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Local Elections 2014: Redbridge Labour group add three more seats with Hainault clean sweep

PUBLISHED: 05:19 23 May 2014 | UPDATED: 05:49 23 May 2014

Mark Santos, was elected for Labour in Hainault ward, standing with Cllr Wes Streeting (right)

Mark Santos, was elected for Labour in Hainault ward, standing with Cllr Wes Streeting (right)

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The Redbridge Labour group added three seats to its evening’s haul after Roy Emmett, Mark Santos and Joe Hehir took control of Hainault.

Emmett finished top with 1,227 votes, Joe Hehir received 1,035 votes and Mark Santos got 1,143 votes.

Mark Aaron (Ukip), a former Conservative councillor, received 894 votes.

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