Friday, September 22, 2006


Lye Valley ward in Oxford was one of the most marginal in the city, with just 21 votes between Labour and the Lib Dems.

I say 'was', because there was a by-election on Thursday, and the result is:

Bob Timbs (Labour) 784
Nathan Pyle (Lib Dem) 487
Judith Harley (Tory) 150
Larry Sanders (Green) 64

Swing from Lib Dem to Labour 9%.

Bob is going to be a great councillor, and the only way I could be more happy is if my feet didn't hurt so much.


At 10:39 am , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well done, thats fantastic!

At 11:10 am , Anonymous politicalcorrespondent said...

That's an incredible result, congrats! Particularly given the national scene. How did you do it?

At 2:13 pm , Blogger Mike said...

By causing our feet to hurt. :-)

At 1:11 pm , Anonymous politicalcorrespondent said...

LOL - I feel your pain, comrade!


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