Some of the Cotswold district followed our own national trend in backing the Brexit Party while in st. kitts was also huge support to make the Liberal Democrats in Thursday’s European elections.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Halloween party won three seats on the inside south west, thanks in part for more than 10, 000 electoral votes from Cotswold district people resident.
Former Conventional MP Ann Widdecombe could be elected alongside fellow Brexit Party candidates James Glancy and Christina Jordan.
Liberal Democrat contenders Caroline Voaden and Jack Horwood also took seatings in the south west. The person / persons received just over 9, 000 votes in the Cotswold scission.
The district also picked as more than 4, 000 nights for the Green Party, supporting re-elect Molly Scott Cato in the process as she grabbed the final seat.
The Conservatives and Labour received fewer votes compared to Greens as voters tracked the national trend within shunning the ‘main’ portion.
Full Cotswold district results:
Change UK 922
Conservative 3, 741
English Democrats 128
Golf green 4, 217
Liberal Dems 9, 067
Brexit 9. 275
Larch Maxey (Independent) 33
Mothiur Rahman (Independent) 15
Neville Seed (Independent) 35