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Brent – Kensal Green

Labour 931 (53.4 per cent, -1.0 on 2014) Lib Dems 417 (23.9 per cent, +8.6) Conservatives 255 (14.6 per cent, +2.8) Green Party 102 (5.9 per cent, -12.7) UKIP 38 (2.2 per cent, +2.2)

Labour hold

Conwy – Gogarth (from Wednesday)

Conservatives 318 (42.5 per cent, +15.7 on 2012) Labour 187 (25.0 per cent, +1.4) Plaid Cymru 167 (22.3 per cent; +3.7) Lib Dems 49 (6.5 per cent, +6.5) Independent 28 (3.7%; +3.7)

Conservatives hold

East Herts – Hertford Heath

Conservatives 269 (52.0 per cent, +6.7 from May) Lib Dems 101 (19.5 per cent, +19.5) UKIP 70 (13.5 per cent, -1.8) Labour 56 (10.8 per cent, -1.7) Green Party 21(4.1 per cent, -1.8)

Conservatives hold

Ryedale – Derwent

Liberal Party 283 (35.5 per cent, +35.5 from May) Conservatives 278 (34.8 per cent, -11.8) Independent 124 (15.5 per cent, -13.0) Lib Dems 81 (10.2 per cent, -14.6) Yorkshire First 32 (4.0 per cent, +4.0)

Liberal Party gain from Conservatives

Spelthorne – Shepperton Town (from Tuesday)

Conservatives 858 (62.0 per cent, +10.9 from May) UKIP 180 (13.0 per cent, -7.5) Lib Dems 154 (11.1 per cent, -2.1) Labour 123 (8.9 per cent, -6.3) Green Party 68 (4.9 per cent, +4.9)

Conservatives hold

Worcestershire – Stourport 

Conservatives 763 (28.7 per cent, +9.2 on 2013) Health Concern 725 (27.3, +0.8) Labour 581 (21.9 per cent, -0.7) UKIP 547 (20.6 per cent, -6.9) Green Party 42 (1.6 per cent, -2.3)

Conservatives gain from Health Concern

 

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