Re-elected Moorlands MP has saving Leek Hospital on her wish list on her return

KAREN Bradley has pledged to continue to fight to save Leek Moorlands Hospital on her return to Parliament, after winning her Staffordshire Moorlands seat for a fourth time.
She gained the seat from Labour’s junior minister Charlotte Atkins at the 2010 General Election.
The former Tory cabinet member says she will also be pushing for more bus services in the district and more funding for special education needs and school transport.
“Once Brexit is done the Government can focus more on delivering these services,” she said.
Ms Bradley was comfortably re-elected to Westminster with 28,192 votes, ahead of Labour’s Darren Price on 11,764 in second place.
How they voted:
Karen Bradley (Conservative) 28,192.
Darren Price (Labour) 11,764.
Andrew Gant (Liberal Democrats) 2,469.
Douglas Rouxel (Green) 1,231.
Turnout 66.93%.
SIR Bill Cash will continue to represent Cheadle as Stone Tory MP after holding onto the seat he has held for 22 years.
The staunch campaigner for Brexit said after being re-elected: “Thank you everybody. We will now move on to putting into effect those favourite words “get Brexit done.”
How they voted:
Bill Cash (Conservative) 31,687.
Mike Stubbs (Labour) 11,742.
Alec Sandiford (Liberal Democrats).
Tom Adamson (Green) 2,002.
Turnout 72.16%.