Council Elections 2018: Labour hold Hammersmith & Fulham

Labour emphatically tightened their grip on Hammersmith and Fulham Council last night, claiming nine more seats and welcoming a new cohort of first-time councillors.
They made all their gains from the Conservatives, who ended the night on 11 seats to Labour’s 35.
No other party managed to win a single seat and the UKIP candidates did not even stay long enough to hear the first ward declare at around 2:40am.
Turnout was 50,860, or 39%, which was an increase of 1% from 2014.
Labour MP for Hammersmith Andy Slaughter said: “This was a landslide. We haven’t had a result like this for over 30 years here.”

Labour have kept control of Hammersmith & Fulham Council.

Labour majority win 

Labour hold

Turnout, 50,860 (39%, increase of 1% from 2014)

Conservative: 11 (-9)

Green Party: 0

Labour: 35 (+9)

Liberal Democrat: 0

UK Independence Party (UKIP): 0

Other: 0


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