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Nick Ainger loses seat to Simon Hart


LONG serving Labour MP Nick Ainger has lost his seat to the Conservatives.

Mr Ainger, who had served as the constituency MP for South Pembrokeshire for 18 years, lost in the poll to Simon Hart.

Mr Ainger said: "It has been a huge honour and a privilege to represent this constituency.

"It is a wonderful part of the world, as you all know, and we all love it.

"I think in the last 13 years we have seen a transformation in our local economy and we have seen many jobs created, partnerships with local government, the Assembly Government, Government and Europe that have brought prosperity to this area.

"I feel if the incoming governement gets that partnership wrong, then the people of this area will suffer in the same way that they did in the early 80s and 90s.

"It was a great privilege to represent this area and I am very grateful that I was able to do some good in that time."

Mr Ainger has served South Pembrokeshire for 18 years, and West Camarthen for 13 years, since a change in the constituency boundaries.

Mr Hart paid tribute to Mr Ainger and his work in the last 18 years.

He said: "It would be churlish of me not to mention Nick Ainger's long and significant service as our MP. He has never been the enemy, but opposition.

"If I do a job half as well as he has done, I will consider I have made a good impact. I wish him well."

Mr Hart, who has been Chief Executive of the Countryside Alliance and previously worked as a chartered surveyor in Carmarthen and Haverfordwest, praised his fantastic campaign team.

"There is no greater challenge, and no greater honour than being asked to represent you in parliament and I'll do my level best, and I will start this very minute, to do justice to the job you have given me."

The full results for the Camarthen West and Pembrokeshire South Constituency were:

  • Nick Ainger (Labour) 13,226
  • Ray Clarke (UKIP) 1,146
  • John Dixon (Plaid Cymru) 4,232
  • John Gossage (Liberal Democrat) 4,890
  • Simon Hart (Conservative) 16,649
  • Hentry Langen (Independent Democrat) 364

Provisional figures show a turnout of 69%. The result was declared by returning officer Bryn Parry Jones at 3.50am.



Your Say YourPembrokeshire

OldeGrumpee says...
9:30am Fri 7 May 10

I feel South Pembrokeshire will be further sidelined now as a Carmarthen person is now the MP, we are bound to lose even more focus, despite spin to the contrary.

Quizomodo says...
5:21pm Fri 7 May 10

Someone who thinks it's a great laugh to dress up and shoot foxes? Ideal

Tina2 says...
5:44pm Fri 7 May 10

Quizomodo wrote:
Someone who thinks it's a great laugh to dress up and shoot foxes? Ideal
Bound to as he is Chief Executive of the Countryside Alliance.

At least Nick Ainger knocked on my door to say hello.

Tim McMahon says...
5:10pm Sun 9 May 10

A disaster for and anyone for whatever reasons reliant on benefits honest working classes .Anyone who lived during the;80s/90s under CONservative measures know the mess they got us in which took many years of Labour in charge to remedy.The whole election result is a shambles for all parties in total basically because the voting system is unfair,evidently it was not much better at the beginning of the 1900's.Oh well back into recession,job losses and unjust cuts in many departments.rain=oka
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billbob says...
8:54pm Sun 9 May 10

why do you people keep banging on about what happened 20 or 30 years ago? get over it and get on with it!!!!!!!

Tina2 says...
7:38am Mon 10 May 10

billbob wrote:
why do you people keep banging on about what happened 20 or 30 years ago? get over it and get on with it!!!!!!!
So we are suppose to forget that Kenneth Clarke said that ambulance workers were nothing but 'glorified taxi drivers'

Tim McMahon says...
9:43am Mon 10 May 10

billbob wrote:
why do you people keep banging on about what happened 20 or 30 years ago? get over it and get on with it!!!!!!!
Because we are supposed to learn by past experiences especially politicians or those who put themselves up for positions of authority over us affecting all of us personally.History wouldn'y exist if "people didn't keep banging on"!Ostriches 'bury their heads in the sand' don't resolve anything.

billbob says...
9:45am Mon 10 May 10

and shall we forget that gordon brown had done away with "boom and bust"? and the fact that we are only just out of recession? and that unemployment is rising? and the country owes more money than it ever has? labour has done a wonderful job!!!! and what has nick ainger done for Pembrokeshire in his 18 yrs???

