List of seats where UKIP is standing aside

Posted: May 11, 2017 in Politics

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With the deadline for the announcement of candidates tonight, there’s essentially a flood of announcements of the seats UKIP aren’t standing in. It seems they are standing aside in many marginal seats, which presumably will massively work against Labour and the Lib Dems. They are also standing down in many seats the Tories took from the Lib Dems in the last election (all 2015 gains are marked with a *). I’m updating this list as we go on, along with stats from last time – my source is here but this itself is being updated:

London
Beckenham – Tory 57.3%, Labour 19.4%, UKIP 12.5%
Brent North – Labour 54.3%, Tory+UKIP 37.4%
Brentford and Isleworth – Labour* 43.8%, Tory+UKIP 48.5%
Camberwell and Peckham – Labour 63.3%, Tory+UKIP 17.9%
Carshalton and Wallington – Lib Dem 34.9%, Tory+UKIP 46.5%
Chingford and Woodford Green – Tory 47.9%, Labour 28.8%, UKIP 12.9%
Chipping Barnet – Tory 48.6%, Labour 34.1%, UKIP 7.8%
Dulwich and West Norwood – Labour 54.1%, Tory+UKIP 25.8%
Ealing Central and Acton – Labour* 43.2%. Tory+UKIP 46.5%
Eltham – Labour 42.6%, Tory+UKIP 51.4%
Enfield Southgate – Tory 49.4%, Labour 39.0%, UKIP 4.6%
Greenwich and Woolwich – Labour 52.2%, Tory+UKIP 34.9%
Hackney North and Stoke Newington – Labour 62.9%, Tory+UKIP 16.9%
Hackney South and Shoreditch – Labour 64.4%, Labour+UKIP 17.3%
Hampstead and Kilburn – Labour 44.4%, Tory+UKIP 45.1%
Harrow East – Tory 50.3%, Labour 40.6%, UKIP 4.8%
Ilford North – Labour* 43.9%, Tory+UKIP 51.6%
Kensington – Tory 52.3%, Labour 31.1%, UKIP 4.5%
Lewisham Deptford – Labour 60.2%, Tory+UKIP 19.1%
Leyton and Wanstead – Labour 58.6%, Tory+UKIP 27.8%
Sutton and Cheam – Tory* 41.5%, Lib Dem 33.7%, UKIP 10.7%
Twickenham – Tory* 41.3%, Lib Dem 38.0%, UKIP 4.9%
Vauxhall – Labour 53.8%, Tory+UKIP 30.2%
Walthamstow – Labour 68.9%, Tory+UKIP 19.4%
Westminster North – Labour 46.8%, Tory+UKIP 45.6%

South East
Brighton Kemptown – Tory 40.7%, Labour 39.2%, UKIP 9.8%
Canterbury – Tory 42.9%, Labour 24.5%, UKIP 13.6%
Crawley – Tory 47.0%, Labour 33.6%, UKIP 14.4%
East Hampshire – Tory 60.7$, UKIP 12.0%
Eastbourne – Tory* 39.6%, Lib Dem 38.2%, UKIP 11.6%
Epsom and Ewell – Tory 58.3%, Labour 15.5%, UKIP 12.5%
Guildford – Tory 57.1%, Lib Dem 15.5%, Labour 12.1%, UKIP 8.8%
Hove – Labour 42.3%, Tory+UKIP 46.2%
Lewes – Tory* 38.0%, Lib Dem 35.9%, UKIP 10.7%
New Forest East – Tory 56.3%, UKIP 17.5%
New Forest West – Tory 59.9%, UKIP 16.5%
Newbury – Tory 61.0%, Lib Dem 15.0%, UKIP 10.8%
Oxford East – Labour 50.0%, Tory+UKIP 26.7%
Reading East – Tory 46.0%, Labour 33.1%, Lib Dem 7.4%, UKIP 7.2%
Reading West – Tory 47.7%, Labour 34.0%, UKIP 10.0%
Romsey and Southampton North – Tory 54.4%, Lib Dem 17.7%, Labour 11.9%, UKIP 11.4%
Sittingbourne and Sheppey – Tory 49.5%, UKIP 24.8%
Southampton Test – Labour 41.3%, Tory+UKIP 45.3%
Surrey Heath – Tory 59.9%, UKIP 14.3%
Windsor – Tory 63.4%, Labour 13.4%, UKIP 10.0%
Wokingham – Tory 57.7%, Labour 14.5%, Lib Dem 13.5%, UKIP 9.9%

