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« Reply #25 on: April 01, 2016, 01:04:36 pm »
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Didn't it used to be twelve? Or am I confusing it with juries.

Juries were and are still twelve, as far as I know.
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« Reply #26 on: April 01, 2016, 01:37:35 pm »
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Oh I know that, its just that I'd always remembered ballot access also being twelve?
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« Reply #27 on: April 07, 2016, 07:01:05 pm »
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This week's trilogy of Holy Words are here, here, and here.

Caerphilly, Ynysddu

Lab 58.9 (-4.7)
UKIP 21.1 (+21.1)
PC 15.7 (-14.4)
Lib Dem 4.2 (+4.2)

East Riding of Yorkshire, Pocklington Provincial

Ind 38.0
Con 36.1 (-7.2)
Lab 18.0 (-2.1)
UKIP 7.9 (-12.0)

Perth and Kinross, Almond and Earn

Con 48.1 (+18.0)
SNP 38.7 (-2.5)
Lab 6.4 (-3.6)
Lib Dem 4.6 (-2.0)
UKIP 2.2 (+2.2)

Con
1651
1681
1720
SNP
1327
1334
1370
Lab
219
228
280
Lib Dem
157
163
UKIP
77

Ind gain Pocklington Provincial from Con
Con gain Almond and Earn from SNP

The Healy-Raeization of rural Yorkshire takes another step forward.
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« Reply #28 on: April 08, 2016, 09:27:41 am »
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The Healy-Raeization of rural Yorkshire takes another step forward.

I for one welcome our new behatted overlords
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« Reply #29 on: April 14, 2016, 08:20:45 pm »
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Holy Words here and here.

Taunton Deane, Taunton Halcon

Lib Dem 43.0 (+3.4)
Con 24.6 (-11.0)
Lab 14.7 (+14.7)
UKIP 13.1 (+13.1)
Green 4.6 (-20.2)

Cornwall, Wadebridge West

Lib Dem 43.5 (+19.2)
Con 25.6 (-39.9)
Lab 16.0 (+5.8)
Ind 8.0
Green 6.8 (+6.8)

Cornwall, Menheniot

Con 40.5 (+2.5)
Lib Dem 35.9 (+11.5)
UKIP 13.5 (-17.7)
Lab 5.1 (+5.1)
Green 5.0 (-1.4)

Lib Dem gain Wadebridge West from Con
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« Reply #30 on: April 18, 2016, 02:49:35 pm »
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Scrolling through the results of the past few months: Are we experiencing the miraculous resurrection of LibDems? What's going on?
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« Reply #31 on: April 18, 2016, 05:36:22 pm »
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Scrolling through the results of the past few months: Are we experiencing the miraculous resurrection of LibDems? What's going on?

I think we're seeing a limited resurrection in areas where they have a credible presence at local level. But they fell a long, long way from 2010 to 2015. It's a question of going from single digits to the cusp of double digits nationally.
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« Reply #32 on: May 19, 2016, 06:59:30 pm »
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Merton, St Helier

Lab 71.0 (+12.4)
Con 13.9 (-0.3)
UKIP 9.4 (-11.4)
Lib Dem 2.9 (-3.5)
Green 2.7 (+2.7)
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« Reply #33 on: May 26, 2016, 06:35:34 pm »
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Holy Word here.

East Staffordshire, Stapenhill

Lab 44.3 (+13.8)
UKIP 28.8 (-4.7)
Con 17.2 (-5.4)
Ind 6.2
Green 2.0 (-11.3)
Lib Dem 1.5 (+1.5)

North Yorkshire, Northallerton

Con 48.3 (-4.1)
UKIP 20.5 (-10.6)
Lab 17.2 (+0.7)
Yorks 1st 9.7 (+9.7)
Green 4.6 (+4.6)

Hambleton, Northallerton South

Con 48.0 (+5.3)
Lab 20.6 (-6.8)
UKIP 19.7 (-10.2)
Yorks 1st 11.8 (+11.8)

Lab gain Stapenhill from UKIP

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« Reply #34 on: May 27, 2016, 11:57:07 am »
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Very good result for Labour in Burton.
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« Reply #35 on: May 28, 2016, 08:36:29 am »
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Very good result for Labour in Burton.

