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Crystal Palace Ward — Bromley

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3rd May 2018 (2 seats)

Angela Wilkins Lab 1985 56.9%
Marina Ahmad Lab 1755
Mark Phillippo Grn 536 15.4%
Philippa Bridge LD 527 15.1%
Craig Wilson C 442 12.7%
Sunil Gupta C 421
David Marshall LD 309

22nd May 2014 (2 seats) [2 Lab gains from LD]

Angela Wilkins Lab 1411 39.9%
Richard Williams Lab 1151
Thomas Papworth LD 838 23.7%
Victoria Papworth LD 768
Tom Chance Grn 575 16.3%
David Hough UKIP 361 10.2%
Karen Moran C 352 10.0%
Robert McIlveen C 280

6th May 2010 (2 seats)

John Canvin LD 2167 42.4%
Thomas Papworth LD 1886
Joshua King Lab 1668 32.6%
Allison Roche Lab 1425
Paul Durling C 899 17.6%
Karen Moran C 822
Maureen Leary Grn 377 7.4%
Lisa Mutti Grn 283

6th September 2007 [By-election]

LD 1051 49.7%
Lab 537 25.4%
C 398 18.8%
Grn 129 6.1%

4th May 2006 (2 seats)

Christopher Gaster LD 1345 47.2%
John Canvin LD 1255
Claire Francis Lab 680 23.9%
Richard Williams Lab 674
Nicholas Fordham C 435 15.3%
Karen Moran Grn 388 13.6%
Michael Kingsford C 388

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Christopher Gaster LD 1109 49.9%
John Canvin LD 1027
Richard Watts Lab 597 26.9%
Richard Williams Lab 579
John Curran C 294 13.2%
Christopher Parker C 265
Karen Moran Grn 223 10.0%
Ann Garrett Grn 159

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