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Results: Thursday 27th November 2008.

Cambridgeshire CC, Hardwick
LD Fiona Whelan 1369 (49.9; +14.5)
Con 1169 (42.6; +1.3)
Lab 208 (7.6; -7.4)
[Green (0.0; -8.3)]
Majority 200
Turnout 36%
LD gain from Con
Percentage change is since May 2005

Devon CC, Exminster and Kenton
LD Alan Connett 1969 (62.5; +12.1)
Con 1182 (37.5; +0.4)
[Lab (0.0; -12.5)]
Majority 787
Turnout 43%
LD hold
Percentage change is since May 2005

Teignbridge DC, Kenn Valley
Con 924 (48.2; +7.0)
LD Hilary Berman 832 (43.4; -15.3)
Ind 160/128 (8.4; +8.4)
Majority 92
Turnout 42.1%
Con gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2007

Walsall MBC, Birchills and Leamore
Con 764 (43.9; +12.9)
Lab 661 (37.9; -16.7)
BNP 90 (5.2; +5.2)
LD Christine Cockayne 72 (4.1; +4.1)
Democratic Labour 69 (4.0; -2.3)
UKIP 52 (3.0; +3.0)
Green 34 (2.0; -6.1)
Majority 103
Turnout 19.6%
Con gain from Lab
Percentage change is since May 2008

Bridlington TC, North
Ind 369 (38.1)
LD Mike Heslop-Mullens 275 (28.4)
BNP 198 (20.5)
SDP 126 (13.0)
Majority 94
Turnout 9.9%
Ind gain from Lab

Bridlington TC, Old Town
SDP 183/172 (30.6)
LD Keith Chambers 147 (24.6)
BNP 143/114 (23.9)
Ind 125 (20.9)
Majorities 36/25
Turnout 7%
SDP hold x 2

Knutsford TC, Bexton
LD Barbara Austin 320 (56.2)
Con 249 (43.8)
Majority 71
Turnout 27%
LD gain from Con

Knutsford TC, Nether
Con 315 (53.0)
LD Caroline Aldhouse 166 (27.9)
Ind 113 (19.0)
Majority 149
Turnout 28.5%
Con hold

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