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Local Elections: Tories win Havering Park

22:04 23 May 2014

The Tories have moved on 22 seats, reclaiming all three seats in Havering Park.

Ray Best, John Crowder and Meg Davis won, with 1,699, 1,635 and 1,707 votes respectively.

Again, Ukip ran the party closest, with former Tory, Cllr Sandra Binion, receiving 1,527 and the other candidate, Andy Wilson, receiving 1,493.

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