Tim McMahon says...
3:10pm Mon 10 May 10

billbob wrote:
and shall we forget that gordon brown had done away with "boom and bust"? and the fact that we are only just out of recession? and that unemployment is rising? and the country owes more money than it ever has? labour has done a wonderful job!!!! and what has nick ainger done for Pembrokeshire in his 18 yrs???
Well make your mind up billbob to be an ostrich in the sand with it's head buried or sadly and oblivious disregarding what is occuring or accept reality and what has happened in the past or in the present day?Gordon Brown was the best chancellor in modern times (won't mention since Thomas More in Tudor times for as you qoute "don't like banging on about the past" ....?)and it was him,still P.M. for now who rescued not only UK but many worldwide countries' climb out of recession..oops sorry "banging on about the past".Plus in finality Nick Ainger has served the electorate well and fairly whatever political allegiance(but we must not according to the gospel of billbob "keep banging on about the past".Get real as there will be another election within months as no hung parliament ever works ,oops "banging on about the past"!(re the gospel of bilbob) again.Mea culpa.........NOT!!!
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termite says...
4:02pm Mon 10 May 10

Gordon Brown was the best chancellor in modern times

What for selling the countrys gold reserves when gold was at its lowest?

and it was him,still P.M. for now who rescued not only UK but many worldwide countries' climb out of recession

Funny how none of the political commentators or major news agency give him the credit for this.

Ah the dreams of a labour supporter. get them rose tinted specs of Tim. I for one think they are all as bad as each other. We are in a mess at this moment and the sooner the bickering stops and governing begins (whoever it will be) the better.

termite says...
4:02pm Mon 10 May 10

Gordon Brown was the best chancellor in modern times

What for selling the countrys gold reserves when gold was at its lowest?

and it was him,still P.M. for now who rescued not only UK but many worldwide countries' climb out of recession

Funny how none of the political commentators or major news agency give him the credit for this.

Ah the dreams of a labour supporter. get them rose tinted specs of Tim. I for one think they are all as bad as each other. We are in a mess at this moment and the sooner the bickering stops and governing begins (whoever it will be) the better.

Tim McMahon says...
4:39pm Mon 10 May 10

termite wrote:
Gordon Brown was the best chancellor in modern times What for selling the countrys gold reserves when gold was at its lowest? and it was him,still P.M. for now who rescued not only UK but many worldwide countries' climb out of recession Funny how none of the political commentators or major news agency give him the credit for this. Ah the dreams of a labour supporter. get them rose tinted specs of Tim. I for one think they are all as bad as each other. We are in a mess at this moment and the sooner the bickering stops and governing begins (whoever it will be) the better.
Countries who acknowledged Gordon Brown's economic rescue measures ..er Germany,Spain and that President Obama in the 'small' country of USA.Obviously I was wrong ..NOT.I don't wear glasses especially rose-tinted ,leave that for such as yourself and those who get annoyed at"people banging on about the past".I do agree if the three main parties really were sincere about the interests of the country and the economy they would form a three party coalition sharing power and decisions,as happened in World War 2 and then when resolved call an election with a fairer voting system and keep the rose-tinted wearing party aka CONservatives who vehemently do not want the unfair first-past-post system we have now.But they know they would never gain power again and be able to screw the nation for their own rich ilk society of aristocrats and the misguided supporters blind to reality.This political shambolic situation is serving no-one here,businesses and trade or our reputation across the Europe or worldwide.

termite says...
4:47pm Mon 10 May 10

NOT.I don't wear glasses especially rose-tinted ,leave that for such as yourself and those who get annoyed at"people banging on about the past

i fear your mistaking me for some1 else. im not annoyed im just stating the facts. i notice you didnt respond to the selling of gold. Did i mention people banging on about the past?
no. as i said i think your mistaking me for someone else. as for getting annoyed where did i do that?
and i think you will find germany objected against browns reply to the recession, and i cannot find a quote anywhere where obama has said anything resembling your statement that brown got the world out of recession. i will happily apologise if you can point me in the correct direction

termite says...
4:52pm Mon 10 May 10

oh and i do agree with you that the torys will milk the common people as they always do. but i stand by the fact that i dont see any mandate from the people for a one party government and the time for political reform is well overdue. be it pr or some other system 23% vote equating to 57 seats when 29% gets you 258 seats proves how unfair the present system is.

termite says...
5:05pm Mon 10 May 10

just to add i do think nick ainger was good for the area. nothing to do with him being labour just that he was approachable and down to earth and helped people with problems. lets see if mr bloodsport will be anything close to that.

