Country liberals confirm wins in stuart and arafura and win in crombie
The latest Liberal party figures show they have won their first major local election win in almost two years in Stuart and arafura.
The figures for Stuart-Sturt council mean it was the biggest win in a decade in the suburban area which has seen the establishment of the Lib Dems, the SDLP and Sinn Féin since the Blair government’s departure in 1997.
All four local councils – including Stortford-upon-Avon-Ln – recorded gains with Stuart going from the Conservatives to Labour to Ukip and losing out on Thurrock and Ashfield.
Alford had dropped to the Tories and had been a marginal Tory seat since 2010.
Meanwhile, in Coventry-under-Lyne – the party’s most marginal seat after the 2007 election – the Greens were backed by 13 per cent of the vote in a poll at the weekend, down on the 15 per cent they got four years ago.
The jarvees.comLib Dems said on Saturday they had a “solid” position in East Grinstead and North Derby and will now focus more on winning seats like Tameside, which was won by Labour in 2015, with areas in Bradford-on-Avon and Oxford-Newport.
Alfred’s defeat is a defeat that will make it harder for the Conservatives, who are hoping for victory in more council seats as they have failed in their pursuit of power for 40 years.
The Labour MP for Braintree, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, to바카라ld the Standard: “I would like to pay tribute to the wonderful people of this constituency, who have done this by fighting every day for better services for their families, and for the continued good order and welfare of their communities.”
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Lib Dem candidate Annabel Lee said: “I’m delighted to be proud to represent the Lib Dems in this marginal seat with this wonderful constituency which the Lib Dems are working hard to win back.”
Natalie McGarry MP, the Green Party’s candidate in Stortford-upon-Avon, said: “Our new Liberal MPs at Stuart-Sturt will be helping to transform local life and the way people of their age ar