PM faces first election test as voters go to polls in David Cameron's old seat

Theresa May faces her first electoral test since becoming Prime Minister on Thursday as voters turn out to replace the man she succeeded in Number 10.
With David Cameron gaining 60% of the vote in Witney, Oxfordshire, at last year's general election the Tories were expected to hold the seat comfortably.
Labour was on course to win in Batley and Spen, Yorkshire, in a by-election caused by the death of MP Jo Cox days before the Brexit referendum.
The Tories, Lib Dems, and Ukip decided not to put up candidates in the contest as a mark of respect to the dead MP, but a number of fringe parties,... read more

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