UK's gaming advocate MPs hold seats

UK's gaming advocate MPs hold seats

By Christopher Dring

May 7th 2010 at 11:51AM

Watson, Foster and Vaizey retain places in hung parliament

The UK games industry's biggest supporters in Parliament held their seats in last night's election.

Labour's Tom Watson retained his seat for West Bromwich East, despite suffering a nine per cent dip in support.

Conservative Ed Vaizey remained MP for Wantage with a 9 per cent vote rise, while Lib Dem Don Foster saw the biggest vote increase – returning to his constituency with a 11 per cent rise in support.

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