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Labour's Stuart McCann contributes to UKIP meltdown in KCC elections

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Labour candidate Stuart McCann, standing in the strongly Conservative Broadstairs division in the Kent County Council elections, contributed to the democratic dismantling of UKIP as a political  force in Kent County Council.

Stuart came second to the Conservative candidate, but increased the Labour share of the vote and got almost twice as many votes as the UKIP candidate.

Stuart said:

I stood as a pro-Jeremy Corbyn candidate and my performance against the odds in an extremely Conservative area gives a lie to the idea that Jeremy is a liability to the Labour Party. I believe if we stick to the policies Jeremy represents we can and will win the general election.

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