Cambridgeshire District Council has again taken responsibility for co-ordinating the results from across the county.

Full breakdown of figures below.

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East Cambridgeshire

Edna Murphy (Lib Dem) 4,367

Darryl Preston (Con)* 5,688

Anna Smith (Lab) 4,127

Fenland

Edna Murphy (Lib Dem) 2,280

Darryl Preston (Con)* 7,044

Anna Smith (Lab) 4,367

 

Chart produced by Phil Rodgers of Cambridge

Chart produced by Phil Rodgers of Cambridge

South Cambridgeshire

Edna Murphy (Lib Dem) 11,091

Darryl Preston (Con)* 11,262

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Anna Smith (Lab) 9,141

 

Huntingdonshire

Edna Murphy (Lib Dem) 6,985

Darryl Preston (Con)* 12,487

Anna Smith (Lab) 7,950

Cambridge City

Edna Murphy (Lib Dem) 8,468

Darryl Preston (Con)* 7,847

Anna Smith (Lab) 16,341

 

Peterborough City

Edna Murphy (Lib Dem) 8,793

Darryl Preston (Con)* 17,360

Anna Smith (Lab) 16,884

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