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Clayton and Openshaw (ward)

Clayton and Openshaw is an area and electoral ward of Manchester, England created by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England replacing the previous electoral wards of Ancoats & Clayton and Bradford for the local elections 2018. It is ...

                                               

Deansgate (ward)

The Deansgate electoral ward of Manchester City Council was created by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England to replace part of the City Centre ward in 2018. Different parts of this ward are represented by different MPs; the majori ...

                                               

Gorton and Abbey Hey (ward)

Gorton and Abbey Hey is an electoral ward of Manchester, England created by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England from the previous electoral wards of Gorton North and Gorton South for the local elections 2018. It is represented in ...

                                               

Gorton North

Gorton North is a defunct local government ward in the Gorton area of the City of Manchester. The population of Gorton North ward at the 2011 census was 16.440. Under boundary changes by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England the wa ...

                                               

Higher Blackley

Higher Blackley is an electoral district or ward in the north of the City of Manchester, England. The population of this ward at the 2011 census was 11.688. Heaton Park, one of Europes largest parks, is in this ward. A new education village has b ...

                                               

Miles Platting and Newton Heath

Miles Platting and Newton Heath is an electoral ward in the city of Manchester, North West England which covers the districts of Miles Platting and Newton Heath. The population of this ward at the 2011 census was 14.693.

                                               

Old Moat

The "Old Moat estate" is a large estate of 1920s built social housing named after a former manor house with a surrounding moat, which was the seat of the lord of the manor, and was situated in what is now the heart of the estate. The site of the ...

                                               

Piccadilly (ward)

The Piccadilly electoral ward of Manchester City Council was created by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England to replace parts of the City Centre and Ancoats & Clayton wards in 2018. It is represented in Westminster by Lucy Powell ...

                                               

Withington (ward)

Withington is an area and electoral ward of Manchester, England. It is represented in Westminster by Jeff Smith MP for Manchester Withington. The 2011 Census recorded a population of 13.422.

                                               

1998 Oxford City Council election

Elections to Oxford City Council were held on 7 May 1998. One third of the council seats were up for election. The Labour party kept its overall majority on the council. The number of Councillors for each party after the election were Labour 33, ...

                                               

1999 Oxford City Council election

Elections to Oxford City Council were held on 6 May 1999. One third of the councils seats were up for election. The Labour party kept its overall majority on the council. The number of Councillors for each party after the election were Labour 28, ...

                                               

2000 Oxford City Council election

Elections to Oxford City Council were held on 4 May 2000. One third of the council seats were up for election. The Labour party lost its majority on the council to no overall control. The number of Councillors for each party after the election we ...

                                               

2002 Oxford City Council election

Elections to Oxford City Council were held on 2 May 2002. The whole council was up for election with boundary changes since the last election in 2000 reducing the number of seats by three. The Labour party gained control of the council. The numbe ...

                                               

2004 Oxford City Council election

Elections to Oxford City Council were held on 10 June 2004. The council is elected by halves, so one seat in each ward was up for election. Labour lost majority control of the council but remained in minority administration. Overall turnout was 3 ...

                                               

2006 Oxford City Council election

Elections for Oxford City Council were held on Thursday 4 May 2006. As Oxford City Council is elected by halves, one seat in each of the 24 wards was up for election. The exception was St Clements, where both seats were up for election as a by-el ...

                                               

2008 Oxford City Council election

Elections for Oxford City Council were held on Thursday 1 May 2008. As Oxford City Council is elected by halves, one seat in each of the 24 wards is up for election. Overall turnout was 32.6%, down from 35.8% in 2006. The lowest turnout 20.8% was ...

                                               

2012 Oxford City Council election

Elections for Oxford City Council were held on Thursday 3 May 2012. As Oxford City Council is elected by halves, one seat in each of the 24 wards is up for election. Overall turnout was 29.4%, down from 61.7% in 2010. However, the 2010 election w ...

                                               

2014 Oxford City Council election

The elections for Oxford City Council took place on Thursday 22 May 2014. As Oxford City Council is elected by halves, one seat in each of the 24 wards is up for election, apart from in Summertown ward where both seats are up for election followi ...

                                               

2016 Oxford City Council election

The elections for Oxford City Council took place on 5 May 2016. This was on the same day as other local elections. As Oxford City Council is elected by halves, one seat in each of the 24 wards is up for election. Overall turnout was 39.2%. The hi ...

                                               

2018 Oxford City Council election

The 2018 Oxford City Council election took place on 3 May 2018, to elect 24 of the 48 members of Oxford City Council in England. This was on the same day as other local elections in England. Each of Oxfords 24 wards elected one councillor, with t ...

                                               

Bradfield, South Yorkshire

Bradfield is a civil parish in the City of Sheffield, in South Yorkshire, England. The civil parish is extensive, the western half is situated in the moorlands of the Peak District, the eastern half is in lower agricultural land and contains the ...

