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Election Results: 6th December 2007.

Derbyshire Dales DC, Masson
Con 356 (48.2; +7.2), Lab 256 (34.7; -8.8), LD Tracy Steadman 126 (17.1; -1.6).
Majority 100. Turnout 30%. Con gain from Lab. Last fought 2007.

Maidstone BC, Shepway South
Con 251 (36.0; -9.7), Lab 240 (34.4; +34.4), LD Brian Vizzard 173 (24.8; -22.0), Green 34 (4.9 ; -2.6).
Majority 11. Turnout 16.1%. Con gain from Lab. Last fought 2007.

Richmond upon Thames LBC, Barnes
Con 1643 (56.2; +3.8), LD Barbara Westmorland 1103 (37.7; -5.8), Lab 91 (3.1; -1.0), Green 87 (3.0; +3.0).
Majority 540. Turnout 41.2%. Con hold. Last fought 2006.

Sandwell MBC, Princes End
Lab 796 (48.1; +12.4), Con 517 (31.2; +11.4), BNP 314 (19.0; -15.9), LD Dorothy Brayshaw 29 (1.8; +1.8), [Ind (0.0; -9.6)].
Majority 279. Turnout 18.6%. Lab gain from BNP. Last fought 2007.

Wokingham UA, Remenham, Wargrave and Ruscombe
Con 913 (70.6; -2.9), LD Martin Alder 237 (18.3; -0.5), UKIP 83 (6.4; +2.5), Lab 60 (4.6; +0.8).
Majority 676. Turnout not known. Con hold. Last fought 2006.

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Richard said…
Don't think the Labour figures for Maidstone are right.

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