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Election Results 10th September 2009

York City UA, Heworth
Lab 876 (34.0; -2.6)
LD Jennifer Ayre 608 (23.6; +11.5)
Con 591 (23.0; +2.3)
Green 302 (11.7; -6.1)
BNP 172 (6.7; -6.0)
Official Monster Raving Loony Party 25 (1.0; +1.0)
Majority 268
Turnout 26.6%
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Daventry DC, Drayton
Counting Friday morning, result expected at 2pm.

South Tyneside MBC, Westoe
Ind 694 / 194 (39.2; -26.4)
Lab 567 (25.0; +6.1)
Con 320 (14.1; +3.3)
BNP 266 (11.7; +11.7)
LD William John Troupe 225 (9.9; +9.9)
Majority 127
Turnout 34.5%
Ind hold
Percentage change is since May 2008

Leicester City UA, Castle
Lab 611 (31.7; +5.1)
Green 519 (26.9; -8.6)
Con 435 (22.6; +7.2)
LD Joan Garrity 292 (15.1; -3.1)
UKIP 41 (2.1; -0.5)
Liberal 31 (1.6; -0.1)
Majority 92
Turnout 12.65%
Lab gain from Green
Percentage change is since May 2007

Harborough DC, Market Harborough Welland
LD Colin Davies 600 (54.8; +7.1)
Con 373 (34.1; +5.3)
BNP 122 (11.1; +11.1)
[Lab (0.0; -23.5)]
Majority 227
Turnout 22.8%
LD hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Stockport MBC, Cheadle and Gatley
LD Iain Roberts 2625 (52.9; +7.5)
Con 2005 (40.4; -5.4)
Lab 143 (2.9; -5.9)
UKIP 96 (1.9; +1.9)
Green 91 (1.8; +1.8)
Majority 620
Turnout 43.9%
LD hold
Percentage change is since May 2008

Daventry DC, Yelvertoft
Counting Friday morning, result expected Friday afternoon.

Party defending seat: Con. Cause: Resignation.

Wyre Forest BC, Lickhill
Community and Health Concern 643 (48.1; -1.5)
Con 512 (38.3; -1.6)
Lab 140 (10.5; 0.0)
LD Claire Cassidy 41 (3.1; +3.1)
Majority 131
Turnout 24.44%
Ind hold
Percentage change is since May 2008

Rayleigh TC, Whitehouse
Con 488 (69.0)
LD Corey Vost 166 (23.0)
BNP 57 (8.0)
Majority 322
Turnout 22%


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