A bit of an overstatement seen as Labour never should have lost a councillor in that ward in the first place...
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« Reply #36 on: June 02, 2016, 05:45:09 pm »
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Holy Words here, here (again!), and here.

Rushmoor, Aldershot Park

Lab 45.9 (+11.1)
UKIP 27.4 (-0.1)
Con 23.1 (-14.6)
Green 3.6 (+3.6)

Dorset, Sherborne Rural

Lib Dem 49.6 (+15.1)
Con 46.7 (+9.5)
Lab 3.7 (+1.2)

Denbighshire, Denbigh Lower

Ind 36.3
PC 29.4 (+7.6)
Con 14.8 (+8.2)
Lab 10.1 (+10.1)
Lib Dem 9.4 (+1.6)

Denbighshire, Dyserth

Ind Williams 25.6
Ind Parry 23.0
Con 20.3 (-30.4)
Lib Dem 15.5 (+4.0)
Lab 12.6 (-25.2)
PC 3.0 (+3.0)

Argyll and Bute, Oban North and Lorn (I am not showing vote changes from the three previous by-elections in this electoral area since the last full council election)

SNP 39.8 (+8.0)
Ind 26.8
Con 22.3 (+13.2)
Lib Dem 11.1 (+5.9)

SNP
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1097
1138
Ind
711
821
1160
Con
591
668
Lib Dem
294

Lewes, Lewes Bridge

Lib Dem 44.6 (+18.5)
Green 28.3 (+9.9)
Lab 17.4 (+0.9)
Con 9.6 (-3.1)

Mid Suffolk, Barking and Somersham

Green 34.5 (+34.5)
Con 34.2 (-7.5)
Lib Dem 25.1 (+13.3)
Lab 6.2 (+6.2)

Lab hold Aldershot Park
Lib Dem gain Sherborne Rural from Con
Ind hold Denbigh Lower
Ind gain Dyserth from Con
Ind win Oban North and Lorn (seat held by SNP elected as Ind)
Green gain Barking and Somersham from Con
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« Reply #37 on: June 03, 2016, 01:50:15 am »
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The winning Independent in Oban North & Lorn is a Labour member, and stood as a Labour candidate in some of the previous by-elections.  There's an article explaining his shift to Independent at http://forargyll.com/?p=103922
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« Reply #38 on: June 03, 2016, 07:29:45 am »
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Certain parts of Suffolk have a bizarre love for the Greens it seems.
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« Reply #39 on: June 09, 2016, 06:06:48 pm »
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Lambeth, Gipsy Hill

Lab 43.4 (-24.6)
Green 42.1 (+32.5)
Con 7.5 (-5.8)
Lib Dem 3.0 (-1.7)
UKIP 2.6 (-1.8)
Ind 0.9
TUSC 0.7 (+0.7)

North East Lincolnshire, South

Lab 47.4 (-6.3)
UKIP 28.9 (+0.5)
Con 19.5 (+4.7)
Green 2.5 (+2.5)
TUSC 1.6 (-1.6)

Essex, Basildon Laindon Park and Fryerns

UKIP 42.6 (+8.0)
Lab 33.5 (-4.7)
Con 18.4 (+2.8)
Green 5.5 (+3.2)

Southwark, Surrey Docks

Lib Dem 51.9 (+23.0)
Lab 21.1 (-1.1)
Con 12.9 (-6.3)
Green 7.4 (-6.4)
UKIP 6.4 (-9.4)
Ind 0.3

UKIP gain Basildon Laindon Park and Fryerns from Lab

Belated Holy Word here.
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« Reply #40 on: June 09, 2016, 06:17:02 pm »
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Laughably poor local results in Lambeth used to happen because the Labour group was controlled by a particularly incompetent group of rigid Party Left types. These days the incompetents are Progress members.
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« Reply #41 on: June 17, 2016, 05:45:33 am »
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Holy Word here.

King's Lynn and West Norfolk, Valley Hill

Con 41.0 (+6.9)
Lab 24.2 (+24.2)
Lib Dem 15.7 (+15.7)
UKIP 14.8 (+14.8)
Green 4.2 (+4.2)
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