+++Lib Dems gain control of Kingston!



As intimated in my earlier post, it has now been confirmed that the Lib Dems have taken control of Kingston from the Tories – we won 39 seats to their 9!




As we reported earlier, we have also taken control of Three Rivers, South Cambridgeshire and Richmond.

(This has been repeated due to an earlier tweeting snafu while walking the dog!)

* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist. He is currently taking a break from his role as one of the Liberal Democrat Voice team. He blogs at Liberal Burblings.

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6 Comments

  • Lorenzo Cherin 4th May '18 - 6:20pm

    Excellent result, congratulations to each and everyone involved, throughout the country we need to see ourselves as a mainstream party of the radical centre and moderate centre left, this country needs it and us !!!

  • Mick Taylor 4th May '18 - 6:27pm

    Our score is now better than any other party according to the BBC

    Councils overall: LD +4, Labour -1, Cons +2
    Councillors: LD +75, Lab +55, Cons -26

    Not a bad day all told.

  • John Marriott 4th May '18 - 8:31pm

    Zu viel Mehrheitspeck?

  • Mick Taylor 4th May '18 - 9:52pm

    As far as I can see Mehrheitspeck literally means majority bacon, so I am not sure what John is getting at

  • Mick Taylor 5th May '18 - 11:20am

    Literally translated it means too much majority bacon

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