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24 January 2017, 12:41 | Ella Tate
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall to stand in Stoke Central by-election
Nuttall emerged triumphant after hustings alongside other shortlisted candidates on Friday night, setting the scene for a contest that will illuminate the shape of post-Brexit politics in England.
The by-election will be held alongside a separate poll in the Cumbrian seat of Copeland, triggered by the resignation of another Labour MP, Jamie Reed.
One party source told the Guardian Mr Nuttall was concerned his name on the ballot paper could focus anti-Ukip forces and harm the party's chances in what is not considered one of its key target seats.
Labour will pick its candidate on Wednesday (25 January).
Stoke-on-Trent, at just under 70%, recorded one of the highest proportions of Leave votes anywhere in the United Kingdom in last summer's European Union referendum, despite Labour's policy backing Remain.
The 40-year-old Bootle born MEP has only been the leader of his party since November 28 but is already itching to get himself into the House of Commons, according to those close to him.
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