2 edition of Greater London Council election, 5 May 1977 found in the catalog.
Greater London Council election, 5 May 1977
Greater London Council. Intelligence Unit.
by Greater London Council ; obtainable from the Bookshop in London
Written in English
|Statement||compiled in the Director-General"s Dept. of the Greater London Council, by the Intelligence Division from information supplied by the returning officers.|
|Series||Publication - Greater London Council ;, no. 7168, Publication (Greater London Council) ;, 7168.|
|LC Classifications||JS3623 1977 .I57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||79303736|
Greater London Council election, (Book) 5 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member 25 June to 4 September by Greater London Council. In May there will be elections for the Mayor of London, Constituency London Assembly Members and London-wide Assembly Members. The Greater London Returning Officer (GLRO) will be engaging with political parties, candidates and agents on how London Elects will manage the nominations process. Please check the London Elects website for updates.
Greater London Council election, ; Party Votes Votes % +/- Candidates Seats Gains Losses Net Gain/Loss Conservative: , 65 17 Labour: , + 35 17 +17 Liberal: , Communist: 33, 40 Homes before Roads: 23, 85 Union Movement: 10, + 32 Independent: 6, 9. The London mayoral election for the office of Mayor of London, England, was held on 1 May and was won by Conservative Party candidate Boris Johnson. It was the third London mayoral election, the previous elections being the first election in May and the second election in June Boris Johnson became the second Mayor of London and the first Conservative to hold the office.
This report looks specifically at the administration of the Greater London Authority (GLA) elections, which included the contests for the Mayor of London and London Assembly. Registration and turnout A total of million people were registered to vote in the GLA elections on 5 May Overall turnout at the elections, including votes. Maureen Cassidy, hit by scandal during her first term on council, weathered a nasty campaign against her to be re-elected in north-end Ward 5. a.m. WARD 5 UPDATE: Second- third- .
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Elections to the Greater London Council were held on 5 May Results. The Greater London Council (GLC) was the top-tier local government administrative body for Greater London from to It replaced the earlier London County Council (LCC) which had covered a much smaller area.
The GLC was dissolved in by the Local Government Act and its powers were devolved to the London boroughs and other entities. A new administrative body, known as the Disbanded: 31 March John Wilson (born c.
) was a Labour Party member of the Greater London Council from May until the council was abolished in He was Chief Whip of the Labour group in when Ken Livingstone resigned from the GLC to force a by-election aimed at showing the popularity of the GLC.
Wilson acted as Leader of the GLC while Livingstone was not a member. Council election, 5 May, page 3 Summary of election results by constituency and borough.
page 12 Composition of the Inner London Education Authority following the Greater London Council election, page 15 By-electionsfor Greater London councillors, April -May page 16 Political representation of constituencies.
Published to by the Greater London Council, by the London Residuary Body, to by the London Research Centre, and sinceby the Greater London Authority. GLA Elections The London Elections (data only).
By-elections for Greater London councillors, May - May Political representation of constituencies in the Greater London Council, page 1 pages 2 ;and 3 page 4 page 13 page 16 page 17 pages 10 and 11 The Greater London Council is composed of 92 councillors - one for each of the 92 electoral divisions which are the same as pa.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library London Borough Council Elections May London Borough Council Elections - 2May London Borough Council Elections - 4May London Borough Council Elections - 6May 5May Greater London Council Elections - 7May Inner London Education.
The elections due in and were therefore held in and 5 May Greater London Council election; 4 May London Borough Council elections s Edit. 7 May Greater London Council election (last GLC election) 6 May London Borough Council elections. London Borough Council Elections May Greater London Authority xiii The Labour party Highest borough Labour vote Barking and Dagenham % Lowest borough Labour vote Kingston upon Thames % Five highest ward Labour votes: Southall Green Ealing % Southall Broadway Ealing % Bensham Manor Croydon % Lady Margaret Ealing %.
^ a b "London Borough Council Elections 2 May " (PDF). London Datastore. Greater London Council. Retrieved 25 February ^ "London Borough Council Elections 6 May " (PDF). London Datastore. Greater London Council. Retrieved 25 February ^ a b c "London Borough Council Elections 8 May " (PDF).
London Datastore. London. As council leaders, it is our job to give people the confidence it is safe to return: Cllr Robathan View the results from London local elections. View the results of 's local elections. The results, 3 May Past results.
London local election results. At a glance. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. May ) The first election to the Greater London Council (GLC) was held on 9 April Background. The election happened at a time of very high political tension, with a general election due in a few months.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: Chapters: in London, in London, in London, in London, in London, in London, in London, in London, in London, in London, Tower Hamlets Council election,Tower Hamlets Council election,Eurovision Format: Capa Comum.
Council election, 12 April, page 5 Names and party affiliation of Aldermen elected to the Greater London Council as at May page 13 Summary of election results by constituency and borough.
page 14 Composition of the Inner London Education Authority following the Greater London Council election, page The governing body of London from until Occupied a much larger area than the London County Council.
Leaders of the GLC Bill Fiske (11 April - 14 April ) Desmond Plummer (14 April - 13 April ) Sir Reg Goodwin (13 April - 6 May ) Sir Horace Cutler (6 May - 8 May ) Ken Livingstone (8 May - 2 August ) John Wilson (2 August - 21. Greater London, exceptthe City of London, will cease to exist after 31 March In their place will be Greater London and the Greater London Council and thirty-twoLondon boroughs, each with its own council.
Thefirst election of Greater London councillors was held on 9 April and of London borough councillors on 7 May Elections were held to the Greater Manchester County Council inand Elections were due to be held in but these were cancelled due to the council's abolition.
In the election, Labour won 69 seats, the Conservati the Liberals 1 Independent candidate was elected in Rochdale. Coat of arms. In the 91‐seat Greater London Council, the capital's local legislature, the Conservatives appeared likely to end up with 66 seats, compared with 25 for Labor.
Greater London Council election, — The first election to the Greater London Council was held on April 9, The election happened at a time of very high political tension, with a general election due in a few months.
The Greater London Council (GLC) was the top-tier local government administrative body for Greater London from to It replaced the earlier London County Council (LCC) which had covered a much smaller area.
The GLC was dissolved in by the Local Government Act and its powers were devolved to the London boroughs and other entities. A new legislative body, known as the Greater. - May 6th Horace Cutler and Mrs. Margaret Thatcher celebrate after the GLC Victory.
Mr. Horace Cutler, the new Tory Leader of the Greater London Council after their election victory of the Labour Party yesterday, celebrated his victory with the leader of the Conservative Party Mrs. Margaret Thatcher at County Hall this morning.Barnet London Borough Council election (boundary changes took place but the number of seats remained the same) Barnet London Borough Council election Barnet London Borough Council election (boundary changes increased the number of seats by three)  .GLC membership.
Goodwin became a member of the Greater London Council after its first election in and chaired the Finance Committee in the Labour administration. After the Conservatives won a landslide election victory in he was chosen as the new Labour Leader almost by default, other more dynamic personalities having been defeated.