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Becontree Ward — Barking and Dagenham

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3rd May 2018 (3 seats)

Evelyn Carpenter Lab 2161 77.6%
Edna Fergus Lab 2047
Muhammad Saleem Lab 1854
Richard Hall C 625 22.4%
Mahammad Khalifa C 378
Syed B R Naqvi C 364

22nd May 2014 (3 seats)

Evelyn Carpenter Lab 2098 61.7%
Faruk Choudhury Lab 1885
James Ogungbose Lab 1784
Rob Douglas UKIP 858 25.2%
Eve Douglas UKIP 826
Lorraine Larner C 294 8.6%
Mohammed Hosain C 211
Ricci Smith C 208
David de Cruz LD 151 4.4%

6th May 2010 (3 seats)

Evelyn Carpenter Lab 2444 45.3%
Rob Douglas Lab 2387
James Ogungbose Lab 2171
Terence Matthews BNP 1038 19.3%
Patrice King C 759 14.1%
Roshan Arawwawala C 614
Chris Watson LD 584 10.8%
Alok Agrawal Ind 375 7.0%
Corinne Lowe Ind 268
Rick Lowe Ind 252
Paula Watson Chr 192 3.6%
Robert Ralph Chr 191
Benjamin Conway Chr 179

4th May 2006 (3 seats)

Alok Agrawal Lab 1260 47.3%
Evelyn Carpenter Lab 1240
Emmanuel Obasohan Lab 1058
Daphne Jordan UKIP 749 28.1%
Claire Barker C 653 24.5%
Malcolm Barker C 607

14th July 2005 [By-election]

Lab 1171 59.8%
BNP 378 19.3%
C 283 14.5%
UKIP 125 6.4%

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Edith Bradley Lab 841 65.8%
John Wainwright Lab 686
Cameron Geddes Lab 684
Rosemary Roberts LD 438 34.2%

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