Labour has won the general election in Slough – meaning Tan Dhesi remains the town’s MP.

Mr Dhesi won with 14,666 votes. Independent Network candidate Azhar Chohan came second with 11,019 votes and Conservative candidate Moni Nanda came third with 7,457.

Speaking after the result Mr Dhesi said it was ‘an honour and a privilege’ to have been re-elected.

He said: “I am immensely grateful to the good people of Slough for once again bestowing their faith and trust in me.

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“People have voted for a change of government – they want that change. The good people of Slough have also voted for hope, for unity and for progress.”

He added: “I am very much looking forward to working within a Labour government that is working very, very hard to sort out the issues facing us not just in Slough but across our country.

“Whether you cast your vote for me my job as the elected member of parliament is to work hard on all of your behalf.

“I will also make sure that – those individuals who didn’t vote for me – that I need to redouble my efforts to regain their trust and confidence.”