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Results: Thursday 25th September 2008.

Camden LBC, Hampstead Town
LD Linda Chung 1242 (44.1; +11.5)
Con 1114 (39.6; -6.9)
Lab 289 (10.3; -1.0)
Green 140 (5.0; -3.3)
BNP 29 (1.0; +1.0)
[Ind (0.0; -1.3)]
Majority 128
Turnout 36.7%
LD gain from Con
Percentage change is since May 2006

Chiltern DC, Chalfont St Giles
Con 927 (68.1; +0.6)
LD Paul Meakin 434 (31.9; -0.6)
Majority 493
Turnout 25.4%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Greenwich LBC, Plumstead
Lab 1318 (59.1; +12.4)
Con 542 (24.3; +1.5)
LD Leonie Barron 195 (8.7; -10.6)
Green 175 (7.8; +7.8)
[Ind (0.0; -11.2)]
Majority 776
Turnout 21.5%
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2006

Stevenage BC, Pin Green
Lab 716 (54.4; +6.9)
Con 321 (24.4; -5.1)
LD Gordon Knight 112 (8.5; -2.8)
UKIP 85 (6.5; +6.5)
Free England 81 (6.2; -5.4)
Majority 395
Turnout not known
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2008

Swale BC, Minster Cliffs
Con 549 (48.0; +1.6)
Sheppey First 328 (28.7; +28.7)
Lab 204 (17.8; +1.8)
LD Dave Manning 63 (5.5; -25.9)
[The official Monster Raving Loony Party (0.0; -6.2)]
Majority 221
Turnout 19.8%
Con gain from Sheppey First
Percentage change is since May 2008

Swale BC, Sheerness East
Lab 326 (38.5; +6.7)
LD Colin Howe 177 (20.9; +10.0)
Con 173 (20.4; -1.8)
Sheppey First 171 (20.2; -14.9)
Majority 149
Turnout 23.1%
Lab gain from Sheppey First
Percentage change is since May 2007

Wealden DC, Alfriston
LD Andy Watkins 495 (51.6; +23.4)
Con 465 (48.4; -23.4)
Majority 30
Turnout 48.0%
LD gain from Con
Percentage change is since May 2007

Winchester City DC, Colden Common and Twyford
LD Daryl Henry 1180 (54.1; +1.1)
Con 938 (43.0; -1.6)
Lab 64 (2.9; +0.5)
Majority 242
Turnout 51%
LD hold
Percentage change is since May 2008

Abergavenny TC, Priory
LD Melissa Toombs 175 (50.3)
Con 115 (33.0)
Ind 58 (16.7)
Majority 60
Turnout 23%
LD gain from Lab

Bognor Regis TC, Pevensey
Con 266 (31.7)
LD David Meagher 249 (29.7)
Lab 191 (22.8)
BNP 132 (15.8)
Majority 17
Turnout 20.7%
Con hold

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