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Hebburn South Ward — South Tyneside

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3rd May 2018

5th May 2016

John McCabe Lab 1646 72.8%
Matthew Giles Grn 361 16.0%
Amy-Jane Milburn C 253 11.2%

7th May 2015

Wilf Flynn Lab 2215 57.5%
Vikki Lawlor UKIP 891 23.1%
Jack Gibbons C 445 11.5%
James Cunningham Grn 304 7.9%

22nd May 2014

Nancy Maxwell Lab 1509 65.7%
Victoria Morris UKIP 589 25.6%
John Coe C 200 8.7%

3rd May 2012

John McCabe Lab 1877 86.6%
John Coe C 291 13.4%

5th May 2011

Eddie McAtominey Lab 2023 78.9%
John Coe C 542 21.1%

6th May 2010

Nancy Maxwell Lab 2230 58.8%
Susan Tonks LD 725 19.1%
John Coe C 535 14.1%
Joanne Durkin BNP 304 8.0%

1st May 2008 [Lab gain from Ind]

John McCabe Lab 1207 44.4%
Stephen Rhodes Ind 713 26.3%
Susan Troupe LD 323 11.9%
Jo Durkin BNP 285 10.5%
John Coe C 188 6.9%

3rd May 2007

Henry McAtominey Lab 1347 51.9%
Mac Hardy Ind 710 27.4%
Billy Robinson LD 357 13.8%
John Coe C 181 7.0%

4th May 2006

Nancy Maxwell Lab 1198 48.8%
Malcolm Hardy Ind 685 27.9%
Constance Ridgway LD 425 17.3%
John Coe C 146 5.9%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

John McCabe Ind 1678 43.2%
Henry McAtominey Lab 1113 28.7%
Nancy Maxwell Lab 1047
John Watson Lab 824
Constance Ridgway LD 776 20.0%
Jeffrey Harling LD 618
John Coe C 313 8.1%

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