A blog by Luke Akehurst about politics, elections, and the Labour Party - With subtitles for the Hard of Left. Just for the record: all the views expressed here are entirely personal and do not necessarily represent the positions of any organisations I am a member of.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Euro election stats

Euro election results by local authority are available here: http://www.parliament.uk/commons/lib/research/rp2009/rp09-053.pdf


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The European directives are crazy!

They are privatizing and fragmenting Euro railways as its an EU directive, using the UK as an example! Now its the UK health service and post office under attack from the Brussels fascist system.

The sooner the better Brussels directives are defeated by European workers.

9:42 pm, June 18, 2009

Blogger Harry Barnes said...

To my knowledge there was nowhere on the media or on the internet where these details were shown. I had to ask my local District Council Leader to get me acopy of the East Midland figures by District. Yet it should have been possible for a computer programme to have been put in place to transform the EU election figures into roughly equivalent results by Parliamemtary Constituencies. This would of course have been false because of the role of UKIP, but it would have been an interesting exercise. It would have involved a fraction of the effort given to MPs expences.

4:48 pm, June 19, 2009

Anonymous Andrea said...

Glasgow Council provided figures at Parliamentary (Westminster) level

12:22 pm, June 20, 2009

Anonymous Andrea said...

Glasgow Central: Lab 3984 SNP 3848
Glasgow East: Lab 4607 SNP 3811
Glasgow North: SNP 3447 Lab 3073
Glasgow North East: Lab 5244 SNP 3177
Glasgow North West: Lab 5140 SNP 4655
Glasgow South: SNP 5192 Lab 4451

On vote2007 forum people from Birmingham count reported that they were given results at constituency level. The figures are there.
IIRC Labour were ahead in Ladywood, Perry Bar, Hodge Hill, Hall Green and Erdington. Con were ahead in Selly Oak, Edgbaston, Bracknell and Northfield. LD ahead in Yardley

12:39 pm, June 20, 2009

Anonymous Rich said...

Europe serves one purpose and that is to remove your right to choice and to give more power to banks, corporations and the political elite.

They want to privatise your NHS, yet for some reason a Labour government is pro Europe?

Soon over 80% of British laws will be passed in a European parliament....our own general elections will be almost pointless and our Parliament powerless.

6:06 pm, June 20, 2009


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