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Conservatives improve majority in Worcester

The Conservative Party has virtually doubled their majority in Worcester.

MP Robin Walker polled 22,534 votes to take the majority to 5,646.

Mr Walker said: "I think the fact that it was such an increase in the turnout shows that we have been winning votes from new areas, from other parties and winning votes across the whole city of Worcester."

Ben Sidwell reports for BBC Midlands Today.

  • 08 May 2015