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Conservatives claim General Election victory in Lichfield and Burntwood as Michael Fabricant retains seat

Michael Fabricant has retained the Lichfield and Burntwood seat for the Conservatives at the General Election.

Michael Fabricant makes his victory speech

Michael Fabricant makes his victory speech

The long-serving MP extended his majority after securing 34,018 votes.

Labour’s Chris Worsey came in second with 15,437, while Paul Ray for the Liberal Democrats came third with 2,653 votes. Meanwhile Robert Pass took 1,416 votes for the Greens.

Speaking after his win, Mr Fabricant said the result was a “good result for Lichfield”.

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8 Comments

  1. Chris

    9th June, 2017 at 4:07 am

    That’ll be the last we see of him until the next election.

    So, 3 or 4 months then.

  2. Rich Spencer

    9th June, 2017 at 4:32 am

    Rubbish result for Lichfield, sick of the sight of him. You don’t speak for me, Fabrican’t.

  3. FactObsessed

    9th June, 2017 at 5:28 am

    Who are the people who vote for this #mydude is beyond my understanding. His achievement list is ridiculously short, his voting history shameful. Instead he is an arrogant and populist man with a hair that’s laughing stock across the country.
    Who are you people? Talk to me. Why did you vote for this clown???

  4. Chris

    9th June, 2017 at 5:43 am

    He is the perfect appointment for Lichfield. He’ll do nothing, the vast majority of the population of Lichfield don’t need anything doing, and they don’t want anything doing. They want to be left alone to live their nice comfortable lives and they don’t like the idea of having to think about those not living nice comfortable lives.
    Elect the chap then leave us alone until next time. Perfect.

  5. John Griffin

    9th June, 2017 at 6:37 am

    Didn’t expect anything else. The verdict of a lot of elderly complacent people (Not a stereotype, I’m 65 and I hear them)

  6. Rob

    9th June, 2017 at 7:59 am

    Most posters on here seem to be completely out of touch with the majority of the Lichfield electorate.
    Guilty of living “nice comfortable lives” when with a bit of effort it could be turned into a festering suburb of Brum or Wolverhampton – how dare they be so selfish?

  7. Toast

    9th June, 2017 at 8:45 am

    Because Fabricant works SO hard every day to keep Lichfield a perfect paradise 🤔

  8. Rodney

    9th June, 2017 at 12:36 pm

    “No deal is better than a bad deal” as Theresa May goes off to deal with the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland.

    Coalition of chaos, regardless of Fabricants win.