In Worsley and Eccles South, there are five candidates looking to win the seat in Parliament on December 12th.

The constituency has represented by Labour MP Barbara Keeley since 2010, after the constituency was created following the 2006 review of parliamentary representation in Greater Manchester.

The constituency saw a 62% voter turnout in the last election, 57% of who voted Labour.

However, the Conservative party made a significant 9% increase in Worsley and Eccles, which they’ll be hoping to increase on Friday.

Here is what each of the candidate’s party manifestos are saying:



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