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By Election Results 6th May 2010

6th May

Halton UA, Mersey
LD Christopher Martin Carlin 1117 (38.9)
Lab 1153 (40.2)
Lab 1062
LD Trevor Edward Higginson 1044 (36.4)
Con 364 (12.7)
BNP 235 (8.2)
Majorities 55 / 91
Turnout 102.83%

Reigate and Banstead BC, Redhill East
Green 1882
Con 1398
Green 1361
Con 1364
LD Soo Abram 1335
Con 1274
Green 1043
Lab 880
Lab 635
UKIP 509
Ind 140
Turnout 66.34%

Preston City Council, Riversway
Lab 1140
LD Liam Pennington 807
Lab 803
LD Stephen Wilkinson 709
Con 466
Con 407
Turnout 53.2%

Warwickshire CC, Nuneaton St Nicholas
Con 3195 (56.3; -8.5)
Lab 1616 (28.5; +9)
Green 589 (10.4; -5.4)
Oth 280 (4.9; +4.9)
Majority: 1579
Turnout:
Con Hold
Percentage change is since June 2009

Test Valley BC, Anna Valley
Con 1804 (63.5; -0.3)
LD Tony Evans 836 (29.4; +9.9)
Other 202 (7.1; -9.5)
Majority 968
Turnout 75%
Con Hold
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Wokingham UA, Shinfield South
Con 1949
Con 1820
LD Elaine Spratling 1188
Green 664
Green 251
Con hold

Chesterfield BC, Brimington South
Lab 1500 (47.9; +4.1)
LD Stephen James Hartley 1134 (36.2; -12.6)
Con 499 (15.9; +8.5)
Majority 366
Turnout 65.3%
Lab gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Wokingham UA, Maiden Erlegh
Con 2254
Con 2161
LD John Eastwell 2083
LD Caroline Smith 2016
Lab 1077
Con hold

Welwyn Hatfield BC, Northaw and Cuffley
Con 2418
Con 1798
LD Nigel Anthony Van Someren Bain 582
BNP 222
Turnout 73.7%
Con hold

Dudley MBC, Sedgley
Con 3430 (50.8; +16.4)
Lab 2202 (32.6; -9.6)
UKIP 891 (13.2; +7.3)
National Front 234 (3.5; +3.5)
[LD (0.0; -4.2)]
[BNP (0.0; -13.4)]
Majority 1228
Turnout 69.81%
Con hold.
Percentage change is since May 2008.

North Kesteven DC, Branston
Con 1309 (46.2; -26.1)
Ind 1202 (42.4; +42.4)
BNP 325 (11.5; +11.5)
[UKIP 0 (0.0; -27.8)]
Con hold
Majority 107
Turnout unknown
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Kings Lynn and West Norfolk BC, Mershe Lande
Con 548 (42; +10.9)
Ind 372 (28.5; -18)
LD John Nicholas-Letch 212 (16.2; +16.2)
Lab 173 (13.3; -9.1)
Con gain from Ind
Majority 176
Turnout unknown
Percentage change is since May 2007.

East Devon DC, Seaton
LD Peter Warwick Burrows 2414 (57.4; +16.6)
Con 1795 (42.6; +0.3)
[UKIP 0 (0.0; -11.5)]
[Lab 0 (0.0; -5.4)]
LD hold
Majority 619
Turnout 70.8%
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Stafford BC, Gnosall and Woodseaves
Con 2336 (61.0; -9.0)
LD David Geoffrey Kirby 1240 (32.4; +2.4)
Green 255 (6.7; +6.7)
Con hold
Majority 1096
Turnout unknown
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Perth and Kinross UA, (Ward 7) Strathallan
SNP 1555 (30.3; +4.5)
Con 1713 (33.4; -0.1) [4]
LD Neil Gaunt 1042 (20.3; +8.3) [3]
Lab 754 (14.7; +5.8) [2]
Other 61 (1.2; -13.5) [1]
SNP Hold (elected under STV at Stage 5*)
Turnout 67.8%
Percentage change is since May 2007.


* Vote numbers are First Preferences received at Stage 1. Square brackets indicate Stage at which candidates were eliminated.

Ryedale DC, Norton West
LD Hugh Stevens Spencer 579 (50.7; +9.1)
Con 455 (39.9; +10.9)
BNP 107 (9.4; +9.4)
[Ind 0 (0.0; -29.4)]
LD gain from Ind
Majority 124
Turnout unknown
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Glasgow City Council UA, Ward 14 Drumchapel / Anniesland
Lab 5710 (56.3; -4.1)
SNP 2197 (21.7; +0.1)
LD Paul McGarry 1143 (11.3; +7.3)
Con 710 (7.0; +2.3)
Green 375 (3.7; +0.7)
Lab hold
Majority 3513
Turnout 52%
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Redditch BC, Crabbs Cross
Con 1553
Con 1506
Lab 706
LD Edward Killworth 696
LD Adam Isherwood 641
Lab 568
Green 189
Turnout 70%
Con hold.

South Somerset DC, Tower
Con 962 (60.8; -14.2)
LD Gordon Czapiewski 620 (39.2; +14.2)
Con hold
Majority 342
Turnout 78.37%
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Milton Keynes UA, Stony Stratford
Con 2415
Con 2349
Lab 1729
Lab 1344
LD Adrian Michael Peter Dnes 1294
LD Tahl Macnair-Kay 1040
UKIP 543
Green 503
UKIP 491
Green 345
Turnout 66.4%
Con hold

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