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Tulip Siddiq becomes British MP for 4th consecutive term

Business Eye Report

Published: 19:32, 5 July 2024

Tulip Siddiq becomes British MP for 4th consecutive term

Labour party candidate Tulip Siddiq has been re-elected as a British MP for the fourth consecutive term in the UK general election.  

Tulip Siddiq, a granddaughter of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, contested the polls from the Hampstead and Highgate constituency.

She got 23,432 votes (48.3%) while her nearest opponent Conservative candidate Don Williams, received 8,462 votes (17.4%), according to data from the BBC.

Green Party candidate Lorna Russell received 6,530 votes (13.7 percent) from the constituency.

Keir Starmer will become Britain's new prime minister, as his centre-left opposition Labour party swept to a landslide general election victory, ending 14 years of right-wing Conservative rule.

 

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