WT really needs to let us edit our posts so i dont have to keep reposting when i remember something else to post :)

termite says...
5:49pm Mon 10 May 10

ah well bye bye gordon. 4 days before realisation that he wasnt wanted not even by his own party.

Walter mitty says...
5:57pm Mon 10 May 10

Tina2 wrote:
billbob wrote: why do you people keep banging on about what happened 20 or 30 years ago? get over it and get on with it!!!!!!!
So we are suppose to forget that Kenneth Clarke said that ambulance workers were nothing but 'glorified taxi drivers'
Tina2,

I didn't vote Conservative but know many that did, but get a grip !
Labour Spin, Sleeze, the big brother society we now find ourselves in. As for the Ambulance, in the early 90's Ambos were not as qualified as they are now, No paramedics just ordinary Techs, which are no way as highly qualified as todays Techs !.

But why should any worker vote for a Party who are no better than the Tories ?? Accusing Firefighters of being friends of Saddam, Baby eaters, Bast#rds, the lies told about the Fire Service were a joke. Ainger Visited Pembroke Dock on the first day of the national strike, he didn't even have the balls to put his own slant on the dispute, but towed the party line, Gutless !!! Dont forget this bloke came to the county for one reason, to get the Americans out of the UK with CND !

Walter mitty says...
7:07pm Mon 10 May 10

And Another thing. As a Public sector worker, i've had to put up with Gold Plated Pension spin for a few years now, at least i've worked in the public sector for 27 years and worked for my pension. Unlike Brown i wont be able to retire on a Gold Plated Prime Ministers Pension after 2 years in the job !
As for Tim McMahon, please stop boring us, stick to your local Pub Meetings please.

billbob says...
8:56pm Mon 10 May 10

timmy boy...how can you say gord was the best chancellor??? he led us into recession, the biggest defecit this counrty has ever seen...i would hate to see a bad chancellor!!

termite says...
10:17pm Mon 10 May 10

may i just add brown is leaving, he was never voted as PM. Let us not forget mandleson is 2nd in command without even being elected. Labour have diluted our civil rights and ripped apart democracy by rushing thru the digital economy act mr mandlesons part of the deal for holidaying on that yacht.

malcolm calver says...
4:01am Tue 11 May 10

I read with interest all the comments regarding the election result. The conservative Simon Hart received the most votes and is therefore the Member of Parliament for the constituency.
Some people argue for a different voting system but I feel it is now time for a reality check due to the fact that the country is up to its eyes in debt and getting deeper in debt by the minute.
Cuts in taxpayer funded projects and services are inevitable.
I would suggest that the first sacred cow that needs cutting is the so called education budget as before long we will have more adults in school than children. The reality is that we must realise that we all have different abilities.

Tina2 says...
7:16am Tue 11 May 10

Walter mitty wrote:
Tina2 wrote:
billbob wrote: why do you people keep banging on about what happened 20 or 30 years ago? get over it and get on with it!!!!!!!
So we are suppose to forget that Kenneth Clarke said that ambulance workers were nothing but 'glorified taxi drivers'
Tina2,

I didn't vote Conservative but know many that did, but get a grip !
Labour Spin, Sleeze, the big brother society we now find ourselves in. As for the Ambulance, in the early 90's Ambos were not as qualified as they are now, No paramedics just ordinary Techs, which are no way as highly qualified as todays Techs !.

