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Whitefoot, 2012

A by-election will be held for the Whitefoot ward of Lewisham London Borough Council on 11 October 2012 following the resignation of Lib Dem Cllr Pete Pattisson.

Mark Ingleby gained the seat for Labour.

Result
Vote Share
Labour
41.9%
Lib Dems
29.3%
Conservative
11.7%
People Before Profit
10.9%
UKIP
4.5%
Green
1.6%

Party Candidate Votes Vote % Change
Labour Mark Ingleby 924 41.9% +0.3%
Lib Dems Janet Hurst 646 29.3% -6.3%
Conservative Simon Nundy 258 11.7% -4.7%
People Before Profit John Hamilton 241 10.9% +7.7%
UKIP Paul Oakley 100 4.5% +4.5%
Green Ute Michel 36 1.6% -1.6%


2010 Result (3 seats)
Vote Share
Labour
41.6%
Lib Dems
35.6%
Conservative
16.4%
People Before Profit
3.2%
Green
3.2%

Party Candidate Votes Vote %
Labour Janet Daby 2,375 41.6%
Lib Dems Pete Pattisson 2,030 35.6%
Lib Dems Patsy Foreman 1,925
Labour Matt O'Mullane 1,697
Lib Dems Anthony Francis 1,650
Labour David Warwick 1,453
Conservative William Bellers 936 16.4%
Conservative Michael Hill 860
Conservative Nicholas Kent 789
People Before Profit Dominic Spitzer 185 3.2%
Green Alan Dingle 183 3.2%
Green Sally Drayton 183
Green Jane Swann 151


News
"Labour seize seat from Liberal Democrats in London by-election", Evening Standard, 12 October
"Labour win Lewisham Council Whitefoot by-election from Liberal Democrats", News Shopper, 12 October
"Lewisham Council Whitefoot by-election starts for Catford and Downham voters", News Shopper, 11 October
"Lewisham councillor resignation triggers by-election", News Shopper, 29 August

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