                                               

Olivia Blake

Olivia Frances Blake is a British Labour politician. She was elected as the Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam at the 2019 general election.

                                               

1960 Sheffield City Council election

The Sheffield local elections were held on 12 May 1960, with one third of the council up for election, as well as a double vacancy for the Ecclesall ward. The elections seen heavy swings against the ruling Labour Party, resulting in four losses a ...

                                               

1961 Sheffield City Council election

The elections were held on 11 May 1961, with a third up for election plus a double vacancy in Owlerton. The results were largely a reversal of the previous election; a higher turnout - 35%, up significantly from the previous years low of 25% - br ...

                                               

1962 Sheffield City Council election

Sheffields Municipal elections were held on 10 May 1962. One third of the council was up for election, as well as vacancies in Moor and Park. Previous to this election, there had been two by-elections in June for Hallam and Woodseats, which were ...

                                               

1963 Sheffield City Council election

The election was held on 9 May 1963, with one third up for vote and two vacancies in Attercliffe and Tinsley. The election, boasting a record field of candidates, seen Labour win back all their 1960 losses as well as gaining Hillsborough. The Rat ...

                                               

1964 Sheffield City Council election

The election was held on 7 May 1964, with one third of the council up for election. The election campaign was quieter than most, with fewer parties contesting, and a smaller number of candidates than recent years. The election seen no change in s ...

                                               

1965 Sheffield City Council election

This years Sheffield City Council election was held 13 May 1965. One third of the council was up for election, with as many as four double vacancies in the wards of Crookesmoor, Owlerton, Walkley and Woodseats. The Conservatives managed to gain o ...

                                               

1966 Sheffield City Council election

The 1966 Sheffield City Council elections were held in May, with one third of the council up for election and double vacancies in five wards - Cathedral, Ecclesall, Manor, Tinsley and Woodseats. There were no changes in seats, with overall turnou ...

                                               

1967 Sheffield City Council election

Elections to Sheffield Council were held on 11 May 1967. The entire council was up for election, following changes to the city borders, which extended into parts of Derbyshire, and extensive boundary changes and reorganisation of the wards. The w ...

                                               

1968 Sheffield City Council election

The election was held on 9 May 1968, with a third of the council up for vote, alongside three double vacancies in Broomhill, Handsworth and Mosborough. Overall turnout was 33.9%, a continuation of the preceding years improvement. Following on fro ...

                                               

1969 Sheffield City Council election

The elections were held on 8 May 1969, with one third of the council - plus a double vacancy in Park - up for election. The previous years historic win by the Conservatives, and their gaining control of the council was ended with these elections, ...

                                               

1970 Sheffield City Council election

The election was held on 8 May 1970 with one third of the council up for election as well as a double vacancy in Mosborough. Since the previous election the Liberals had gained a seat from the Conservatives in a by-election in Heeley. This electi ...

                                               

1971 Sheffield City Council election

The elections were held on 14 May 1971, with one third up for vote. Since the previous election, a by-election in November for Burngreave seen the Liberals increase their representation to two, with a gain from Labour. Immediately following last ...

                                               

1972 Sheffield City Council election

The final Municipal elections for Sheffield - soon to be abolished by the Local Government Act 1972 - were held in May 1972, with one third up for vote, as well as an extra vacancy in Brightside. The election seen Labour further their stranglehol ...

                                               

1973 Sheffield City Council election

Elections to Sheffield Council were held on 10 May 1973. The first elections to the newly created metropolitan borough council were held on 10 May 1973, with the entirety of the 90 seat council - three seats for each of the thirty wards - up for ...

                                               

1975 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1978 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1979 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1980 Sheffield City Council election

Elections to Sheffield City Council were held on 1 May 1980. The whole council was up for election, with the Attercliffe ward now merged into Darnall and Gleadless ward changed to Norton.

                                               

1983 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1986 Sheffield City Council election

Elections to Sheffield City Council were held on 8 May 1986. One third of the council was up for election. Since the 1984 election, the Conservatives had successfully defended two seats in Broomhill and Labour had held one of their Park seats in ...

                                               

1987 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1988 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1990 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1991 Sheffield City Council election

Elections to Sheffield City Council were held on 2 May 1991. One third of the council was up for election. Since the previous election, Richard Old had defected from the Conservatives, sitting as an Independent Conservative. His failure to win re ...

                                               

1992 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1994 Sheffield City Council election

Elections to Sheffield City Council were held on 5 May 1994. One third of the council was up for election. Since the previous election, three by-elections had taken place, resulting in two Lib Dem gains from Labour in Brightside and Walkley and a ...

                                               

1995 Sheffield City Council election

                                               

1996 Sheffield City Council election

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