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Results: Thursday 30th October 2008.

Allerdale BC, Workington St John's
Lab 452 (35.6; -14.7)
Con 394 (31.0; -18.7)
BNP 257 (20.2; +20.2)
Ind 113 (8.9; +8.9)
Green 55 (4.3; +4.3)
Majority 58
Turnout 30%
Lab gain from Con
Percentage change is since 2007

Brentwood BC, Hutton South
Con 686 (73.4; -5.1)
LD Linda Price 199 (21.3; +6.4)
Lab 50 (5.3; -1.3)
Majority 487
Turnout 31.2%
Con hold
Percentage change is since 2008

Camden LBC, Kentish Town
LD Nick Russell 939 (36.5; +0.9)
Lab 863 (33.5; +3.2)
Green 518 (20.1; -6.3)
Con 171 (6.6; -1.1)
BNP 62 (2.4; +2.4)
UKIP 21 (0.8; +0.8)
Majority 76
Turnout 28.7%
LD hold
Percentage change is since 2006

South Oxfordshire DC, Thame North
Con 423 (50.5; +8.3)
LD Jeannette Matelot Green 287 (34.3; -9.5)
Lab 127 (15.2; +1.3)
Majority 136
Turnout 18.9%
Con hold
Percentage change is since 2007

Coedffranc Community Council, Coedffranc
Ind elected unopposed
Ind hold

Dover TC, St Radigunds
Lab 244 (32.7)
Con 219 (29.4)
LD Dean Stiles 93 (12.5)
Dover Alliance 86 (11.5)
Ind 72 (9.7)
Ind 32 (4.3)
Majority 25
Turnout 20.9%
Lab gain from Ind

Gainsborough TC, East
LD Mark Binns 327, John Ridley 318 (64.1)
Ind 183 (35.9)
Majorities 144/135
Turnout 10.1%
Ld hold x 2

Ystalyfera TC, Ystalyfera
Lab 311 (48.4)
PC 280 (43.5)
LD Sheila Waye 52 (8.1)
Majority 31
Turnout 27%
Lab gain from PC

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