But why should any worker vote for a Party who are no better than the Tories ?? Accusing Firefighters of being friends of Saddam, Baby eaters, Bast#rds, the lies told about the Fire Service were a joke. Ainger Visited Pembroke Dock on the first day of the national strike, he didn't even have the balls to put his own slant on the dispute, but towed the party line, Gutless !!! Dont forget this bloke came to the county for one reason, to get the Americans out of the UK with CND !
Regarding ambulance personnel,

I know personally just how much that statement from Kenneth Clarke both hurt and annoyed ambulance staff. They may have not been paramedics at the time he gave his speech but they were no way just glorified taxi drivers as he implied.

Tim McMahon says...
3:23pm Tue 11 May 10

Walter mitty wrote:
And Another thing. As a Public sector worker, i've had to put up with Gold Plated Pension spin for a few years now, at least i've worked in the public sector for 27 years and worked for my pension. Unlike Brown i wont be able to retire on a Gold Plated Prime Ministers Pension after 2 years in the job ! As for Tim McMahon, please stop boring us, stick to your local Pub Meetings please.
Walter Mitty...what a saddo,I read your garbage,you are like everyone else and have freedom of speech to express your views but I am convicted enough to say who I am not hide behind obscurity as basically your anonymous adopted cloak is cowardly..put up or shut up?As to boring you I would not give you the time of day as you probably could not understand what time of day it is.If you are so irked see you in The Alma tonight at 7.30pm and utter your pathetic vibes to my face...your ball as they say in tennis(that's a game by the way)!

Tim McMahon says...
3:33pm Tue 11 May 10

billbob wrote:
timmy boy...how can you say gord was the best chancellor??? he led us into recession, the biggest defecit this counrty has ever seen...i would hate to see a bad chancellor!!
My name is not 'Timmy' billybobby but that aside the PM as chancellor then more importantly as PM steered the country and others who adopted his methods out of recession.Want to have a bad chancellor ?try George Osbourne CONservative shadow chancellor whose own party banned him to campaign up to the election and changed his name from Gideon to George for obvious reasons ...did you actually vote out of interest?

Tim McMahon says...
3:38pm Tue 11 May 10

termite wrote:
ah well bye bye gordon. 4 days before realisation that he wasnt wanted not even by his own party.
Did any of the leaders get a positive mandate re votes to govern?No so that is why the country is in this mess................
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Tim McMahon says...
3:45pm Tue 11 May 10

termite wrote:
NOT.I don't wear glasses especially rose-tinted ,leave that for such as yourself and those who get annoyed at"people banging on about the past i fear your mistaking me for some1 else. im not annoyed im just stating the facts. i notice you didnt respond to the selling of gold. Did i mention people banging on about the past? no. as i said i think your mistaking me for someone else. as for getting annoyed where did i do that? and i think you will find germany objected against browns reply to the recession, and i cannot find a quote anywhere where obama has said anything resembling your statement that brown got the world out of recession. i will happily apologise if you can point me in the correct direction
Well keep reading...I am only interested in the facts also.Sometimes these websites lose track of the topic under discussion.Cannot understand people remaining anonymous..if you have a view regardless of other peoples at least put your identity behind your conviction?

Tye says...
4:19pm Tue 11 May 10

Its amazing how the labour supporters are still spouting the lies, half truths and spin here they were spouting at my front door a few weeks ago.
They knew they were going to lose but that didn't stop them using the gutter - take a leaf from the winner!

SHAME on you

Tim McMahon says...
4:35pm Tue 11 May 10

Tye wrote:
Its amazing how the labour supporters are still spouting the lies, half truths and spin here they were spouting at my front door a few weeks ago. They knew they were going to lose but that didn't stop them using the gutter - take a leaf from the winner! SHAME on you
What winner?Come back when unemployment ,front-line services,minimum wage,child tax credits and God knows what else disappears to boost the rich happens.See back in recession.

