UKIP win by-election taking votes from establishment

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UKIP win by-election taking votes from establishment
10th October 2014

Douglas Carswell has become their first elected MP winning the seat by just over 12,400 votes. 

While in Heywood and Middleton, the night's other by-election, UKIP only narrowly lost to Labour. 

To round up this weeks political news and look ahead to next weeks vote on Palestine is Ollie Wright, Whitehall Editor at the Independent

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