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Barnet Local elections

Postby BeesKnees » 15 Apr 2014, 17:34

I've been looking at the ward votes last time and working out what effect UKIPs rise and Liberals fall will have. If the current polls mean the same swing in Barnet then Liberals lose all their seats and Labour gain control.
I know this sounds unlikely but Tory support is 5% down on last time and Labour 8% up. That converts to Tory losing 9 seats and Labour gaining 12. Mainly due to UKIP undermining the tory vote. No wonder they are nervous.

Do you think a Labour Barnet council would see improvements made to Underhill, the access issue removed and Barnet FC returning?
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Re: Barnet Local elections

Postby kingoffootball » 17 Apr 2014, 08:49

It would be nice to thinkl at least it would provide a fresh start to negotiate a return to Barnet.
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Re: Barnet Local elections

Postby Stingtastic » 16 May 2014, 18:06

I can't see any party, or individual within a party, championing our cause.

As such the only result I am looking for in this election is the total and utter humiliation of one B Coleman.
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Re: Barnet Local elections

Postby dawat » 21 Jun 2014, 14:14

Stingtastic wrote:I can't see any party, or individual within a party, championing our cause.

As such the only result I am looking for in this election is the total and utter humiliation of one B Coleman.


Mission accomplished !!!!!
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Re: Barnet Local elections

Postby maxsh » 28 Jan 2015, 17:05

A year later have things changed?
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