South West
Bath – Tory* 37.8%, Lib Dem 29.7%, UKIP 6.2%
Bournemouth West – Tory 47.2%, UKIP 18.5%
Bristol East – Labour 39.3%, Tory+UKIP 46.2%
Bristol North West – Tory 43.9%, Labour 34.4%, UKIP 9.4%
Bristol West – Labour* 35.7%, Green 26.8%, Lib Dem 18.8% Tory+UKIP 18.2%
Camborne and Redruth – Tory 40.2%, Labour 25.0%, UKIP 14.8%
Cheltenham – Tory* 46.1%, Lib Dem 34.0%, UKIP 7.1%
Chippenham – Tory* 47.6%, Lib Dem 29.4%, UKIP 10.6%
Christchurch – Tory 58.1%, UKIP 21.5%
Exeter – Labour 46.4%, Tory+UKIP 42.5%
Filton and Bradley Stoke  Tory 46.7%, Labour 26.6%, UKIP 14.8%
Kingswood – Tory 48.3%, Labour 29.6%, UKIP 14.8%
Mid Dorset and North Poole – Tory* 50.8%, Lib Dem 28.2%, UKIP 12.2%
Newton Abbot – Tory 47.5%, Lib Dem 23.9%, UKIP 13.9%
North Cornwall – Tory* 45%, Lib Dem 31.2%, UKIP 12.7%
North Dorset – Tory 56.6%, UKIP 17.1%
North East Somerset – Tory 49.8%, Labour 24.8%, UKIP 12.0%
North Somerset – Tory 53.5%, Labour 14.3%, UKIP 13.0%
Poole – Tory 50.1%, UKIP 16.8%
Somerton and Frome – Tory* 53.0%, Lib Dem 19.4%, UKIP 10.7%
South Dorset – Tory 48.7%, Labour 24.2%, UKIP 15.0%
South East Cornwall – Tory 50.5%, Lib Dem 16.9%, UKIP 15.2%
South West Wiltshire – Tory 52.7%, UKIP 17.5%
St Austell and Newquay – Tory* 40.2%, Lib Dem 24.0%, UKIP 16.9%
St Ives – Tory* 38.3%, Lib Dem 33.2%, UKIP 11.8%
Thornbury and Yate – Tory* 41.0%, Lib Dem 37.9%, UKIP 10.6%
Tiverton and Honiton – Tory 54.0%, UKIP 16.5%
Torridge and West Devon – Tory 50.9%, UKIP 18.3%
Wells – Tory* 46.1%, Lib Dem 32.8%, UKIP 9.9%
West Dorset – Tory 50.2%, Lib Dem 21.6%, UKIP 12.5%
Yeovil – Tory* 42.5%, Lib Dem 33.1%, UKIP 13.4%