Tye says...
5:41pm Tue 11 May 10

Tim McMahon wrote:
Tye wrote: Its amazing how the labour supporters are still spouting the lies, half truths and spin here they were spouting at my front door a few weeks ago. They knew they were going to lose but that didn't stop them using the gutter - take a leaf from the winner! SHAME on you
What winner?Come back when unemployment ,front-line services,minimum wage,child tax credits and God knows what else disappears to boost the rich happens.See back in recession.
what winner ? - I don't know what you're talking about but everyone else is discussing this local seat

don't forget slavery, eating babies and sending urchins up chimneys - those naught tories eh
honestly "front line services"?
Senior managers in all education, councils and the NHS have seen their salaries shoot up (have to pay to get the best - like jonathan ross eh?) taxes have shot up and they fiddle to statistics to justify our tax revenue hasn;'t been wasted - examples - NHS efficiencies whilst patients lie in their **** and catch diseases that have NEVER been seen in a srevices hospital (but they're closing too), kids passing every exam whilst the bosses organisations complain more kids than ever are leaving sKool unable to red and rite(sic) children killing themselves having been bullied, the £100k heads blather on about bullying policies but are terrified to record a parents complaint as a bullying complaint incase it looks bad on their statistics - on a more minor level (except if you are elderly and break your neck) cannot grit pavements but can find loads o money to increase the communications budget - which means spin doctors

Walter mitty says...
5:43pm Tue 11 May 10

What a hero you are Tim, Threats as well, and for what, calling you boring??............
..and who says i haven't been standing next to you previously???????

Lets get something straight, the Tories (Who i didn't Vote For) where the only party to have the balls to say the country is facing massive cuts, Labour Spin try to say Tax Credits under threat for all, untrue !! Its for those who earn 50K and above. Public services are going to have massive cuts (I know i work in it), Health will be savaged, but under management reduction, As we now have it three Heads for the Derwyn Health board, all had non redundancy clauses inserted into contracts before almagamation, 300K+ for 1 position which should be 100k, lots of pencil pushing going on there !.

Wont be long before we read another moan in the Telegraph Letters page, or in the Mirror then ??.

If its affects you so much, why not stand in the next WAG elections.

Have a nice pint, unfortunately i wont be able to join you as im 274 miles away atm, so wont get back in time, but i promise you i will pop in to put my views across about the Labour Party.....to your face as you requested...... though i've always been told, Politics and religion shouldn't be brought up in a pub???

doccyncis says...
6:03pm Tue 11 May 10

malcolm calver wrote:
I read with interest all the comments regarding the election result. The conservative Simon Hart received the most votes and is therefore the Member of Parliament for the constituency. Some people argue for a different voting system but I feel it is now time for a reality check due to the fact that the country is up to its eyes in debt and getting deeper in debt by the minute. Cuts in taxpayer funded projects and services are inevitable. I would suggest that the first sacred cow that needs cutting is the so called education budget as before long we will have more adults in school than children. The reality is that we must realise that we all have different abilities.
i wonder how long it will take the independent group and others to show their true colours (Blue) on the council, now we are going to have a Blue leadership.
Calver and Hall come out of the closet

Walter mitty says...
6:12pm Tue 11 May 10

Dont know much about Mr Calver, But Brian Hall is solid Blue !!

(Funny that the words to enter in the text box for this post is HATE-JOIN) :)

doccyncis says...
6:33pm Tue 11 May 10

calver, hall, stock, davies and both stoddarts to mention but a few. How many will have the balls or the bare faced cheek. mine says idea-gate

termite says...
6:52pm Tue 11 May 10

Tim McMahon wrote:
termite wrote: NOT.I don't wear glasses especially rose-tinted ,leave that for such as yourself and those who get annoyed at"people banging on about the past i fear your mistaking me for some1 else. im not annoyed im just stating the facts. i notice you didnt respond to the selling of gold. Did i mention people banging on about the past? no. as i said i think your mistaking me for someone else. as for getting annoyed where did i do that? and i think you will find germany objected against browns reply to the recession, and i cannot find a quote anywhere where obama has said anything resembling your statement that brown got the world out of recession. i will happily apologise if you can point me in the correct direction
Well keep reading...I am only interested in the facts also.Sometimes these websites lose track of the topic under discussion.Cannot understand people remaining anonymous..if you have a view regardless of other peoples at least put your identity behind your conviction?
wow not even answering any points now just spouting crap. well done on a well thought out and balanced article tim NOT. its up to me if i want my identity known or not and not upto you. just because you like to see your name in print or on the net not everyone is in love with their only self inflated opinion as you appear to be.

