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Roding by-election, 2016

Labour gain from Conservative

A by-election was held for the Roding ward of Redbridge London Borough Council on 5 May 2016 following the resignation of Conservative Cllr Sarah Blaber.

Lloyd Duddridge gained the seat for Labour.

Result

Labour
40.9%
Conservative
28.0%
Liberal Democrats
22.0%
UKIP
4.8%
Green
3.8%
All People's
0.5%

PartyCandidate Votes%Change
LabourLloyd Duddridge 1,83240.9%+17.5%
ConservativeRuth Clark 1,25428.0%+2.8%
Liberal DemocratsRichard Clare 98322.0%-6.3%
UKIPJonathon Seymour 2164.8%-9.6%
GreenBarry Cooper 1693.8%-4.8%
All People'sMarilyn Moore 220.5%n/a
Turnout: 52.4% (+11.8%) - Majority: 578 (12.9%) - Swing: 7.4% Con to Lab


2014 Result (3 seats)

Liberal Democrats
28.3%
Conservative
25.2%
Labour
23.4%
UKIP
14.4%
Green
8.6%

PartyCandidate Votes%
Liberal DemocratsIan Bond 1,18128.3%
Liberal DemocratsGwyneth Deakins 1,162
ConservativeSarah Blaber 1,05325.2%
ConservativeBen Caine 980
Liberal DemocratsMichael Teahan 980
LabourJoe Barnard 97723.4%
LabourMohammed Noor 810
ConservativePrerna Sian 809
LabourRahman Siddique 786
UKIPChris Thurston 60214.4%
GreenSusanne Marshall 3598.6%
Turnout: 40.6% - Majority: split ward


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