Barnsley Central By-election
A selection of photographs taken at the Barnsley Central by-election count on Thursday, March 3.
New MP Dan Jarvis increased Labour's majority by a few hundred to 11,771.
The result represents a blow to Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg as the Liberal Democrats come sixth place and lose their deposit.
The party managed just 4.3 per cent.
Speaking after the results were announced, Dan said Barnsley voters had rejected the government's cuts and its broken promises on EMA, the NHS and SureStart.
He said: "The people of Barnsley Central are sending the strongest possible message to David Cameron and Nick Clegg.
"Your reckless policies, your broken promises and your unfair cuts are letting the country down.
"I grew up in Margaret Thatcher's Britain and I remember how angry it made me feel - Thatcher was wrong then and Cameron is wrong now."
Full results are as follows:
Dan Jarvis, Labour, 14,724, 62.8 per cent
Jane Collins, UKIP, 2,953, 12.6 per cent
James Hockney, Conservative, 1,999, 8.5 per cent
Enis Dalton, BNP, 1,463 6.2, per cent
Tony Devoy, independent, 1,266, 5.4 per cent
Dominic Carmen, Liberal Democrat, 1,012 4.3 per cent
Kevin Riddiough, English Democrats, 544 2.3 per cent
Howling Laud Hope, Monster Raving Loony, 198, 0.8 per cent
Michael Val Davies, independent, 60, 0.3 per cent.