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Election results: Thursday 25th October 2007.

Cumbria CC, Penrith East
LD Patricia Bell 800 (59.8; +14.7), Con 380 (28.4; -2.20), Ind 123 (9.2; +3.6), Green 34 (2.5; +2.5), [Lab (0.0; -18.7)].
Majority 420. Turnout 29.7%. Ld hold. Last fought 2005.

Great Yarmouth DC, Nelson
Lab 329 (42.5; +0.1), Ind 257 (33.2; +33.2), LD Nick Dyer 96 (12.4; +12.4), Ind 49 (6.3; +6.3), Green 43 (5.6; -1.8), [National Front ( 0.0; -22.9)], [Con (0.0; -27.3)].
Majority 72. Turnout not known. Lab hold. Last fought 2007.

Harlow DC, Little Parndon and Hare Street
Lab 794 (52.6; +3.4), Con 598 (39.6; +0.5), LD Nick Macy 117 (7.8; -4.0).
Majority 196. Turnout 28.4%. Lab hold. Last fought 2007.

Harlow DC, Toddbrook
Con 728 (45.2; +5.4), Lab 713 (44.3; +3.3), Respect 102 (6.3; -6.6), LD Julian Watkiss 67 (4.2; -2.1).
Majority 15. Turnout not known. Con gain from Lab. Last fought 2007.

North Devon DC, Witheridge
Con 448 (58.5; -0.2), LD Kate Palmer 318 (41.5; +0.2).
Majority 130. Turnout 42%. Con hold. Last fought 2007.

Penwith DC, Gwinear, Gwithian and Hayle East
Con 493 (57.7; +4.6), Ind 192 (22.5; +22.5), Lab 170 (19.9; +19.9), [LD (0.0; -46.9)].
Majority 301. Turnout 27.1%. Con hold. Last fought 2006.

Sefton MBC, Manor
Con 922 (40.5; -7.6), LD John Gibson 769 (33.8; +13.4), Lab 419 (18.4; -13.1), BNP 94 (4.1; +4.1), UKIP 71 (3.1; +3.1).
Majority 153. Thurnout 22.8%. Con gain from Lab. Last fought 2007.

Waltham Abbey TC, Waltham Abbey Honey Lane
Con 299 (30.4), BNP 281 (28.5), LD Christine Akers 274 (27.8), Lab 131 (13.3).
Majority 18. Turnout 21.5%. Con hold.

Wrexham UA, Stansty
Lab 370 (50.3; +28.8), LD Bruce Roberts 271 (36.8; -21.9), Con 50 (6.8; +6.8), PC 45 (6.1; +6.1), [Forward Wales (0.0; -19.8)].
Majority 99. Turnout 43.6%. Lab gain from Ind. Last fought 2004.


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