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Thetford West Division — Norfolk

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6th May 2021

Terry Jermy Lab 1204 56.9%
Barbara Tullett C 720 34.0%
Martin Callam LD 101 4.8%
Philip Wagstaff Ind 91 4.3%

4th May 2017 [Lab gain from UKIP]

Terry Jermy Lab 1323 51.5%
Jane James C 853 33.2%
John Newton UKIP 392 15.3%

1st August 2013 [Resignation of Peter Georgiou; Lab gain from UKIP]

Terry Jermy Lab 1071 45.2%
John Newton UKIP 900 38.0%
Tristan Ashby C 282 11.9%
Danny Jeffrey Ind 78 3.3%
Sandra Walmsley Grn 40 1.7%

2nd May 2013 [UKIP gain from LD]

Peter Georgiou UKIP 814 35.4%
Terry Jermy Lab 813 35.3%
Tristan Ashby C 353 15.3%
Carl Clark CPA 134 5.8%
Danny Jeffrey LD 122 5.3%
Sandra Walmsley Grn 64 2.8%

4th June 2009 [LD gain from Lab]

Mike Brindle LD 934 37.0%
Robert Kybird C 882 35.0%
Terry Jermy Lab 706 28.0%

5th May 2005

Thelma Paines Lab 2101 47.8%
Sharon O'Mahony C 1268 28.8%
Colin Penning LD 1027 23.4%

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