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FactCheck: A GP claimed that the US and Canada had experienced "exponential" increases in cannabis use after the drug was legalised. Verdict: Unproven
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Another electoral area which has returned no Tory MEP. South West has elected: -Ann Widdecombe, Brexit Party -James Glancy, Brexit Party -Christina Jordan, Brexit Party -Caroline Voaden, LibDem -Martin Horwood, LibDem -Molly Scott Cato, Green
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There's a familiar name elected in East Midlands. Annunziata is the sister of MP Jacob Rees-Mogg. She is elected with: - Annunziata Rees-Mogg, Brexit Party -Jonathan Bullock, Brexit Party -Matthew Patten, Brexit Party -William Newton Dunn, LibDem -Rory Palmer, Labour
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That's it from the count centre in Dublin tonight, folks. We're back at 10am tomorrow.
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Count suspended until tomorrow morning
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Should clarify that that is the number of votes he received in Manchester. His total number of votes will be larger.
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Alice Mary Higgins now speaking to senior count centre staff over her concerns with how the count is being carried out.
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English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson fails to get a seat in Manchester. Early reports suggest he got little over 2,000 votes.
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The Conservatives have taken a second seat. Elected in the West Midlands region are: -Rupert Lowe, Brexit Party -Martin Daubney, Brexit Party -Andrew Kerr, Brexit Party Neena Gill, Labour -Phil Bennion, LibDem -Ellie Chowns, Green -Anthea McIntyre, Conservative
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More results in. Yorkshire and the Humber has elected: -John Longworth, Brexit Party -Lucy Harris, Brexit Party -Jake Pugh, Brexit Party -Richard Corbett, Labour -Shaffaq Mohammed, Lib Dem -Magid Magid, Green
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Here's the 7th count from Dublin just now. Still no-one reaching the quota.
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Essentially, this is how is going across the water.
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After the fifth count, it looks set to be a long few days for Sinn Féin in Dublin
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And the results from Wales are in. Elected are: -Nathan Gill, the Brexit Party -James Wells, the Brexit Party -Jill Evans, Plaid Cymru -Jacqueline Jones, Labour
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In the East of England area, Brexit Party and LibDems have performed well: -Richard Tice, Brexit Party -Michael Heaver, Brexit Party -June Mummery, Brexit Party -Barbara Gibson, LibDem -Lucy Nethsingha, LibDem -Catherine Rowett, Green -Geoffrey Van Orden, Conservative
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Lynn Boylan has a fight ahead of her. She currently trails Clare Daly by around 3,000 votes for the final seat in Dublin.
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There's just been a sixth count in Dublin, which saw Éilis Ryan eliminated. Here's where things stand right now as her votes are being distributed
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The Green Party is on course to gain a Dublin MEP as counting continues in the RDS
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