East of England
Bedford – Tory 42.6%, Labour 40.2%, UKIP 9.6%
Bury St Edmunds – Tory 53.6%,Labour 17.7%, UKIP 14.7%
Cambridge – Labour 36.0%, Lib Dem 34.9%, Tory+UKIP 20.9%
Colchester – Tory* 38.9%, Lib Dem 27.5%, UKIP 12.1%
Hemel Hempstead – Tory 52.9%, Labour 23.8%, UKIP 14.6%
Hertford and Stortford – Tory 56.1%, Labour 17.9%, UKIP 14.6%
Hitchin and Harpenden – Tory 56.9%, Labour 20.6%, UKIP 8.9%
Luton North – Labour 52.2%, Tory+UKIP 42.4%
Mid Bedfordshire – Tory 56.1%, Labour 15.9%, UKIP 15.4%
North East Hertfordshire – Tory 55.4%, Labour 18.9%, UKIP 12.9%
North Norfolk – Lib Dem 39.1%, Tory+UKIP 47.8%
Norwich North – Tory 43.7%, Labour 33.5%, UKIP 13.7%
Norwich South – Labour 39.3%, Tory 23.5%, UKIP 9.4% (5th)
Peterborough – Tory 39.7%, Labour 35.6%, UKIP 15.9%
South Cambridgeshire – Tory 51.1%, Labour 17.6%, Lib Dem 15.2%, UKIP 9.8%
South Norfolk – Tory 54.3%, Labour 18.4%, UKIP 13.7%
South West Bedfordshire – Tory 55.0%, Labour 20.3%, UKIP 15.5%
St Albans – Tory 46.6%, Labour 23.3%, Lib Dem 18.5%
Stevenage – Tory 44.5%, Labour 34.2%, UKIP 14.4%
Suffolk Coastal – Tory 51.9%, Labour 18.0%, UKIP 15.6%
Witham – Tory 57.5%, UKIP 16.0%

East Midlands
Amber Valley – Tory 44.0%, Labour 34.8%, UKIP 15.9%
Bassetlaw – Labour 48.6%, Tory+UKIP 46.7%
Bosworth – Tory 42.8%, Lib Dem 22.3%, Labour 17.5%, UKIP 17.4%
Derbyshire Dales – Tory 52.4%, Labour 22.7%, UKIP 11.6%
Erewash – Tory 42.7%, Labour 35.3%, UKIP 16.1%
Gainsborough – Tory 52.7%, Labour 21.3%, UKIP 15.7%
High Peak – Tory 45.0%, Labour 35.3%, UKIP 11.4%
Kettering – Tory 51.8%, Labour 25.2%, UKIP 16.1%
Leicester East – Labour 61.1%, Tory+UKIP 31.9%
Leicester South – Labour 59.8%, Tory+UKIP 29.2%
Mid Derbyshire – Tory 52.2%, Labour 25.4%, UKIP 13.6%
North East Derbyshire – Labour 40.6%, Tory+UKIP 52.6%
North West Leicestershire – Tory 49.5%, Labour 27.4%, UKIP 16.9%
South Derbyshire – Tory 49.4%, Labour 26.8%, UKIP 17.7%

West Midlands
Aldridge-Brownhills – Tory 52.0%, Labour 22.4%, UKIP 19.6%
Birmingham Edgbaston – Labour 44.9%, Tory+UKIP 48.4%
Birmingham Erdington – Labour 45.6%, Tory+UKIP 48.2%
Birmingham Hall Green – Labour 59.8%, Tory+UKIP 22.2%
Birmingham Ladywood – Labour 73.6%, Tory+UKIP 17.7%
Birmingham Northfield – Labour 41.6%, Tory+UKIP 52.4%
Birmingham Perry Barr – Labour 57.4%, Tory+UKIP 33.7%
Birmingham Selly Oak – Labour 47.7%, Tory+UKIP 41.7%
Bromsgrove – Tory 53.8%, Labour 22.2%, UKIP 15.6%
Burton – Tory 50.1%, Labour 27.3%, UKIP 17.5%
Lichfield – Tory 55.2%, Labour 19.8%, UKIP 15.7%
Ludlow – Tory 54.3%, UKIP 14.9%
Mid Worcestershire – Tory 57.0%, UKIP 17.7%
Newcastle-under-Lyme – Labour 38.4%, Tory+UKIP 53.8%
North Herefordshire – Tory 55.6, UKIP 14.0%
North Shropshire – Tory 51.5%, Labour 19.9%, UKIP 17.6%
North Warwickshire – Tory 42.3%, Labour 36.0%, UKIP 17.4%
Rugby – Tory 49.1%, Labour 27.9%, UKIP 14.0%
South Staffordshire – Tory 59.4%, Labour 18.4%, UKIP 16.7%
Stafford – Tory 48.4%, Labour 29.6%, UKIP 12.9%
Staffordshire Moorlands – Tory 51.1%, Labour 27.2%, UKIP 14.6%
Stoke-on-Trent North – Labour 39.9%, Tory+UKIP 52.1%
Stoke-on-Trent South – Labour 39.2%, Tory+UKIP 53.9%
Stratford-upon-Avon – Tory 57.7%, UKIP 13.2%
Sutton Coldfield – Tory 54.6%, Labour 22.3%, UKIP 14.7%
Tamworth – Tory 50.0%, Labour 26.1%, UKIP 18.5%
Telford – Tory* 39.6%, Labour 37.8%, UKIP 18.0%
West Bromwich East – Labour 50.2%, Tory+UKIP 46.1%

