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Response to LeftishBrit (Reply #1)

Fri May 4, 2012, 05:45 AM

2. The Lib Dems regained 2 seats from Independents

(who had previously been Lib Dem councillors, but left over an internal argument. They didn't stand again). Everything else was unchanged, so the council is 4 Tories from the posh corner, and 40 Lib Dems from everywhere else.

T_i_B asked before if UKIP was standing in places. They stood in all wards here; most came 4th, but they managed 3 3rds and 2 2nds; in all cases, even if you added the whole Tory and UKIP votes together, you would not have changed the result.

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