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Brixton Hill, 2013

A by-election was held for the Brixton Hill ward of Lambeth London Borough Council on 17 January 2013 following the resignation of Labour Cllr Steve Reed, who was elected as an MP in the Croydon North by-election.

Martin Tiedemann held the seat for Labour as a Labour Co-Op candidate.

Result
Vote Share
Labour Co-Op
62.6%
Green
13.5%
Lib Dems
10.8%
Conservative
6.4%
TUSC
2.8%
Other
3.8%

Party Candidate Votes Vote % Change
Labour Co-Op Martin Tiedemann 1,593 62.6% +21.9%
Green Andrew Child 344 13.5% -2.6%
Lib Dems Liz Maffei 274 10.8% -19.7%
Conservative Timothy Briggs 164 6.4% -6.3%
TUSC Steve Nally 72 2.8% +2.8%
UKIP Elizabeth Jones 63 2.5% +2.5%
Socialist (GB) Daniel Lambert 34 1.3% +1.3%


2010 Result (3 seats)
Vote Share
Labour
40.7%
Lib Dems
30.5%
Green
16.1%
Conservative
12.7%

Party Candidate Votes Vote %
Labour Alexander Holland 2,805 40.7%
Labour Steve Reed 2,699
Labour Florence Nosegbe 2,648
Lib Dems Kate Horstead 2,100 30.5%
Lib Dems Krystal Johnson 1,873
Lib Dems John Mead 1,560
Green Thomas Law 1,108 16.1%
Green Elkin Atwell 1,023
Conservative Timothy Briggs 873 12.7%
Green Phillipa Marlowe-Hunt 850
Conservative Victoria Edwards 768
Conservative Diana Thompson 688


Blog
Read the Preview for This Election on the English Elections Blog


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Visit the Forum Thread for This Election


News
"Labour win Brixton Hill by-election"
London 24, 18 January

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