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Following the combined all-postal European and local elections in ...
Following the combined all-postal European and local elections in

Manchester on 10 June 10 the new composition of Manchester City

Council is as follows:

Labour 57 seats

Liberal Democrat 38 seats

Green 1 seat

Turn-out in the local elections was 34.2 per cent, an increase on the 22

per cent turn out in the same elections in 2003.

Full information - including results from individual wards - can be

obtained from the Elections pages of Manchester City Council's website.

Manchester is the regional returning office for the 2004 elections in the

North-West Euro constituency. Turnout in the constituency was totalled

last night at 41.1 per cent. Results for parties and individual candidates

will be counted and declared on the evening of Sunday 13 June.

* Following the Boundary Commission ward changes there were 96 seats being

contested in this year's local elections, against the previous number of 99


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