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Reading Borough Council Election Results 2014

On 22 May the people of Reading went to the ballot boxes to vote for their local and European representatives. The election results for Reading Borough Council were:

Abbey Ward (Labour Hold)

BLACK, Richard (Green) – 315 (12.9%)

JAMES, Stephen (UKIP) – 236 (9.7%)

MOORE, James (Lib Dem) – 218 (8.9%)

TAYLOR, Laurence (Conservative) – 475 (19.5%)

TICKNER, Bet (Labour) – 1195 (49%) – ELECTED

Battle Ward (Labour Hold)

GOODALL, Glenn (Lib Dem) – 167 (7.6%)

HACKER, Sarah (Labour) – 1255 (57%) – ELECTED

ISHTIAQ, Imran (Conservative) – 442 (20.1%)

LOCKEY, Alan (Green) – 293 (13.3%)

PASCUAL, Jean-Marie (Roman Party-Ave!) – 43 (2%)

Caversham Ward (Labour Gain from Conservative)

BURDEN, Chris (Lib Dem) – 212 (7.3%)

CHRISP, Rachael (Labour) – 1081 (37%) – ELECTED

DIAMOND, Michael (UKIP) – 348 (11.9%)

HICKS, Jenny (Green) – 362 (12.4%)

POLAND, Geoff (Conservative) – 894 (30.6%)

VOUSDEN, Silvia (TUSC) – 23 (0.8%)

Church Ward (Labour Gain from Conservative)

CARNELL, Paul (Conservative) – 577 (26%)

JOHNSON, Vivienne (Green) – 238 (10.7%)

MACNEILL, Margaret (Lib Dem) – 108 (4.9%)

PEARCE, Ashley (Labour) – 919 (41.4%) – ELECTED

ZEBEDEE, Ann (UKIP) – 380 (17.1%)

Katesgrove Ward (Labour Gain from Lib Dem)

DEARING, John (UKIP) – 248 (12.1%)

JAMES, Sophie (Labour) – 992 (48.6%) – ELECTED

KEANE, Louise (Green) – 278 (13.6%)

KINSLEY, Peter (Lib Dem) – 191 (9.4%)

WARMAN, Emma (Conservative) – 334 (16.4%)

Kentwood Ward (Labour Gain from Conservative)

DENNIS, Glenn (Labour) – 989 (35.3%) – ELECTED

SHAFFREY, Ruth (Green) – 178 (6.4%)

STEELE, Tom (Conservative) – 897 (32%)

THOMAS, Howard (UKIP) – 601 (21.5%)

WALLS, Jon (Lib Dem) – 135 (4.8%)

Minster Ward (Labour Hold)

BLACK, Katie (Conservative) – 664 (27%)

DILLON, Patrick (UKIP) – 351 (14.3%)

FANTI, Jon (Lib Dem) – 128 (5.2%)

LIVINGSTON, Marion (Labour) – 1090 (44.3%) – ELECTED

MURPHY, Hazel (Green) – 226 (9.2%)

Norcot Ward (Labour Hold)

ABSOLOM, Debs (Labour) – 1369 (57%) – ELECTED

HUGHES, Georgina (Lib Dem) – 169 (7%)

PATTERSON, David (Green) – 289 (12%)

VOSE, Clare (Conservative) – 573 (23.9%)

Park Ward (Green Hold)

ARMSTRONG, Anne (UKIP) – 119 (3.8%)

BASHARAT, Mohammad (Conservative) – 320 (10.2%)

KAUR, Anrish (Labour) – 936 (29.9%)

RYE, Rebecca (Lib Dem) – 84 (2.7%)

WHITE, Rob (Green) – 1669 (53.4%) – ELECTED

Park Ward By-Election (Green Hold)

AKHTAR, Shanaz (Conservative) – 391 (12.7%)

JAKEMAN, Francis (Lib Dem) – 93 (3%)

LAWRENCE, Matthew (Labour) – 1015 (33.1%)

WILLIAMS, Josh (Green) – 1569 (51.1%) – ELECTED

Peppard Ward (Conservative Gain from Independent)

DAY, Kate (Green) – 186 (5.8%)

KNIGHT, John (UKIP) – 460 (14.3%)

PLATTS, Natalie (Labour) – 509 (15.8%)

RALPH, Mark (Independent) – 886 (27.5%)

ROBINSON, Simon (Conservative) – 1027 (31.9%) – ELECTED

WOODS, Jenny (Lib Dem) – 152 (4.7%)

Redlands Ward (Labour Gain from Lib Dem)

ABSOLOM, David (Labour) – 1047 (45%) – ELECTED

ALLAN, Robert (UKIP) – 173 (7.4%)

BAYES, Kirsten (Lib Dem) – 341 (14.7%)

HOPPER, Helen (Conservative) – 430 (18.5%)

MURTAGH, Kizzi (Green) – 337 (8%)

Southcote Ward (Labour Hold)

ADAMS, Maddy (Lib Dem) – 110 (4.9%)

CRESSWELL, Doug (Green) – 213 (9.5%)

ENNIS, John (Labour) – 1286 (57.5%) – ELECTED

WIGGINS, Ellis (Conservative) – 626 (28%)

Thames Ward (Conservative Hold)

DICKSON, John (Independent) – 332 (10.2%)

MCNAMARA, Sarah (Green) – 385 (11.8%)

PENMAN, Guy (Lib Dem) – 293 (9%)

STAINTHORP, Richard (Labour) – 766 (23.5%)

STEVENS, David (Conservative) – 1486 (45.6%) – ELECTED

Tilehurst Ward (Lib Dem Hold)

BANARAS, Haji (Labour) – 429 (15.8%)

DUVEEN, Ricky (Lib Dem) – 1013 (37.2%) – ELECTED

KENNET, Miriam (Green) – 107 (3.9%)

MACPHEE, William (UKIP) – 530 (19.5%)

VICKERS, Robert (Conservative) – 643 (23.6%)

Whitley Ward (Labour Hold)

BLATTLER, Janel (Lib Dem) – 93 (4.3%)

BROWN, Nick (Conservative) – 488 (22.4%)

EDEN, Rachel (Labour) – 1162 (53.3%) – ELECTED

JOHNSON, Keith (Green) – 167 (7.7%)

WAKE, Jamie (Independent) – 269 (12.4%)

The Council is now comprised of 31 Labour Councillors, 10 Conservatives, 3 Greens and 2 Lib Dems.

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May 23, 2014 - Posted by | Local

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