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Election Results 25th Feb 2010

Bracknell Forest UA, Owlsmoor
Con 508 (54.2; -1.9)
LD Mark James Thompson 238 (25.4: +25.4)
Lab 126 (13.4; +13.4)
Green 66 (7.0; +7.0)
[UKIP (0.0; -18.2)]
[Others (0.0; -25.8)]
Majority 270
Turnout 24%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Broxtowe DC, Eastwood South
LD Keith Longdon 985 (53.1; +34.0)
Lab 484 (26.1; -12.1)
Con 387 (20.9; -0.4)
[Others (0.0; -5.2)]
[BNP (0.0; -16.3)]
Majority 501
Turnout not known
LD gain from Lab
Percentage change is since May 2007

Huntingdonshire DC, Fenstanton
LD Colin Saunderson 391 (51.1; +4.2)
Con 337 (44.1; -4.1)
Lab 37 (4.8; -0.1)
Majority 54
Turnout 31%
LD gain from Con
Percentage change is since May 2007

Mansfield BC, Portland
Lab 407 (45.8; +2.2)
Mansfield Independent Forum 263 (29.6; -26.9)
Con 116 (13.0; +13.0)
LD Nicholas Spencer 66 (7.4; +7.4)
UKIP 37 (4.2: +4.2)
Majority 144
Turnout 24.15%
Lab gain from Other
Percentage change is since May 2007

Mansfield DC, Sherwood
Lab 406 (46.4; +8.3)
Mansfield Independent Forum 171 (19.5; -42.4)
Con 156 (17.8; +17.8)
UKIP 93 (10.6; +10.6)
LD Anna Marie Ellis 49 (5.6; +5.6)
Majority 235
Turnout 24.84%
Lab gain from Other
Percentage change is since May 2007

Mid Devon DC, Yeo
Con 714 (59.4; +26.4)
LD Peter John Heal 489 (40.6; -26.4)
Majority 225
Turnout 45%
Con gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2007

Nottinghamshire CC, Mansfield South
Lab 1342 (33.5; +13.4)
Mansfield Independent Forum 1108 (27.6; -12.7)
Con 774 (19.3; -9.2)
UKIP 489 (12.2; +12.2)
LD Danielle Kerry Gent 295 (7.4; -3.8)
Majority 234
Turnout 20.94%
Lab gain from Other
Percentage change is since June 2009

South Tyneside MBC, Primrose
Lab 854 (42.0; -6.5)
BNP 566 (27.9; -5.1)
Others (Ind 213 / Ind 174) (19.1; +19.1)
Con 124 (6.1; -12.4)
LD Susan Heather Troupe 100 (4.9; +4.9)
Majority 288
Turnout 32.25%
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2008

Eastwood TC, Eastwood South
LD Lorraine Perro 955 (51.6)
Lab 482 (26.1)
Con 412 (22.3)
Majority 473
Turnout 26.6%
LD gain from Lab

Great Cornard PC, Great Cornard North
LD Marion Press 273 (61.1)
Lab 174 (38.9)
Majority 99
Turnout 13.93%
LD gain from Con

Great Cornard PC, Great Cornard South
LD Richard Anthony Platt 203 (58.2)
Con 146 (41.8)
Majority 57
Turnout 10.97%
LD gain from Con

Sandhurst TC, Owlsmoor
Con 453 (48.2)
LD Mark James Thompson 201 (21.4)
Lab 124 (13.2)
UKIP 112 (11.9)
Green 50 (5.3)
Majority 252
Turnout 24%
Con hold

Beverley TC, Minster South
Con 322 (39.3)
Green 183 (22.3)
LD Bob Foot 165 (20.1)
Lab 149 (18.2)
Majority 139
Turnout 15% (approximate)
Con gain from Lab


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