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    June 2004
    Local Elections: Milton Keynes
    Milton Keynes
    The shopping centre is a key landmark in MK

    With none of the seats changing hands, the Liberal Demcorats were able to retain their slim majority.

    But a mini-drama errupted at one of the counts!

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    1973-LAB; 1976-CON; 1978-CON; 1979-CON; 1980-CON; 1982-NOC; 1983-NOC; 1984-NOC; 1986-NOC; 1987-NOC; 1988-NOC; 1990-NOC; 1991-LAB; 1992-NOC; 1994-NOC; 1995-NOC; 1996-LAB; 1998-LAB; 1999-LAB; 2000-NOC: 2002 - LIB DEM

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    There were a total of 8 recounts at the Middleton ward, which the Liberal Democrats finally retain by just 2 votes.

    Turnout in Milton Keynes increased with 37 percent of people in the new city going to the polls - that's a 10 percent increase compared to the last local election.

    It means the current political tally on Milton Keynes remains exactly the same:-
    Lib Dem - 27, Lab - 16, Con - 7, Other - 1

    Bletchley/Fenny Stratford | Bradwell | Campbell Park | Denbeigh |
    Easton Manor | Emerson Valley | Loughton Park | Middleton |
    Newport Pagnell North | Newport Pagnell South | Olney |
    Stantonbury | Stony Stratford | Walton Park| Whaddon | Wolverton Woughton

    Ward
    Candidates

    Party
    (* denotes the current holder)

    Results
    Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Daniel Galvin Independent 581
    Roger Jacobs Conservative 1131
    MICHAEL LEGG LABOUR* 1448
    Patricia McGirk UK Ind Party 460
    Vanessa McPake Lib Dem 362
    Bradwell Arnold Bailson Green 225
    George Byfield Labour 813
    William Clark Conservative 558
    PHILIP GERELLA LIB DEM* 1114
    Robert Wilsher UK Ind Party 484
    Campbell Park ISABELLA FRASER LIB DEM* 1150
    James Langley Conservative 450
    Michael Maylam UK Ind Party 399
    Jayne Meadows Green 191
    Martin Petchey Labour 759
    Denbeigh John Baikey Conservative 590
    ELIZABETH CAMPBELL LABOUR* 826
    Patrick France UK Ind Party 393
    Alice Tootill Lib Dem 181
    Eaton Manor Edis Bevan Lib Dem 180
    James Collins Conservative 456
    JANET LLOYD LABOUR* 839
    Alison Philips UK Ind Party 353
    Emerson Valley Donald Jeffrey UK Ind Party 363
    MARTIN SNELL LIB DEM* 1116
    Alexander Swanson Conservative 858
    Elaine Wales Labour 536
    Loughton Park Neil Cawley Independent 345
    Paul Day Labour 723
    DONALD HOYLE CONSERVATIVE* 1163
    Arnold Leeming UK Ind Party 429
    Rabih Makki Lib Dem 435
    Middleton David (John) Bint Conservative 944
    Samuel Bennett Crooks Lib Dem* 946
    Henry Hulse UK Ind Party 160
    Katrina Topping Green 114
    Ilhan Unsal Labour 220
    Newport Pagnell North MICHAEL BARRY LIB DEM* 945
    Stephen Cornwall UK Ind Party 389
    Caroline Lancaster Green 84
    Colin Lund Labour 209
    Alan Richards Conservative 634
    Newport Pagnell South Clive Bailey Green 114
    George Harlock UK Ind Party 311
    Anthony Kenyon Conservative 571
    DOUGLAS MCCALL LIB DEM* 922
    Alan Williams Labour 238
    Olney Deirdre Bethuna Labour 272
    Peggy Butler Conservative 1272
    STEPHEN CLARK LIB DEM* 1369
    Michael Philips UK Ind Party 272
    George Richardson Green Party 111
    Stantonbury Carol Barac Green 167
    Helen Davies UK Ind Party 347
    BRIAN MORSLEY LABOUR* 841
    David Tunney Conservative 708
    William Watts Lib Dem 764
    Stony Stratford AMANDA BOX CONSERVATIVE* 1504
    Andrew Carr Lib Dem 516
    David Lewis Labour 1078
    Geoffrey Cavendar UK Ind Party 547
    Walton Park Claudia Beckley-Lines Labour 510
    JAIME TAMAGNINI-BARBOSA LIB DEM* 1196
    Christopher Tett UK Ind Party 383
    Paul White Conservative 1147
    Whaddon Jennifer Ferran Lib Dem 211
    GLADSTONE MCKENZIE LABOUR* 1180
    Donald (Sam) McLeod Conservative 965
    Pamela Meldrum UK Ind Party 402
    Wolverton Alan Francis Green 396
    Robert (Mike) Galloway Independent 656
    Judith Green UK Ind Party 495
    JJESSICA HOLROYD LABOUR* 1182
    Dean Miah Conservative 523
    Tony Pilcher Lib Dem 339
    Woughton Peter Edwards Green 127
    Nicholas Flaherty Conservative 376
    Nicholas Hubbard Lib Dem 222
    Frank MGurik UK Ind Party 41
    KEVIN WILSON LABOUR* 1097


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