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Election Results: Thursday 20th September 2007

Birmingham MBC, Brandwood
Lab 1998 (42.7; +9.1), Con 1663 (35.6; -4.2), BNP 290 (6.2; -2.7), LD Brian
Peace 285 (6.1; -4.9), Green 193 (4.1; -2.6), Ind 157 (3.4; +3.4), UKIP 64
(1.4; +1.4), New Nationalist Party 25 (0.5; +0.5).
Majority 335. Turnout 26.2%. Lab gain from Con. Last fought 2007.

Caerphilly UA, Moriah
Lab 638 (73.5; -3.1), Ind 230 (26.5; +26.5), [PC (0.0; -23.4)].
Majority 408. Turnout 26.3%. Lab hold. Last fought 2004.

Copeland DC, Harbour
Lab 463 (44.3; -17.1), Con 337 (32.2; -6.4), BNP 245 (23.4; +23.4).
Majority 126. Turnout 31.5%. Lab hold. Last fought 2007.

Nuneaton and Bedworth BC, Abbey
Lab 807 (37.9; -1.0), BNP 457 (21.5; +21.5), LD Mish Whitmore 409
(19.2; -16.5), Con 329 (15.5; -9.9), Green 115 (5.4; +5.4), Ind 10 (0.5;
+0.5).
Majority 350. Turnout 38.9%. Lab gain from LD. Last fought 2006.

Pembrokeshire UA, Pembroke St Michael
Con 251 (30.6; +30.6), LD Gareth Jones 242 (29.5; -28.9), Ind 184
(22.5; -19.1), Lab 142 (17.3; +17.3).
Majority 9. Turnout 42.5%. Con gain from LD. Last fought 2004.

Southend on Sea UA, Shoeburyness
Ind 666 (34.0; +6.0), Con 494 (25.2; -8.8), Lab 460 (23.5; +3.5), BNP 273
(13.9; +0.9), LD Jane Dresner 66 (3.4; -1.6).
Majority 172. Turnout 25.3%. Ind gain from Con. Last fought 2007.

Wigan MBC, Wigan West
Lab 837 (43.7; -3.9), LD Trevor Beswick 464 (24.2; +24.2), BNP 264 (13.8;
0.0), Community Action Party 219 (11.4; -7.8), Ind 72 (3.8; +3.8), Green 60
(3.1; +3.1), [Con (0.0; -19.3)].
Majority 373. Turnout 18.7%. Lab hold. Last fought 2007.

Worcester City DC, St Clement
Lab 604 (42.5; +19.5), Con 478 (33.6; -15.8), BNP 166 (11.7; -4.1), UKIP 122
(8.6; +8.6), Green 52 (3.7; -8.1).
Majority 126. Turnout 31.4%. Lab gain from Con. Last fought 2007.

Further Result from 13th September 2007.

Croxley Green PC, Croxley Green North
LD Frank Brand 207 (elected) (42.9), Ind 161 (elected) (33.3), Ind 140
(29.0), Resident 115 (23.8).
Majority 46. Turnout 13.7%.

Comments

blighty said…
Always nice to see the BNP doing well, after living in London for 49 years,we moved to Devon, its well sort of like, living in England again.

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