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Local Elections 2014: Keith Prince retains Barkingside seat but Labour win Chadwell

07:58 23 May 2014

Current council leader and Conservative leader Keith Prince has retained his Barkingside seat.

He received 1,992 votes, with fellow Tories Ashley Kissin and Karen Packer receiving 2,007 and 1,995 respectively.

However, in Chadwell Labour came out on top with three seats for Aziz Ahmed Choudhury (2,352), Anne Sachs (1,975) and Neil Zammett (1,707).

Zammett is involved in the Save King George Hospital campaign.

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