Green 46 Con 45 (missing 1 of 2 in Emscote) Lab 40 (missing 2 of 3 in Abbey, 2 in Arden, 2 in Myton & Heathcote) Lib Dem 25 (3 in Abbey, 1 of 2 in Aylesford, 1 of 2 in Brunswick, 2 in Clarendon, 2 in Crown, 1 of 2 in Emscote, 2 in Manor, 2 in Milverton, 1 of 2 in Myton & Heathcote, 2 in Newbold, 3 in Park Hill, 1 of 2 in Saltisford, 3 in St John's, 1 of 2 in Woodloes) UKIP 7 (Abbey, Budbrooke, Crown, Emscote, Myton & Heathcote, and 2 of 2 in Woodloes) Whitnash Residents Assoc 3 (all in Whitnash) TUSC 1 (Abbey) Independent 4 (Bishop's Tachbrook, 2 in Myton & Heathcote, Stoneleigh & Cubbington)
In the breakdowns, I've used a single number if a party is standing/missing all the candidates in a ward, and "x of y" if it's a partial slate.
The most obvious oddity is TUSC standing their only candidate in Kenilworth.
Split wards treated in the usual manner. On this point, an oddity: Labour took the second seat in split wards in Warwickshire districts (of which there were a lot) an oddly high proportion of the time.
“Actually, I think ‘A Bend in the River’ is much, much better than Conrad,” Mr. Naipaul said.