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Results: Thursday 9th October 2008

Bristol UA, St George West
LD Tony Potter 923 (34.0; +9.1)
Lab 816 (30.1; -8.2)
Con 509 (18.8; -18.1)
Ind 257 (9.5; +9.5)
Green 116 (4.3; +4.3)
English Democrats 93 (3.4; +3.4)
Majority 107
Turnout 32.9%
LD gain from Lab
Percentage change is since May 2007

Cheshire CC, Knutsford
Con 1647 (58.7; +11.4)
LD Caroline Aldhouse 818 (29.1; -2.0)
Lab 342 (12.2; -9.4)
Majority 829
Turnout 28%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2005

Cheshire East UA, Knutsford
Con 1679 (59.7; +2.1)
LD Caroline Aldhouse 817 (29.0; +5.0)
Lab 318 (11.3; -7.2)
Majority 862
Turnout 28%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2008

East Hampshire DC, Holybourne and Froyle
Con 424 (54.6; -13.6)
LD Dean-Paul Phillips 352 (45.4; +21.6)
[Ind (0.0; -8.0)]
Majority 72
Turnout 35.6%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Haringey LBC, Alexandra
LD Nigel Scott 1460 (49.9; -6.0)
Lab 772 (26.4; +5.9)
Con 443 (15.2; +6.3)
Green 221 (7.6; -7.3)
BNP 27 (0.9; +0.9)
Majority 688
Turnout 35%
LD hold
Percentage change is since May 2006

Isle of Wight UA, Mount Joy
Con 286 (45.5; -2.7)
LD Stephanie Wilmott 155 (24.6; -5.7)
Ind 150 (23.8; +23.8)
Lab 38 (6.0; -12.8)
[Liberal (0.0; -2.6)]
Majority 131
Turnout 31.6%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2005

Kent CC, Herne Bay
Con 2474 (47.7; +10.3)
LD Margaret Flaherty 1524 (29.4; -3.3)
Lab 537 (10.4; -12.8)
BNP 399 (7.7; +7.7)
UKIP 252 (4.9; -1.9)
Majority 950
Turnout 23.2%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2005

Southwark LBC, Rotherhithe
LD Wilma Nelson 1149 (56.8; +9.2)
Lab 618 (30.6; +5.3)
Con 255 (12.6; -4.3)
[Green (0.0; -10.2)]
Majority 531
Turnout 23.8%
LD hold
Percentage change is since May 2006

Stroud TC, Central
Green 183 (60.6)
LD Graham Lloyd-Jones 119 (39.4)
Majority 64
Turnout 19%
Green hold

Wantage TC, Segsbury
LD Peter Kent 328 (49.8)
Con 201 (30.5)
Lab 130 (19.7)
Majority 127
Turnout 24%
LD gain from Con

West Lindsey DC, Middle Rasen
Con 400 (76.2; +36.5)
UKIP 125 (23.8; +13.4)
[LD (0.0; -49.9)]
Majority 275
Turnout 22.5%
Con gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2007

Further Result from Howard Middleton

25th September 2008.

Ilkley PC, Ilkley South
Ind 342 (72.0)
LD Vaughan Bruce 133 (28.0)
Majority 209
Turnout 21%
Ind gain from Con.


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