North East
Berwick-upon-Tweed – Tory* 41.1%, Lib Dem 28.9%, UKIP 11.2%
Bishop Auckland – Labour 41.4%, Tory+UKIP 50.3%
Blyth Valley – Labour 46.3%, Tory+UKIP 44.0%
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland – Labour 42.0%, Tory+UKIP 52.3%

North West
Altrincham and Sale West – Tory 53.0%, Labour 26.7%, UKIP 8.0%
Birkenhead – Labour 67.6%, Tory+UKIP 24.7%
Blackburn – Labour 56.3%, Tory+UKIP 41.6%
Bootle – Labour 74.5%, Tory+UKIP 19.0%
Bury North – Tory 41.9%, Labour 41.1%, UKIP 12.4%
Cheadle – Tory* 43.1%, Lib Dem 31.0%, UKIP 8.3%
Chorley – Labour 45.1%, Tory+UKIP 49.8%
City of Chester – Labour* 43.2%, Tory+UKIP 51.2%
Fylde – Tory 49.1%, Labour 18.8%, UKIP 12.8%
Garston and Halewood – Labour 69.1%, Tory+UKIP 22.9%
Hazel Grove – Tory* 41.8%, Lib Dem 26.2%, UKIP 12.2%
Lancaster and Fleetwood – Labour 42.3%, Tory+UKIP 48.9%
Liverpool Riverside – Labour 67.4%, Tory+UKIP 15.3%
Liverpool Walton – Labour 81.3%, Tory+UKIP 13.7%
Liverpool Wavertree – Labour 69.3%, Tory+UKIP 18.2%
Liverpool West Derby – Labour 75.2%, Tory+UKIP 15.1%
Macclesfield – Tory 52.5%, Labour 22.7%, UKIP 12.2%
Makerfield – Labour 51.8%, Tory+UKIP 41.9%
Manchester Withington – Labour* 53.7%, Lib Dem 24.0%, Tory+UKIP 14.1%
Pendle – Tory 47.2%, Labour 34.9%, UKIP 12.2%
Ribble Valley – Tory 48.6%, Labour 22.6%, UKIP 15.8%
Rossendale and Darwen – Tory 46.6%, Labour 35.1%, UKIP 14.0%
Sefton Central – Labour 53.8%, Tory+UKIP 39.6%
Stalybridge and Hyde – Labour 45.0%, Tory+UKIP 47.5%
Tatton – Tory 58.6%, Labour 18.3%, UKIP 10.8%
Warrington South – Tory 43.7%, Labour 39.1%, UKIP 8.3%
Weaver Vale – Tory 43.2%, Labour 41.4%, UKIP 9.7%
West Lancashire – Labour 49.3%, Tory+UKIP 44.6%
Westmorland and Lonsdale – Lib Dem 51.5%, Tory+UKIP 39.4%
Wirral South – Labour 48.2%, Tory+UKIP 46.1%
Wirral West – Labour 45.1%, Tory+UKIP 50.8%
Worsley and Eccles South – Labour 44.2%, Tory+UKIP 48.4%
Wyre and Preston North – Tory 53.2%, Labour 24.8%, UKIP 13.2%

