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Last Updated: Monday, 23 May, 2005, 12:30 GMT 13:30 UK
Result: Sheffield Heeley

  LAB HOLD



TOP THREE PARTIES AT A GLANCE
Labour Labour 54.0%
Liberal Democrat Liberal Democrat 20.6%
Conservative Conservative 14.6%
Swing: 0.5% from LAB to LD
IN DETAIL
Name Party Votes % +/- %
Meg Munn Labour 18,405 54.0 -3.0
Colin Ross Liberal Democrat 7,035 20.6 -2.1
Aster Crawshaw Conservative 4,987 14.6 +0.4
John Beatson British National Party 1,314 3.9 +3.9
Rob Unwin Green 1,312 3.8 +1.5
Mark Suter UK Independence Party 775 2.3 +0.4
Mark Dunnell Socialist Alternative 265 0.8 +0.8
Majority 11,370 33.3  
Turnout 34,093 50.3 -4.8
POLITICAL MAKE UP OF YORKSHIRE & THE HUMBER
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2001 RESULT FOR SHEFFIELD HEELEY
Labour Labour 57.0%
Liberal Democrat Liberal Democrat 22.7%
Conservative Conservative 14.2%
Others Others 6.1%


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