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St Ann's (Haringey) by-election, 2016

Labour hold

A by-election was held for the St Ann's ward of Haringey London Borough Council on 6 October 2016 following the resignation of Labour Cllr Peter Morton in order to take on a new politically restricted job with Public Health England.

Noah Tucker held the seat for Labour.

Result

Labour
63.7%
Green
17.5%
Liberal Democrats
10.2%
Conservative
5.7%
UKIP
2.9%

Party Candidate Votes % Change
Labour Noah Tucker 1,177 63.7% +12.4%
Green Ronald Stewart 323 17.5% -3.7%
Liberal Democrats Josh Dixon 189 10.2% +3.4%
Conservative Ellis Turrell 106 5.7% -1.3%
UKIP Janus Polenceusz 54 2.9% -3.1%
Turnout: 20.7% (-11.8%) - Majority: 854 (46.2%) - Swing: 8.1% Grn to Lab


2014 Result (3 seats)

Labour
51.3%
Green
21.2%
TUSC
7.6%
Conservative
7.0%
Liberal Democrats
6.8%
UKIP
6.0%

Party Candidate Votes Vote %
Labour Barbara Blake 1,829 51.3%
Labour Peter Morton 1,508
Labour Ali Ozbek 1,491
Green Emily Darko 757 21.2%
Green Matthee Pollitt 530
Green Zeynep Kacmaz 497
TUSC Simon Hester 271 7.6%
Conservative Scott Green 251 7.0%
Liberal Democrats Alison Prager 243 6.8%
TUSC Andrew Reid 236
Liberal Democrats Mihai Ghertan 217
UKIP Peter Nichols 212 6.0%
Liberal Democrats Tola Ariyo 210
Conservative Melinda Koller 194
Conservative Nathan Parsad 175
Turnout: 32.5% - Majority: 734 (20.6%)


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