London’s Local Elections 2018: The Consequences of Voting

Architects for Social Housing (ASH)

Paris, May 1968

Now the shouting’s stopped and the insults have settled, here’s the damage in London from the Local Elections 2018:

  • Barking & Dagenham: Labour hold
  • Barnet: Conservative gain
  • Bexley: Conservative hold
  • Brent: Labour hold
  • Bromley: Conservative hold
  • Camden: Labour hold
  • Croydon: Labour hold
  • Ealing: Labour hold
  • Enfield: Labour hold
  • Greenwich: Labour hold
  • Hackney: Labour hold
  • Hammersmith & Fulham: Labour hold
  • Haringey: Labour hold
  • Harrow: Labour hold
  • Havering: No overall control
  • Hillingdon: Conservative hold
  • Hounslow: Labour hold
  • Islington: Labour hold
  • Kensington & Chelsea: Conservative hold
  • Kingston-upon-Thames: Liberal Democrat gain
  • Lambeth: Labour hold
  • Lewisham: Labour hold
  • Newham: Labour hold
  • Merton: Labour hold
  • Redbridge: Labour hold
  • Richmond-upon-Thames: Liberal Democrat gain
  • Southwark: Labour hold
  • Sutton: Liberal Democrat hold
  • Tower Hamlets: Labour gain
  • Waltham Forest: Labour hold
  • Wandsworth: Conservative hold
  • Westminster: Conservative hold

All of which means Labour now runs 21 London boroughs, an increase of 1; the Conservatives run 7 London boroughs, a decrease of…

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