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Labour: difficult to win

PUBLISHED: 04:07 07 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:54 25 August 2010

LABOUR politicians claim it is going to be difficult for their party but warned the Tories are not going to have it all their way in the capital. Lewisham and Greenwich London Assembly member Len Duvall said: It is difficult for us. We have been in powe

LABOUR politicians claim it is going to be difficult for their party but warned the Tories are not going to have it all their way in the capital.

Lewisham and Greenwich London Assembly member Len Duvall said: "It is difficult for us. We have been in power for three terms and we are going for a fourth.

"The Labour hold in Tooting shows the Tories are not going to have it all their way.

Former Labour leader of Greenwich council Chris Roberts did not want to speculate on any Labour losses on the council. He said: "We will have to wait and see."

Clive Efford, incumbent Labour MP for Eltham has been looking anxiously at the counting of the ballot papers, and told the Times he was too busy to speak.

Liberal Democrat Parliamentary candidate for Greenwich and Woolwich Joseph Lee said it was going to be good result for the Lib Dems in Greenwich if turnout was high.

He predicted the turnout to be 65 to 75 per cent.

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