UKIP are well ahead of the Tories( around 1000?) in the district, so how is that turned into a Tory lead of around 1000? Only about two-fifths of Highnam division is in the constituency. 2/5 of 1930 is nowhere near 2000. And I'm pretty sure UKIP were over 6000 votes in the district.
Post by Pete Whitehead on Jun 9, 2013 20:25:09 GMT
Yeah 6247 in the district according to Andy's figures. Thats a difference of 713 from the total given ehre which doesn't match the UKIP vote in any one division so not sure how the error was made. Also the figure being given for Labour is greater than their total in the Forest of Dean plus all their vote in Hignham
Change to the Lib Dem leadership here. The new leader is Paul Hodgkinson (Bourton-on-the-Water & Northleach) and the new Deputy Leader is Iain Dobie (Leckhampton & Warden Hill). They hold the two most marginal Lib Dem seats in the county, with majorities of 59 (1.8%) and 29 (0.8%) respectively.