Labour maintains stronghold on Haringey Council

LABOUR has maintained its 40-year stronghold on Haringey Council and significantly increased its majority. There are still wranglings over the Harringay ward, but no matter what the Labour Party has a considerable majority on Haringey Council. In 2006 Lab

LABOUR has maintained its 40-year stronghold on Haringey Council and significantly increased its majority.

There are still wranglings over the Harringay ward, but no matter what the Labour Party has a considerable majority on Haringey Council.

In 2006 Labour won 30 seats - they currently have 33 and that number could go as high as 36 if the Harringay ward falls in their favour.

Claire Kober has just delivered a rousing speech to her supporters who cheered throughout and Robert Gorrie has promised the Lib Dems will keep up their role as watchdogs and scrutinsers.


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