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The Conservative Party has accidentally allowed the personal details of hundreds of MPs, journalists and Cabinet Ministers to be released to the public following a security flaw on its official Conference app.
Stoke-on-Trent South MP, Jack Brereton, says he wants to re-open railway stations at Fenton and Meir.
Stoke-on-Trent has been under the political microscope in recent months following the resignation of Tristram Hunt in January.
Many events have shaped the outcome of the by-election, leading to Gareth Snell being elected for Stoke-on-Trent Central on February 23.
Conservative Karen Bradley held onto her seat for Staffordshire Moorlands.
By Emma James & Dan Bates
Labour’s Paul Farrelly celebrated his fourth consecutive term representing Newcastle-under-Lyme in Parliament.
Mr Farrelly won the seat by the skin of his teeth, beating his Tory rival with just 650 votes.
Newly announced Stoke-on-Trent Central Conservative Party candidate Liam Ascough has described Stoke-on-Trent’s education system as “appalling”.
The 35-year-old Conservative councillor for Southgate at Crawley Borough Council, has called on voters to make a stand.
A UKIP candidate in Stoke-on-Trent claims Labour and Conservative opponents are “scared” after his party’s sensational by-election win.
Mick Harold, who will stand in Stoke Central against Tristram Hunt, has said the win in Clacton and result in Heywood and Middleton will help his party to success in the General Election.
City Independent Anthony Munday has won the by-election in Baddeley, Milton and Norton.
Mr Munday received 861 votes, 32% overall, beating off nine other candidates.