Thank you to all those Labour voters 

 Julie Jackson was not selected as MP in the election on 8 June 2017. The outcome was as follows:

General election 8th June 2017

Name of candidate

Home address

Description (if any)

Result

COX, James Edward Maitland

address in the
Birmingham, Selly
Oak Constituency

Liberal Democrats

1,028

JACKSON, Julie Ann

46 Dark Lane
Bedworth
CV12 0JL

Labour Party

18,350

KONDAKOR, Keith Anthony

address in the
Nuneaton
Constituency

Green Party

940

TRACEY, Craig Paul

5 Wessex Court
Main Road
Shuttington
Tamworth
B79 0ES

The Conservative Party Candidate

26,860

 

After the election, Julie Jackson issued the following statement,

“I congratulate the winner. I am enormously grateful to the 18,350 people who voted Labour in the general election in this constituency. I’m also grateful to the many people who knocked doors, delivered leaflets and helped in my campaign. Labour did not win in North Warwickshire and Bedworth, but across the country there was a strong move toward Labour.

“It looks like there might be a general election, either later this year or next year. Theresa May has no mandate for anything at the moment. At a time when Britain is facing Brexit and enormous challenges, we have sadly ended up with the ‘weak and wobbly’ Prime Minister we feared and warned about. 

“By contrast, Jeremy Corbyn fought a strong campaign and Labour is in a stronger position for the next election, whenever it comes.

“I live in this constituency, I’m a local councillor and I will continue campaigning for the values of social justice and equality I believe in.   Change will come, we may just need to wait a little longer.”

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