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Council election results for Berkshire

How people voted in boroughs across the county

Andy Murrill

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Council election results for Berkshire

There were no elections for West Berkshire Council this year and residents must wait until next May before they can next go to the polls.

Here are the elections results for the rest of Berkshire:

READING

The Conservatives gained two seats – one from Labour and one from the Lib Dems. On the night, Labour won 10 seats, Conservatives four and Greens one. Overall, Labour now have 30 seats, the Conservatives 12, the Green Party three and the Lib Dems won one. The Labour majority is 14.

WOKINGHAM

Labour gained two seats and the Lib Dems gained one – all from Conservatives. On the night, the Conservatives won 11 seats, the Lib Dems won four, Labour won two and Independent won one. Overall, the Conservatives now hold 42 seats, the Lib Dems have eight, Labour have three and there is one independent. The Conservative majority is 30.

SLOUGH

Labour gained two seats. On the night, Labour won 13 seats and the Conservatives one. Overall, Labour has 34 seats, the Conservatives nine and there is one independent. The Labour majority is 24.

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  • Alvin

    05/05/2018 - 09:09

    @Denizen, what rot. Where will the empathy come from? Quote Beeb: "The Lib Dems have gained four councils, winning neighbouring Kingston-upon-Thames and Richmond-upon-Thames in Greater London and South Cambridgeshire from the Tories", and WB will likely go the same. Of course, these areas are really socio-economically representative of the entire nation. Libs are just tories that can't bear to admit that is the case. Of course we could vote Labour, they've really got the interests of the majority (JAM's apparently?!) at heart. Under those eejits program, we'll be propping up giro thiefs, illegals, minorities and various other cohorts who are allowed to be "outraged" without challenge, for the rest of our days. I think I'd rather stay Blue, and continue looking up! Don't like it? Do one!

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  • NewburyDenizen

    04/05/2018 - 09:09

    Still too much blue, I'm surprised anyone with a shred of empathy can vote for the callous and uncaring tories. UKIP appears dead with most of their voters returning to tory (aka Newkip) as the home of the racist and bigot. Let's hope there's not as much fear and selfishness in the elections we're permitted to take part in next year.

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