Friday, May 02, 2008

Rochdale result just in;

LIBERAL DEMOCRAT hold
Norden
Candidate
Party
Votes

Anthony Bennett
Labour
278

James Gartside
Conservative
1,450

Peter Greenwood
British National Party
421

Hilary Rodgers
Liberal Democrats
874

8 comments:

NorthWestNationalists said...

This ward includes the NUTTER Restaurant mentioned in the last thread.

Anonymous said...

Bring back Sharon Ebanks. Look at the results she achieved in Birmingham for the BNP in 2006. The way she was treated by the BNP was disgusting. The BNPs vote in Birmingham is down by 14,000 votes since she left.

Acocks Green, 2006-927
2007-536
2008-617

Aston-2006-170
2007-136
2008-105

Bartley Green, 2006-824
2007-569
2008-436

Billesley, 2006-1034
2007-753
2008-663

Bordesley Green, 2006-390
2007-279
2008-284

Bournville, 2006-776
2007-444
2008-365

Brandwood, 2006-887
2007-588
2008-531


Edgbaston, 2006-218
2007-121
2008-90

Erdington, 2006-826
2007-494
2008-317

Hall Green, 2006-656
2007-412
2008-345

Handsworth Wood, 2006-291
2007-202
2008-217

Harborne, 2006-364
2007-265
2008-193

Hodge Hill, 2006-1123
2007-686
2008-526

Kings Norton, 2006-854
2007-602
2008-534

Kingstanding, 2006-1329
2007-673
2008-648

Ladywood, 2006-237
2007-160
2008-122

Longbridge, 2006-1048
2007-989
2008-716

Lozells and East Handsworth, 2006-79
2007-92
2008-61

Moseley and Kings Heath, 2006-347
2007-161
2008-156

Nechells, 2006-404
2007-297
2008-211

Northfield, 2006-1243
2007-1228
2008-1003

Oscott, 2006-1652
2007-894
2008-690

Perry Barr, 2006-1045
2007-549
2008-443

Quinton, 2006-681
2007-481
2008-409

Selly Oak, 2006-328
2007-230
2008-176

Shard End, 2006-1320
2007-1263
2008-999

Sheldon, 2006-1332
2007-724
2008-586

Soho, 2006-173
2007-120
2008-108

South Yardley, 2006-1001
2007-586
2008-

Sparkbrook, 2006-109
2007-106
2008-106

Springfield, 2006-323
2007-254
2008-162

Stechford/Yardley, 2006-1112
2007-707
2008-546

Stockland Green, 2006-777
2007-479
2008-339

Four Oaks, 2006-679
2007-372
2008-341

Newhall, 2006, 851
2007-618
2008-458

Trinity, 2006-718
2007-493
2008-353

Vesey, 2006-796
2007-560
2008-369


Tyburn, 2006-897
2007-550
2008-395


Washwood Heath, 2006-420
2007-254
2008-170

Weoley, 2006-1004
2007- 548
2008-406

seventhvictim said...

I notice that nationally there has been a slight revival by UKIP. It is quite possible that some of the Griffin sleaze and Buffoonery is seeping into popular consciousness.

The real message is clear- if the BNP want to progress they need to sack the money-in the till brigade and the coterie of bisexual would be paedophiles, wife beaters, animal porn enthusiasts and find a more convincing London candidate than Barnbrook.

Anonymous said...

The elections have been a disaster. Griffin and Darby have to go. Anyone who can celebrate gaining 8 councillors needs their head testing. If the BNP were making real impact, it would have gained 800, and even that wouldn't have given the BNP any real power.

If the BNP is serious about gaining any real electoral success, then get rid of the top two and their cronies before it's to late.

Anonymous said...

The British National party performed worse than it expected in overnight election results despite gains in the Midlands, northern England and Essex.

It gained eight seats but appeared to be falling well short of its leaders' target of 40 new councillors with 100 of 159 councils declared. It may still make gains in the London assembly elections due to declare later.

Despite the collapse of Labour's support, early indications show the BNP's share of the vote fell in the wards they contested. In Sandwell in the Midlands, where they secured 33% of the vote two years ago, they got 17% this time.

"In the party's heartlands, it looks as though the share of the vote has dropped which, with the backdrop of Labour's performance, is encouraging," said Nick Lowles from the anti-racist organisation, Searchlight.

"And although there have been eight gains so far that is below what they were predicting, especially in places where they have stood before."

The number of BNP councillors is expected to increase during the day as results come in from councils such as Stoke and in Yorkshire and north-west England.

The BNP leadership says it expects to win up to three seats on the London Assembly when the votes are declared this afternoon. However, early reports of high turnout across the capital may make this less likely.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2008/may/02/thefarright.localelections

When will the BNP start acting like a real political party and tell the abysmal failures, Griffin, and Darby, to go?

Anonymous said...

Agree, time for them both to go.

Anonymous said...

John Walker elected in North Wales.

Anonymous said...

Kevin 'Alistair' Bryan ?

wtf !

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