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Conservatives win 45 seats in Bexley

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 May 2014

There was a polling station in Falconwood Community Centre, Welling.

There was a polling station in Falconwood Community Centre, Welling.

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The Conservatives have maintained control after the elections on May 22.

The votes have been counted across the borough and after securing 48% of the votes the Conservative Party have won 45 seats.

This means that they still hold a majority of more than 70 per cent of seats in the council.

The Labour party won 15 seats after receiving 32% of the votes.

UKIP won three seats with 12% of the votes, coming in third place behind Conservatives and Labour.

The Liberal Democrats received no seats at all, and neither did the Green Party, British National Party or Christian Peoples Alliance.


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