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 Barnet and Camden
 

Mayor
  Name Party 1st Pref % 2nd Pref * %  
  Ken Livingstone Ind 51,649 38.8 13,368 12.0  
  Steve Norris Con 36,826 27.7 14,858 13.4  
  Susan Kramer LD 17,096 12.8 33,144 29.8  
  Frank Dobson Lab 16,978 12.8 17,125 15.4  
  Darren Johnson Grn 3,564 2.7 16,621 15.0  
  Ram Gidoomal CPA 2,336 1.8 3,649 3.3  
  Michael Newland BNP 1,451 1.1 2,285 2.1  
  Geoffrey Ben-Nathan PMSS 1,055 0.8 2,865 2.6  
  Damian Hockney UKIP 972 0.7 2,832 2.6  
  Ashwin Kumar Tanna Ind 708 0.5 2,938 2.6  
  Geoffrey Clements NL 397 0.3 1,388 1.2  
   Total votes %  
Turnout  133,032 35.0  
* 2nd preference votes are counted if no candidate receives more than 50% of 1st preference votes

Assembly
First-past-the-post
  Name Party Votes %  
  Brian Coleman Conservative 41,583 32.9  
  Helen Gordon Labour 41,032 32.5  
  Jonathan Davies Liberal Democrat 22,295 17.6  
  Miranda Dunn Green 14,768 11.7  
  Candy Udwin London Socialist Alliance 3,488 2.8  
  Magnus Nielsen UK Independence Party 2,115 1.7  
  Diane Derksen Maharishi's Natural Prog. 1,081 0.9  
     Total votes %
  Majority 551 0.4
  Turnout 136,384 35.0

Top-up seats (London-wide)
  Name Votes %  
  Conservative 37,795 29.4  
  Labour 37,352 29.1  
  Liberal Democrats 19,376 15.1  
  Greens 16,789 13.1  
  Christian Peoples Alliance 3,258 2.5  
  London Socialist Alliance 2,421 1.9  
  British National Party 2,217 1.7  
  UK Independence Party 2,037 1.6  
  Peter Tatchell 1,908 1.5  
  Campaign Against Tube Privatisation 1,517 1.2  
  Pro-Motorist Small Shop 1,381 1.1  
  Socialist Labour Party 1,115 0.9  
  Natural Law Party 677 0.5  
  Communist Party of Britain 632 0.5  
     Total votes %
  Turnout 127,475 35.0

Constituency description

This seat stretches from Bloomsbury in central London in the south, right to the Hertfordshire border in the north.

It contains the parliamentary seats of Labourís mayoral candidate, Frank Dobson, as well as that of an early casualty in the race for mayor, the former actress Glenda Jackson.

As well as containing large Jewish communities and Bangladeshi neighbourhoods, this GLA seat also contains the recently much-maligned spiritual home of the nationís liberals, Hampstead.

Other famous areas in the seat include Kings Cross, Kentish Town and Holborn.

Parliamentary seats in this area: Chipping Barnet (Con), Finchley and Golders Green (Lab), Hampstead and Highgate (Lab), Hendon (Lab) and Holborn and St Pancras (Lab)
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