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17:08, 9 JUN 2017
General election 2017 results: Recap as votes are counted for Hyndburn
All the latest updates about the election as voters across the country go out to elect a new government
School debaters get in general election spirit as country heads to the polls
St Christopher's High in Accrington held its own hustings and ballots
General election candidates make play for your vote on June 8
Janet Brown, Kevin Horkin, Graham Jones and Les Jones have set out why they should be elected Hyndburn MP
Accrington's Luke Blackledge set for swift return to the ring
The boxer will head to Denmark to fight experienced Lolenga Mock
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson hits election trail in Accrington
Mr Watson defended Graham Jones over the omission of Jeremy Corbyn from local campaign literature
Hyndburn leaders' shock after PM announces June general election
Theresa May is seeking a fresh mandate from the electorate following last year's Brexit vote
Hyndburn takeaways revealed as WORST in UK for hygiene standards
Nearly two-thirds of all medium to high-risk outlets were not meeting acceptable requirements
One in five Hyndburn Brexit voters 'have changed mind' - survey
But the public and political leaders have rejected calls for a second EU referendum
Brexit: Supreme Court rules Government CANNOT trigger Article 50 without parliamentary consent
Judges rule by 8 to 3 that mechanism for leaving European Union can only be triggered by parliament
The new DVLA car tax rules that could cost motorists hundreds of pounds
Under the new rules some car models will cost significantly more to tax each year - and only electric and hydrogen cars will be exempt
MP: Remain supporters should accept democracy and move on
More than 2,300 people from Hyndburn have signed a petition calling for a second EU referendum
Hyndburn MP launches blistering attack on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership
Graham Jones told the Observer that Mr Corbyn is 'not fit to lead'
EU: Celebration, anxiety and shock - Hyndburn reacts to the referendum
David Cameron is to resign as PM after triumph for Vote Leave
EU: Hyndburn backs Brexit by two to one as Britain votes to leave
David Cameron has set out plans to stand down as Prime Minister
Labour council leader backs Vote Leave and says mass migration is "dangerous"
Hyndburn's politicians and business leaders set out how they intend to vote in the EU referendum
Boris Johnson makes Brexit campaign visit to Accrington clothing factory
The MP arrived at the Simon Jersey plant, which makes clothes for the Olympics Team GB
Row as Accrington Pals tribute 'could fall foul of new EU counter terror regulations'
Battle of the Somme re-enactors claim they could risk prosecution if they take deactivated Lee-Enfield rifles into France
Six Labour councillors stepping down for Hyndburn council elections
Candidates have been announced for next month's 12 polls
Politicians divided over European Union
The Hyndburn and Haslingden MP Graham Jones told the Observer that he would be voting to stay in the EU, despite wanting to withdraw.
Aspiring teenage boxer Bria meets Olympian
The Accrington Academy pupil picked up a few tips after a visit by Natasha Jonas
Pupils head overseas for cultural exchange
Erasmus+ is the European Union’s new programme for education, training, youth and sport and is aimed at boosting skills and employability, as well as supporting the modernisation of education, training and youth systems.
Taxi firm fury over fee rise
Accrington-based Max Cabs, which operates a fleet of more than 200 taxis, said the changes would increase their costs by nearly £2,000 a year.
Taxis will be ‘cleaner and safer’ in Accrington
The council will introduce a new taxi licensing policy in June following a six-month consultation with drivers and passengers.
UK Independence Party
Former Hyndburn mayor stands for UKIP
Veteran Malcolm Pritchard has previously served as both a Labour and Independent councillor on Hyndburn council, but has now pledged his allegiance to UKIP.