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Postal Votes Ward Counts Birmingham

ACOCKS GREEN Count 1248
ASTON Count 1881
BARTLEY GREEN Count 1471
BILLESLEY Count 1314
BORDESLEY GREEN Count 1970
BOURNVILLE Count 1460
BRANDWOOD Count 1471
EDGBASTON Count 1527
ERDINGTON Count 1163
HALL GREEN Count 1310
HANDSWORTH WOOD Count 941
HARBORNE Count 1530
HODGE HILL Count 1288
KINGS NORTON Count 1353
KINGSTANDING Count 963
LADYWOOD Count 1166
LONGBRIDGE Count 1265
LOZELLS AND EAST HANDSWORTH Count 1613
MOSELEY AND KINGS HEATH Count 1306
NECHELLS Count 1023
NORTHFIELD Count 1451
OSCOTT Count 1028
PERRY BARR Count 882
QUINTON Count 2091
SELLY OAK Count 829
SHARD END Count 1286
SHELDON Count 1561
SOHO Count 1017
SOUTH YARDLEY Count 1568
SPARKBROOK Count 2730
SPRINGFIELD Count 1776
STECHFORD AND YARDLEY NORTH Count 1450
STOCKLAND GREEN Count 1116
SUTTON FOUR OAKS Count 1894
SUTTON NEW HALL Count 1256
SUTTON TRINITY Count 1635
SUTTON VESEY Count 1305
TYBURN Count 1081
WASHWOOD HEATH Count 1489
WEOLEY Count 1382
Grand Count 56090

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R v SUSSEX JUSTICES ex p McCARTHY [1924] 1 KB 256

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