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By Election Results 18th February 2010

Bridgend UA, Pendre
Lab 200 (36.6; -12.7)
LD Anita Dawn Davies 193 (35.3; -15.3)
Ind 68 (12.5; +12.5)
Con 60 (11.0; +11.0)
PC 25 (4.6; +4.6)
Majority 7
Turnout not known
Lab gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2008

Charnwood BC, Birstall Watermead
Con 674 (47.7; +2.8)
Lab 452 (32.0; +32.0)
BNP 288 (20.4; +20.4)
[LD (0.0; -55.2)]
Majority 222
Turnout 26.94%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Leeds City Council, Hyde Park and Woodhouse Ward
Lab 1054 (47.8; +9.4)
LD Michael Taylor 671 (30.5; -10.2)
Con 188 (8.5; +1.2)
Ind 150 (6.8; +6.8)
Green 140 (6.4; -3.7)
[BNP (0.0; -3.4)]
Majority 383
Turnout 14.8%
Lab gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2008

Liverpool MBC, Fazakerley
Lab 1525 (57.5; 0.0)
LD Graham Seddon 807 (30.5; +11.1)
BNP 234 (8.8; -5.2)
Green 84 (3.2; +1.1)
[Lib (0.0; -2.2)]
[Con (0.0; -4.9)]
Majority 718
Turnout 23%
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2008

South Hams DC, Ivybridge Filham
LD Tony Barber 379 (44.3; +11.9)
Con 356 (41.6; -26.0)
Lab 121 (14.1; +14.1)
Majority 23
Turnout 21.76%
LD gain from Con
Percentage change is since May 2007

Wychavon DC, Evesham South
Con 358 (52.3; +1.2)
LD Diana Brown 176 (25.7; +2.1)
UKIP 150 (21.9; -3.3)
Majority 182
Turnout 16.26%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Chepstow TC, St. Christopher
LD Tony Redhead 195 (62.9)
Con 115 (37.1)
Majority 80
Overall: 16.55% (In-person: 11.67% Postal: 79.85%)
LD hold

Evesham TC, Evesham South
Con 432 (66.6)
UKIP 217 (33.4)
Majority 215
Turnout 16.16%
Con hold

Gainsborough TC, South West
LD Daniel Dand 250 (63.3)
Ind 145 (36.7)
Majority 105
Turnout 10.68%
LD hold

Pontypridd TC, Pontypridd Town
LD Phil Price 196 (31.9)
Lab 188 (30.6)
Monster Raving Looney Party 130 (21.2)
PC 100 (16.3)
Majority 8
Turnout not known
LD gain from PC

Patchway TC, Stoke Lodge
Con 370 (65.4)
Ind 101 (17.8)
LD Ken Graupner 98 (17.3)
Majority 269
Turnout 34.3%
Con hold


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