Labour 5th in southern England

In both South East England and South West England, Labour have been pushed into 5th place, after the Tories, UKIP, Lib Dems and Greens.

The full results are for South West England — votes, %age of vote, %age change since 2004

Con    468,742  30.2% (-1.3)
UKIP   341,845  22.1  (-0.5)
LD     266,253  17.2  (-1.2)
Green  144,179   9.3  (+2.1)
Lab    118,716   7.7  (-6.8)

And for South East England:

Con    812,288  34.8 (-0.4)
UKIP   440,002  18.8 (-0.7)
LD     330,340  14.1 (-1.2)
Green  271,506  11.6 (+3.8)
Lab    192,592   8.2 (-5.4)
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