doccyncis says...
8:54pm Tue 11 May 10

never trust a lib/demon. may the lord have mercy upon your souls. obviously dont remember the last tory regime. ich bi ein berliner

billbob says...
9:24pm Tue 11 May 10

timmy how do you explain the chancellor/ex pm leading us into recession, the biggest defecit the counrty has ever had and rising unemployment? and try answering without getting stropping and spitting your dummy out

doccyncis says...
10:11pm Tue 11 May 10

billibob try having to spend on infrastructure that 18 years of tories didnt. Tories sold of all the golden egg laying geese, greed from th public for material things and something else, let me think, oh yes, having to spend billions of pounds buying shares in failed banks.

billbob says...
10:21pm Tue 11 May 10

you all sound very bitter and twisted

Walter mitty says...
10:22pm Tue 11 May 10

There was me thinking that Labour Sold all the Gold ??

Labour could have bought back British Rail (18 years of Tory Decline?? or Tory and Labour) British Gas, BT.

Tory's took us into War for the Falklands, Labour took us into War for the Americans.

But come on it really riles me when people keep saying Tory this Tory that......13 years Labour were in power, some good some bad, 78p a Litre of fuel in 1997, how much is it now?

As i've said previously i never voted Tory, but i **** well know we are going to suffer, i would rather suffer in the near future than know i'll suffer next year! Whatever you say about Labour giving to the people, they sure knew how to take it back and more with Stealth Taxes !!

doccyncis says...
10:39pm Tue 11 May 10

petrol prices free market economy and a green tax allegedly. windfall tax on utilities but not enough within 6 months of coming into power. Labour not left wing enough to go the whole hog sadly. Walter you didnt read the first part of my statement. Labour had to spend to bring essentials upto date. I worked in the NHS and we took 5 years just to get equipment suitable for the 20th century rather than the 21st . No government gets it 100% right but i remember going to work paying £86 a month for my mortgage and coming home paying over£200. stable interest rates are a thing of the past. Bankers making huge profits and us the public suffering. Yes Labour sold the gold but to pay for essentials. Falklands what a farce. and speaking as someone who lost 2 friends that sticks in my throat to say. Tallyho Walter. hope you dont own land for the hunt to go over.

Walter mitty says...
10:55pm Tue 11 May 10

No i dont own land, but i do have a paint ball gun to mark the toffs lol.

But my point with the Torys and Labour is more about 31 years of childish politics, you did this, did that etc..... At least with whats in place now no one party can rule the roost, this has to be good for the UK in general. With the NHS, yes there wasn't enough funding, but there isn't enough funding getting to the right place now, to many managers managing pencils rather than sorting out the front line.
Its the same story for all public services, Money being used for bloody stupid schemes, rather than getting to the sharp end.

I hope the Government starting today can do 80% of the good that a coalition WAG has done, if it does we'll hopefully come out stronger.

(And im sure this web site is taking the mick with the Code words??)

doccyncis says...
11:01pm Tue 11 May 10

yes the wt has a sense of humour. I agree with you on the coalition but the history worries me.
hope im proved wrong.
off to bed now night night
i got shoe- fear to finish

Walter mitty says...
11:05pm Tue 11 May 10

Funny enough i have a flat-date???

Best check my tyres

malcolm calver says...
11:44pm Wed 12 May 10

The election is over and there must be many disappointed voters especially those that either voted Conservative or Liberal Democrat. To see the parties form a coalition when they have just fought an election with totally apposing policies beggars belief.
It will be interesting to see if they campaign on the same ticket in the one election still outstanding and if so will the smaller parties take some of their votes.
Just to confirm I stood as an independent candidate, so did Mike and Viv Stoddart and Phil Baker. We have remained independent not like the rest of the so called independents who stood as independents but then joined the Independent Party.
I would suggest at the next election that those standing as independents should be asked if they intend to stay independent should they be elected.

doccyncis says...
4:47pm Thu 13 May 10

malcolm calver not a tory, dont make me laugh. your splitting of the vote to allow that angela burns into the assembly. the ferrying of voters to vote tory. and your previous political spoutings. Viv stoddart as tory as they come when you actually get her into a political conversation. Phil Baker good man. The rest of the independents well lets see.

Your sayYour Pembrokeshire

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