Election 2017: Oliver Letwin returned as MP for West Dorset
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Oliver Letwin has been voted to continue representing West Dorset, receiving 33081 votes.
The West Dorset constituency will be represented in Parliament by Oliver letwin, who has been returned as MP.
He has been MP for the constituency since 1997.
The results were as follows:
Oliver Letwin, Conservative - 33,081
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Andy Canning, Liberal Democrats - 13,990
Lee Rhodes, Labour - 10,896
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Kelvin Charles Clayton, Green - 1,631
The turnout was 75.6 per cent.