Robert Jenrick elected MP for Newark

Robert Jenrick was elected the new Conservative Member of Parliament for Newark, at a by-election count on Friday, June 6th at Kelham Hall.

Robert was elected with a majority of 7,403. It was the Conservatives' first by-election win when in Government since William Hague's election in 1989.

"I want to thank the Prime Minister for his personal support to my campaign and I want to thank the government for its commitment to re-building Britain. The people have Newark have voted overwhemlingly to back this Government's long-term economic plan.

"I hope now that I can repay the faith and trust that the people of Newark have put in me as your new member of parliament - and in the months and years to come I can build a reputation as a strong and effective MP."

Through our Councillors in local government, Newark Conservatives are committed to delivering a brighter future for everyone in the Newark area, and we continue to work with Robert Jenrick to achieve this in Parliament.