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General Election 2015

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Cllr Joseph Ejiofor is the new leader of Haringey Council, after two rounds of voting by Labour councillors last night.

The Labour Party have met expectations and kept control of Haringey Council, however their majority has been reduced by a Lib Dem surge.

Join Harry Taylor and Jessica Frank-Keyes live from Alexandra Palace, as the votes are counted to see who Haringey has voted to run the council for the next four years.

The Conservatives have taken back control of Labour target Barnet Council in what many say is a protest vote against the antisemitism controversy surrounding Jeremy Corbyn.

Candidates in Belsize will have to head to the Town Hall later today, as a handful of votes is thought to separate candidates in the key swing area.

Camden Labour defied their nerves early in the night to take three seats from the Conservative Party, with one ward still yet to declare.

The Conservatives have taken back control of Labour target Barnet Council in what many say is a protest vote against the antisemitism controversy surrounding Jeremy Corbyn.

Join Harry Taylor and Jessica Frank-Keyes for news and results as they come in live from 10.30pm at Somers Town Community Sports Centre.

Sadiq Khan denied he was putting politics above compassion as he visited Camden for the first time since the stabbings in Kentish Town in February.

Twelve months ago, it would have been difficult to predict that the Chalcots tower blocks in Camden would become one of the key issues in next week’s local government elections.

Georgia Gould could have at least three reasons to celebrate next month, although only one of them is definite. Not only will she turn 32, but she hopes to be returned to the council as a councillor for Kentish Town, and be reinstated as the borough’s leader.

Conservative leader Gio Spinella has admitted the party is fighting a defensive election, and has said having an election every year since 2015 has stymied the party’s attempt to look at issues.

“Is a vote for the Labour Party condoning antisemitism?”

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