Will blazed a trail for his MP dad by winning election

Grammar school pupils cast their votes in a mock election.

Grammar school pupils cast their votes in a mock election.

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MP’s son Will Hayes blazed the trail for John when he was one of three Conservative winners in a mock election at Spalding Grammar School.

But, in stark contrast to the rest of the country and the 2010 landslide at the school for the Tories, a coalition was formed between the Conservatives and UKIP.

The Green Party won two houses and UKIP only one.

A spokesman for the school explained: “Green did not wish to work with Conservative, and so UKIP and Conservative agreed to work together.”

Results for each of the houses were:

Bentley: 1 UKIP Harry Johnson 49, 2 Green 47, 3 Con 44

Gamlyn: 1 Conservative Will Hayes 70, 2 Green 57

Hobson: 1 Conservative George Smith 80, 2 Lab 37

Johnson: 1 Green Simon Bell 50, 2 Con 42

Moulton: 1 Green Liam Matson 48, 2 Con 45, Con 45

Wykeham: 1 Conservative Oskar Emmauelle 53, UKIP 39