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Local Elections 2014: Labour win majority

PUBLISHED: 08:50 23 May 2014 | UPDATED: 09:10 23 May 2014

Labour have won a majority at the Redbridge elections.

They have a total of 35 seats, with the Conservatives winning 25 and the Liberal Democrats three.

The last ward to be announced was Cranbrook, which saw Labour’s Mushtaq Ahmed and Varinder Singh Bola receive 2,018 and 1,812 respectively.

Conservative Mahboob Chaudhary polled 1,821.

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