Labour will win the Wycombe parliamentary seat by a very slim majority, narrowly beating the Conservatives and UKIP by just one per cent.

At least, that is how this year’s General Election will pan out if one looks at the Bucks Free Press’ latest poll.

Following a heated debate at John Hampden Grammar School’s Question Time event last Thursday, we asked readers which parliamentary candidate won their vote.

Labour’s David Williams picked up the most votes, with 26 per cent.

He was closely followed by Wycombe’s current Conservative MP, Steve Baker, who was tied with UKIP’s David Meacock. Both received 25 per cent of the vote.

Liberal Democrat Steve Guy got 15 per cent, with Jem Bailey from the Green Party trailing in fifth place with 9 per cent.

Bucks Free Press:

Results from our ballot.

With this year’s General Election little more than one month away, could it really be such a close call?

Keep checking the Bucks Free Press as we kick-start our election coverage next week.