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Friday, November 26, 2010

Council By-elections

Last night's results:

Blaby South Ward, Blaby DC. LD hold. LD 381 (44%, -21), Con 264 (30.5%, -4.5), Lab 153 (17.7%, +17.7), BNP 68 (7.9%, +7.9). Swing of 8.3% from LD to Con since 2007.

Worth Valley Ward, Bradford MBC. Con hold. Con 1020 (47.8%, +2.4), Lab 697 (32.7%, +2.2), Green 235 (11%, +11), LD 180 (8.4%, -9.7). Swing of 0.1% from Lab to Con since May this year.

Plaistow Ward, Chichester DC. Con hold. Con 416 (54.2%, -3.5), LD 289 (37.7%, +3.3), UKIP 62 (8.1%, +8.1). Swing of 3.4% from Con to LD since February this year.

Bowbrook Division, Worcs CC. Con hold. Con 1088 (59.2%, -1.2), LD 536 (29.2%, +7.2), Lab 213 (11.6%, +4.6). Swing of 4.2% from Con to LD since 2009.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come on Bradford get your act together

9:46 pm, November 26, 2010

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bowbrook (Worc'shire)


BARTON, Christopher The Labour Party Candidate 213

MILLER, Anthony Peter The Conservative Party Candidate
1088 Elected

ROWLEY, Alexandra Margaret Liberal Democrats 536

Bowbrook (Worc'shire)

Candidate


2009

Tony Miller (CON)60.4%

Margaret Rowley (LD)22%

N/C (GRN)10.6%

Chris Barton (LAB)7%

9:54 pm, November 26, 2010

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Plaistow Chichester CC
Con 416
Lib Dem 289
UKIP 62
turnout 19.1%

9:59 pm, November 26, 2010

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

South Blaby (Leicestershire)

Lib Dem 381 (44%) (2007 949)

Conservative 264 (30%) (2007 510)

Labour 153 (18%) (2007 n/a)

BNP 68 (8%)

10:07 pm, November 26, 2010

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Worth Valley ward, in the all-out elections of 2004, elected a BNP councillor.
It is hard to believe that now!
Strong and determined opposition has done such a great deal to turn back the Nazi tide in Bradford.

That Blaby result does not look to good for the BNP either. And this comes so soon after yet another BNP councillor has left the party.

10:14 am, November 27, 2010

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But Bradford labour really needs to get its act together to win next May as we are doing elsewhere


Surely the home of the ILP must be won for Labour

come on comrades

and yes well done on defeating BNP

11:30 pm, November 27, 2010

 
Blogger Merseymike said...

Worth Valley isn't 'Bradford' per se - its Haworth and the posh surrounding villages. Its been a safe Tory seat for most of its existence: Eric Pickles used to represent it on Bradford Council! Not a bad result for us, actually. The Fib Dem vote dropped.

The BNP won one out of three seats in the allout elections of 2004.

9:51 pm, November 28, 2010

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

how did pickles get up the hill in Howarth


when he didnt have a specially asapted Jag as he does now
cost to tax payer £70,0000

or three NHS nurses wages

2:48 pm, November 29, 2010

 

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