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« on: January 04, 2018, 10:01:55 am »
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Another year, another Holy Word here

Hertsmere, Borehamwood Cowley Hill

Lab 59.8 (+6.4)
Con 32.2 (-14.4)
UKIP 4.8 (+4.8)
Lib Dem 1.7 (+1.7)
Green 1.5 (+1.5)

Lab gain Borehamwood Cowley Hill from Con
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« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2018, 08:33:32 pm »
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Cheers to your & Andrew's work then.
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« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2018, 11:27:31 pm »
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Cheers to your & Andrew's work then.

It's Andrew who does the legwork; I just plug numbers into a spreadsheet.
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« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2018, 11:41:39 am »
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Cheers to your & Andrew's work then.

It's Andrew who does the legwork; I just plug numbers into a spreadsheet.

Even if Andrew's is 90% of the work, your effort recording the year's results should be acknowledged.

Anyway, that's a pretty decisive win for Labour considering the crowded field (who seem to have made little impact).
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« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2018, 07:02:18 pm »
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Next installment of the Holy Word here.

Lancashire, Wyre Rural Central

Con 60.0 (-10.9)
Lab 31.8 (+13.9)
Green 8.2 (-3.0)

Wyre, Preesall

Con 55.3 (-12.2)
Lab 44.7 (+12.2)

Kent, Birchington and Rural

Con 56.6 (+4.8)
Lab 19.1 (+3.7)
Lib Dem 12.5 (+1.1)
UKIP 8.0 (-7.4)
Green 3.8 (-2.2)

Thanet, Thanet Villages

Con 49.3 (+21.1)
Lib Dem 24.9 (+24.9)
Lab 16.4 (+4.1)
Green 5.3 (-9.1)
Ind 4.1 (-15.8)

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« Reply #5 on: January 17, 2018, 07:32:38 pm »
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The Holy Word At Home here.

Rochford, Downhall and Rawreth

Lib Dem 77.0 (+19.4)
Con 23.0 (+5.8)

Bournemouth, Throop and Muscliff

Ind Wilson 31.3
Con 30.0 (-2.4)
Lab 23.6 (+10.9)
Ind Lucas 6.9
Lib Dem 6.3 (+6.3)
Green 1.9 (-9.4)

Bolton, Hulton

Con 49.4 (+16.7)
Lab 40.1 (+3.1)
UKIP 6.5 (-18.0)
Lib Dem 2.3 (-0.2)
Green 1.8 (-1.5)

Milton Keynes, Newport Pagnell North and Hanslope

Con 53.0 (+5.2)
Lab 24.8 (+4.0)
Lib Dem 22.2 (+3.6)

Ind hold Throop and Muscliff
Con gain Hulton from Lab
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« Reply #6 on: January 19, 2018, 06:23:56 am »
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This by-election also looks difficult for Labour, whose administration in Bolton has a knack for attracting bad publicity. There will be more on that subject in a future edition of Andrew’s Previews; this piece is already quite long enough. If the Tories can unwind the UKIP vote and capitalise on opposition to the Hulton Park development, then this could be a good opportunity for the first Conservative gain of 2018.
...and so they did. Labour would be lucky to have held this regardless of local circumstances, but it couldn't be helped by the nature of the vacancy.

Edit: With the exception of the non-appearance in Rochford, those are some deceptively strong results for Labour that appear weak.
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