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Derbyshire – Whaley Bridge

Labour 1,851 (50.4 per cent, +22.8 on 2017) Conservatives 1,048 (28.5 per cent, -6.1) Lib Dems 721 (19.6 per cent, -14.0) Independent 52 (1.4 per cent, +1.4)

Labour gain from Conservatives

East Staffordshire – Yoxall

Conservatives 431 (78.5 per cent, -9.0 on 2019) Labour 118 (21.5 per cent, +9.0)

Conservatives hold

Hertsmere – Borehamwood Kenilworth 

Conservatives 776 (49.0 per cent, +3.5 on 2019) Labour 655 (41.3 per cent, -13.2) Lib Dems 104 (6.6 per cent, +6.6) Green Party 50 (3.2 per cent, +3.2)

Conservatives gain from Labour.

Huntingdonshire – St Ives East

Conservatives 558 (46.5 per cent, +0.7 on 2018) Independent 429 (35.8 per cent, +35.8) Lib Dems 109 (9.1 per cent, -15.7) Labour 103 (8.6 per cent, -20.8)

Conservatives hold

Thanet – Cliffsend & Pegwell

Conservatives 516 (50.9 per cent, +14.2 on 2019) Green Party 290 (28.5 per cent, +10.4) Labour 109 (10.7 per cent, -4.4) Independent 101 (9.9 per cent, -5.8)

Conservatives hold

Waverley – Milford 

Independent 452 (50.6 per cent, +16.3 on 2019) Conservatives 328 (36.7 per cent, +17.3) Independent 113 (12.7 per cent, +12.7)

Independent gain from another independent.

Forthcoming contests

February 20th

Middlesbrough – Coulby Newham (Independent held)

February 27th

Blaby – Millfield (Labour held)
Cambridgeshire – Duxford (Conservative held)
Cheshire East – Crewe South (Labour held)
Hillingdon – Hillingdon East (Conservative held)
Manchester – Clayton and Openshaw (Labour held)
South Cambridgeshire – Whittlesford (Conservative held)
Wrexham – Gwersyllt North  (Independent held)

March 10th

Wiltshire –  Till and Wylye Valley (Conservative held)

March 12th

Highland – Eilean a’ Cheò (Independent held)
Stratford-on-Avon – Welford-on-Avon  (Lib Dem held)

March 19th

Clackmannanshire – Clackmannanshire East (Conservative held)

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