Yorkshire and the Humber
Batley and Spen – Labour 43.2%, Tory+UKIP 49.2%
Beverley and Holderness – Tory 48.1%, Labour 25.0%, UKIP 16.7%
Colne Valley – Tory 44.4%, Labour 35.0%, UKIP 10.1%
Dewsbury – Labour 41.8%, Tory+UKIP 51.5%
Don Valley – Labour 46.2%, Tory+UKIP 48.8%
Doncaster Central – Labour 49.1%, Tory+UKIP 44.8%
Elmet and Rothwell – Tory 48.4%, Labour 33.7%, UKIP 11.1%
Haltemprice and Howden – Tory 54.2%, Labour 21.0%, UKIP 13.9%
Harrogate and Knaresborough – Tory 52.7%, Lib Dem 22.1%, UKIP 10.6%
Huddersfield – Labour 44.9%, Tory+UKIP 41.5%
Leeds North East – Labour 47.9%, Tory+UKIP 40.6%
Leeds North West – Lib Dem 36.8%, Labour 30.1%, Tory+UKIP 25.5%
Morley and Outwood – Tory 38.9%, Labour 38.0%, UKIP 16.5%
Pudsey – Tory 46.4%, Labour 37.6, UKIP 9.2%
Richmond – Tory 51.4%, UKIP 15.2%
Scunthorpe – Labour 41.7%, Tory+UKIP 50.3%
Shipley – Tory 50.0%, Labour 31.0%, UKIP 8.9%
Skipton and Ripon – Tory 55.4%, Labour 17.4%, UKIP 14.0%
Wakefield – Labour 40.3%, Tory+UKIP 52.5%
Wentworth and Dearne – Labour 56.9%, Tory+UKIP 39.8%
York Central – Labour 42.4%, Tory+UKIP 38.4%
York Outer – Tory 49.1%, Labour 24.8%, UKIP 9.7%

