Well, I actually intended to give the No Description a slightly higher percentage, as he had stood for the parliamentary seat and is a former councillor (some time ago), but I managed to forget which was nominated as an Independent! Only a couple of per cent difference, but given that the week looks very close on my rough calculations between Lifeless, Tiger and myself, it may affect the 'winner' (not that I'd mind at all if one of the newcomers won).
Post by greenrobinhood on Aug 16, 2017 21:07:50 GMT
Aylesbury DC, Riverside: Conservative 42, Labour 30, Liberal Democrats 15,UKIP 10, Green 3. Aylesbury DC, Southcourt: Liberal Democrats 38, Labour 30, Conservative 24, UKIP 5, Green 3. Forest Heath DC, St Mary's: Conservative 52, Labour 40, Green 8. Peterborough UA, Park: Labour 45, Conservative 38, Green 7, Liberal Democrats 5, UKIP 5.
Post by David Boothroyd on Aug 16, 2017 22:38:23 GMT
AYLESBURY VALE Riverside: C 42, Lab 32, L Dem 17, UKIP 5, GP 4 AYLESBURY VALE Southcourt: Lab 32, C 27, L Dem 25, GP 9, UKIP 7 FOREST HEATH St Mary's: Lab 40, C 36, GP 6 PETERBOROUGH Park: Lab 48, C 38, GP 7, UKIP 4, L Dem 3
Socialism makes war upon a system, not upon a class
Aylesbury Vale, Riverside - Con 40%; Lab 36%; Lib Dem 19%; Green 3%; UKIP 2% Aylesbury Vale, Southcourt - Lib Dem 38%; Lab 29%; Con 25%; UKIP 4%; Green 4% Forest Heath, St Mary's - Con 48%; Lab 45%; Green 7% Peterborough, Park - Lab 47%; Con 34%; Lib Dem 11%; Green 6%; UKIP 2%
Post by middleenglander on Aug 17, 2017 20:09:21 GMT
9 entries this week with nothing from tiger76. David Boothroyd gets 18 additional faults for adding only to 82% in Forest Heath, St Mary's whilst Lifeless gets 4 x 10 additional faults for being almost 2 hours late on parade.
Aylesbury Vale, Riverside: 8 Conservative hold, majority over Labour from 3% (Mark Senior & Yellow Peril) to 19% (hempie), Robert Waller Liberal Democrat gain Aylesbury Vale, Southcourt: 8 Liberal Democrat, majority from 5% (Yellow Peril over Labour) to 12% (Mark Senior over Labour), David Boothroyd Labour gain Forest Heath, St Mary's: 7 Conservative hold, majority over Labour from 3% (Lifeless) to 25% (Robert Waller), cherrycoffin and David Boothroyd Labour gain Peterborough, Park: 100% Labour hold, majority over Conservative from 6% (Yellow Peril) to 19% (hempie)
Charnwood BC, Loughborough Shelthorpe - Lab 45%; Con 40%; Lib 10%; UKIP 5% Kings Lynn & West Norfolk BC, St Margarets with St Nicholas - Lab 44%; Con 42%; Lib 9%; Grn 5% Sevenoaks DC, Penshurst, Fordscombe & Chiddingstone - Con 45%; Lib 33%; Lab 22% Swale BC, Milton Regis - Lab 48%; Con 28%; Lib 14%; UKIP 10% Thanet DC, Margate Central - Lab 36%; Con 31%; UKIP 15%; Lib 9%; Grn 5%; Ind 2%; NoD 2% Worthing BC, Marine - Con 49% 50%; Lab 24% 30%; Lib 12% 14%; UKIP 10%; Grn 5% 6%
Glad to see you managed to catch up with the error in Worthing. When I said it looked as though you had sight of my 1st draft on paper - yes I'd made that mistake too. You and Lifeless must have ESP. Now nobody will be handbagged by Worthing (Wildean allusion) for that error anyway
Congratulations to Clyde for taking the trophy for this week and to Robert for hanging on to the overall lead.I'm not getting any better at this prediction lark- I think I'm managing to get middling scores not by predicting correctly but by doing the boring things right like posting on time and adding up to 100, which some of you youngsters forget to do. My main hope for improving my position next time will be the fact that it's on a Tuesday, and I'm sure middleenglander will deal sternly with anyone posting their predictions just before 9am Thursday morning. edit: I notice that lifeless drops to 8th but without the time faults would still be second so that;s how close it all is