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Clifton North Ward — Nottingham

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2019.

27th September 2018 [Resignation of Pat Ferguson; C gain from Lab]

Roger Steel C 1311 47.7%
Shuguftah Quddoos Lab 928 33.8%
Kevin Clarke NottmInd 307 11.2%
Rebecca Procter LD 92 3.3%
Kirsty Jones Grn 64 2.3%
David Bishop Elvis 46 1.7%

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [1 Lab gain from C]

Joshua Cook Lab 2397 38.0%
Patricia Ferguson Lab 2291
Andrew Rule C 2249 35.6%
Bill Ottewell Lab 1959
James Spencer C 1790
Roger Steel C 1772
Kevin Clarke UKIP 1389 22.0%
Joe Napier UKIP 1247
David Marshall UKIP 1200
Tim Spencer Ind 278 4.4%

6th March 2014 [Disqualification (non-attendance) of Lee Jeffery]

Patricia Ferguson Lab 1179 41.2%
Andrew Rule C 1025 35.8%
Kevin Clarke UKIP 536 18.7%
David Bishop Elvis 67 2.3%
Tony Marshall LD 56 2.0%

5th May 2011 (3 seats) [1 Lab gain from C]

Lee Jeffery Lab 1902 50.9%
Roger Steel C 1834 49.1%
Timothy Spencer C 1772
Andrew Price C 1767
Sam Webster Lab 1720
Rizwan Araf Lab 1589

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Brendan Clarke-Smith C 1883 53.2%
Timothy Spencer C 1749
Andrew Price C 1694
Philip Spear Lab 1265 35.8%
Jill Belshaw Lab 1164
Norman Packer Lab 1087
Arthur Hinchley LD 389 11.0%
Mohammad Ali LD 320

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Brendan Clarke-Smith C 1714 50.1%
Andrew Price C 1610
Timothy Spencer C 1560
Wayne Howes Lab 1335 39.0%
Ian MacLennan Lab 1317
Jagdip Lehal Lab 1124
Tony Hunt LD 372 10.9%

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