Scotland
Aberdeen North – SNP* 56.4%, Labour 25.9%, Tory 12.1%, UKIP n/a
Aberdeen South – SNP* 41.6%, Labour 26.8%, Tory+UKIP 24.6%
Airdrie and Shotts – SNP* 53.9%, Labour 34.1%, Tory+UKIP 10.2%
Angus – SNP 54.2%, Tory+UKIP 32.0%
Argyll and Bute – SNP* 44.3%, Lib Dem 27.9%, Tory+UKIP 17.4%
Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock – SNP* 48.8%, Labour 27.3%, Tory+UKIP 22.3%
Banff and Buchan – SNP 60.2%, Tory 28.8%, UKIP n/a
Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk – SNP* 36.6%, Tory+UKIP 38.4%
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross – SNP* 46.3%, Lib Dem 35.1%, Tory+UKIP 9.7%
Central Ayrshire – SNP* 53.2%, Labour 26.4%, Tory 17.3%, UKIP n/a
Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill – SNP* 56.6%, Labour 33.9%, Tory+UKIP 8.4%
Dumfries and Galloway – SNP* 41.4%, Tory+UKIP 32.2%
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale – Tory 39.8%, SNP 38.3%, UKIP 2.3% (4th)
Dundee East – SNP 59.7%, Labour 19.9%, Tory 15.0%, UKIP n/a
Dundee West – SNP* 61.9%, Labour 23.7%, Tory 8.6%, UKIP n/a
Dunfermline and West Fife – SNP* 50.3%, Labour 31.7%, Tory 11.9%, UKIP n/a
East Dunbartonshire – SNP* 40.3%, Lib Dem 36.3%, Labour 12.3%, Tory+UKIP 9.6%
East Lothian – SNP* 42.5%, Labour 31.0%, Tory+UKIP 21.5%
East Renfrewshire – SNP* 40.6%, Labour 34.0%, Tory+UKIP 23.6%
Edinburgh East = SNP* 49.2%, Labour 29.9%, Tory+UKIP 11.8%
Edinburgh North and Leith – SNP* 40.9%, Labour 31.3%, Tory+UKIP 17.7%
Edinburgh South – Labour 39.1%, SNP 33.8%, Tory+UKIP 18.7%
Edinburgh South West – SNP* 43.0%, Labour 27.2%, Tory+UKIP 22.3%
Edinburgh West – SNP* 39.0%, Lib Dem 33.1%, Tory+UKIP 14.2%
Glasgow Central – SNP* 52.5%, Labour 33.1%, Tory+UKIP 8.0%
Glasgow North – SNP* 53.1%, Labour 27.9%, Tory+UKIP 9.2%
Glasgow North East – SNP* 58.1%, Labour 33.7%, Tory 4.7%, UKIP n/a
Glasgow North West – SNP* 54.5%, Labour 30.9%, Tory 8.4%, UKIP n/a
Glasgow South – SNP* 54.9%, Labour 29.7%, Tory 9.7%, UKIP n/a
Glenrothes – SNP* 59.8%, Labour 30.6%, Tory 7.7%, UKIP n/a
Gordon – SNP* 47.7%, Lib Dem 32.7%, Tory+UKIP 13.7%
Inverclyde – SNP* 55.1%, Labour 30.3%, Tory+UKIP 11.6%
Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey – SNP* 50.1%, Lib Dem 31.3%, Tory+UKIP 8.0%
Kilmarnock and Loudoun – SNP* 55.7%, Labour 30.4%, Tory 12.5%, UKIP n/a
Linlithgow and East Falkirk – SNP* 52.0%, Labour 31.0%, Tory+UKIP 14.7%
Livingston – SNP* 56.9%, Labour 27.6%, Tory+UKIP 13.4%
Midlothian – SNP* 50.6%, Labour 30.2%, Tory+UKIP 14.3%
Moray – SNP 49.5%, Tory+UKIP 35.0%
Na h-Eileanan an Iar – SNP* 54.3%, Labour 28.6%, Tory 7.6%, UKIP n/a
North Ayrshire and Arran – SNP* 53.2%, Labour 28.0%, Tory+UKIP 17.2%
North East Fife – SNP* 40.9%, Lib Dem 31.3%, Tory 16.3%, UKIP n/a
Ochil and South Perthshire – SNP* 46.0%, Labour 28.4%, Tory+UKIP 23.0%
Paisley and Renfrewshire North – SNP* 50.7%, Labour 32.7%, Tory 12.3%, UKIP n/a
Paisley and Renfrewshire South – SNP* 50.9%, Labour 38.6%, Tory 7.6%, UKIP n/a
Perth and North Perthshire – SNP 50.5%, Tory 32.7%, UKIP n/a
Ross, Skye and Lochaber – SNP* 48.1%, Lib Dem 35.9%, Tory+UKIP 8.1%
Stirling – SNP* 45.6%, Labour 25.5%, Tory 23.1%, UKIP n/a
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine – SNP* 41.6%, Tory+UKIP 30.6%
West Dunbartonshire – SNP* 59.0%, Labour 31.3%, Tory 7.0%, UKIP n/a

Wales
Aberconwy – Tory 41.5%, Labour 28.2%, UKIP 11.5%
Arfon – Plaid 43.9%, Labour 30.3%, Tory+UKIP 21.6%
Clwyd West – Tory 43.3%, Labour 25.6%, UKIP 13.1%
Delyn – Labour 40.5%, Tory+UKIP 49.1%
Montgomeryshire – Tory 45.0%, Lib Dem 29.3%, UKIP 11.2%
Swansea West – Labour 42.6%, Tory+UKIP 36.1%
Vale of Clwyd – Tory 39.0%, Labour 38.4%, UKIP 13.0%
Wrexham – Labour 37.2%, Tory+UKIP 47.1%

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Comments
  1. Tafia says:

    You are not seriously going to field a cndidate on Ynys Mon (Anglesey)?

    Have you lost all grip on reality? If you do, Labour will hold the seat with Plaid second. If you don’t, Tories will take it, Plaid will come second and Labour third.

    • Nothing to do with me, I’m not a UKIP supporter. Just listing the seats they’re not standing in. But yes, UKIP do have a candidate for Ynys Mon. I expect it to be very close between Plaid and the Tories

  2. Trevor Warne says:

    The Mirror have posted a full list of candidates that has some differences. They have 247 pulled candidates where as I think you have 265. For example they show UKIP posting a candidate in Scunthorpe where as you say they are pulling Scunthorpe.

    Your list is much easier to work with for predicting seats so could you let me know if you are confident with yours.

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