Conservative Julian Lewis sees off Terry Scriven in New Forest East

Julian Lewis

Julian Lewis

First published in Elections

TORY MP Julian Lewis has retained his seat in the New Forest.

The election there had been marked between a personal feud between him and his Liberal Democrat rival, Terry Scrivens.

However, the Tory won 52 per cent of the 50,000 votes cast.

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9:40am Fri 7 May 10

deburs says...

Sad day for me in New Forest East. A massive pro-hunt supporter has been voted in. Terrible. Just not what we need in the Forest. People who support fox hunting: educate yourself about the other options for protecting farming stock.
Sad day for me in New Forest East. A massive pro-hunt supporter has been voted in. Terrible. Just not what we need in the Forest. People who support fox hunting: educate yourself about the other options for protecting farming stock. deburs
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11:17am Fri 7 May 10

News Fanatic says...

deburs wrote:
Sad day for me in New Forest East. A massive pro-hunt supporter has been voted in. Terrible. Just not what we need in the Forest. People who support fox hunting: educate yourself about the other options for protecting farming stock.
With the way the results are working out, the Tories will surely have very little chance of getting the hunting ban lifted in the hung parliament.
[quote][p][bold]deburs[/bold] wrote: Sad day for me in New Forest East. A massive pro-hunt supporter has been voted in. Terrible. Just not what we need in the Forest. People who support fox hunting: educate yourself about the other options for protecting farming stock.[/p][/quote]With the way the results are working out, the Tories will surely have very little chance of getting the hunting ban lifted in the hung parliament. News Fanatic
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