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UKIP DID WELL IN THE ELECTIONS...NIGEL PREDICTS POLITICAL EARTHQUAKE

 
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UKIP DID WELL IN THE ELECTIONS...NIGEL PREDICTS POLITICAL EARTHQUAKE
Friday, 5th June 2009

UKIP have triumphed in the local elections taking a total of EIGHT seats on Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Norfolk and Suffolk county councils and Newcastle-Under-Lyme district council.

The Party has picked up four council seats on Staffordshire County Council as Labour were decimated, losing 29 of their 32 councillors.

The UKIP winners were Derrick Huckfield (Bradwell & Porhill), David Nixon (Cross Heath & Silverdale), Geoff Locke (Kidsgrove & Talke) and Steve Povey (Leek South).
In Nottinghamshire, Labour again got a pasting losing 22 of their 35 seats and UKIP were among the beneficiaries as Rev Tom Irvine won Hucknall. And in Norfolk, Rex Parkinson-Hare took the Yarmouth Nelson and Southdown ward with 779 votes, beating Labour on 702 and the Conservatives on 551. Again, Labour was crushed, losing 19 of their 22 seats on the council.

On Suffolk County Council, UKIP's Bill Mountford will take up his seat on behalf of the residents of Lowewstoft South.

Meanwhile, in the by-election for Newcastle-Under-Lyne, UKIKP's David Woolley is the new representative for Wolstanton.

A handful of results from the 594 seats contested by UKIP are still to come in but 57 of the party's candidates, so far, won more than 25% of their seat's total vote. Overall, UKIP took a total of around 350,000 votes at the council elections.

In the 480 seats where both UKIP and Labour contested elections, UKIP took more than 80,000 votes than Labour. And the party also beat the BNP and the Green Party in the majority of seats where they were head-to-head.

The average UKIP vote share in seats where a party candidate stood was almost 16%.

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Re: UKIP DID WELL IN THE ELECTIONS...NIGEL PREDICTS POLITICAL EARTHQUAKE
Friday, 5th June 2009

As the excitement of polling day subsides, UKIP supporters across Britain must now wait until Sunday night to learn how the party has fared in the Euro elections.

While voters went to the polls in the UK yesterday, along with the Netherlands, most of Europe is still to vote in the elections and the results here won't be announced until all polls close.

The full voting timetable is:

Thursday 4 June: Netherlands and UK.
Friday 5 June: Czech Republic (continues on 6 June) and Ireland.
Saturday 6 June: Cyprus, Italy (continues on 7 June), Slovakia, Latvia and Malta.
Sunday 7 June: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.

Results from the all the local council elections, however, are expected in this afternoon.
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