Swing: 8.3% Con to Lab
Turnout: 24.0%

A very good swing to Labour for our wonderful candidate Beinazir Lasharie, and huge thanks to the local and London-wide teams who pitched in with many hours of leafleting and canvassing.

We put in an outstanding performance in polling district NOA, which is where the vast majority of our energies were concentrated, and met many residents with concerns that are not being addressed by the Tories, who think it’s all about ‘planning and conservation’ in Norland. How wrong can you be?

Con: 675 43.8% (-11.6%)
Lab: 438 28.4% (+5.0%)
LD: 358 23.2% (+2.0%)
UKIP: 69 4.5% (+4.5%)

The following is an excerpt from an article in the Independent:

‘Labour edged up in the latest council by-elections during Tories’ conference week.
In its best result, at Norland in London’s Kensington and Chelsea Borough, Labour slashed Conservatives’ majority from more than 1,000 in last year’s polls – on the same day as the general election – to 237.
Kensington and Chelsea London Borough – Norland: C 675, Lab 438, Lib Dem 358, Ukip 69. (May 2010 – Three seats C 1864, 1804, 1654, Lab 787, 722, Lib Dem 714, 693, Lab 681, Lib Dem 534). C hold. Swing 8.8% C to Lab.


  1. shame,if only the Liability Dems would evaporate then we could have their votes ! still that might not take that long! Ere mates,did you see that his Majesty Rifkind has earned £240,000 squids since January – on top of his £65k. natch -its called ‘side earnings’ – nice ! No wonder there’s some muny around to help with their little elections eh ! That Aberdeen Asset Management bejapers must bring in a good haul,then there’s the other stuff. Ere,wonder why he was so quick to jump to Liam Fox’s defence – answers on a postcard please -Laters.

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