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Politics of Greenwich

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Politics of Greenwich

The politics of the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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Greenwich London Borough Council

Summary of council election results:

Greenwich is administered by 51 councillors. The Labour Party currently has an overall majority on the council, holding 43 seats, with the Conservatives holding 8. Labour has had a majority on the council since 1971.

Electoral wards

Since 2002, the borough has been divided into 17 wards, each electing three councillors every four years.

By elections in 2002-2006 Council

By elections in 2006-2010 Council

By elections in 2014-2018 Council

By elections in 1998-2002 Council

By elections in 1994-1998 Council

Westminster Parliament

The borough contains the constituencies of:

  • Eltham
  • Erith and Thamesmead (shared with the London Borough of Bexley)
  • Greenwich and Woolwich
  • As of the 2010 General Election, all three are represented by Labour MPs.

    References

    Politics of Greenwich Wikipedia


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