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New date for Haverstock ward election after death of councillor

PUBLISHED: 14:06 20 April 2010 | UPDATED: 16:55 07 September 2010

A NEW date has been set for the Haverstock ward election for Camden Council after the death of Cllr Syed Hoque on Friday. The election for Haverstock will now be held on May 25 while the election for the rest of the borough will continue as planned on May

A NEW date has been set for the Haverstock ward election for Camden Council after the death of Cllr Syed Hoque on Friday.

The election for Haverstock will now be held on May 25 while the election for the rest of the borough will continue as planned on May 6. All voters in Haverstock will receive new polling cards.

If no party wins overall control on May 6 this could leave the council in limbo until the result of the Haverstock ward is announced.


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