LONDON (Reuters)- The Conservative Robert Courts won the Commons seat in Witney in midterm elections that was vacant by the resignation of his party colleague David Cameron. The former Prime Minister stepped in after losing the brexit-referendum on British membership of the European Union.
Courts indeed received the most votes, but the Conservatives have no absolute majority more in Witney. They got only 45 percent of the vote.
The House of Commons Seat in June Labour murdered Jo Cox went to Tracy Brabin. She got in the district of Batley and Spen much as 85 percent of the vote. Brabin (65) is well known to all British. She is an actress who acted in the TV series Coronation Street.