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Islington Council elections: Early results show Labour landslide victory

16:11 23 May 2014

Counting begins at the Sobell Leisure Centre in Hornsey Road, Holloway

Counting begins at the Sobell Leisure Centre in Hornsey Road, Holloway

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Early results show the Labour party is on track for a landslide victory in Islington.

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Four out of 16 ward results have been announced with the Lib Dems losing four seats to Labour – St George’s, Junction and St Mary’s. Labour has also retained their stronghold in St Peter’s.

See our live election feed at www.islingtongazette.co.uk/news/localelections for all the results live.

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