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South Wales West
 

 Parties
Lab 70625   PC 50757  
Con 20993   LD 18527  
Green 4082   Utd Soc 1257  
NLP 676   PRP 204  
 
 Elected
Ms Janet Davies PC 
Dr Dai Lloyd PC 
Mr Alun Cairns CON 
Mr Peter Black LD 
 
 Candidates
Labour Plaid Cymru
Francis, Mair
Francis, Hywel
Smith, Robert
Singh, Moira
Ms Janet Davies (T)
Dr Dai Lloyd (T)
Reid, Sara
Bowen, I Delme
Cornelius, Steven
Ball, John
Titherington, Ian
Davies, Yvonne
Liberal Democrat Conservative
Mr Peter Black (T)
Humphreys, Rob
Evans, Howard
Davies, Keith
Waye, Sheila
Davies, David
Harris, Marilyn
McConville, Ronald
Green, Cheryl
Jenner, Alison
Payne, Norah
Ritchie, Clayton
Mr Alun Cairns (T)
Smart, Chris
Hughes, Bill
Valerio, Paul
Chambers, Jill
Jones, Aled
Davies, Mary E
Ford, Martyn
Morris, Wayne
Unwin, David
Voisey, Matthew
Green Party Natural Law Party
Oubridge, Graham
Turner, Lee
Evans, Janet
Phillips, Simon
Phillips, Neil
Leighton, Diana
Johnstone, Robert
Jarman, Andrea
Peoples' Representative United Socialist
Harris, John
Richard, Ioan
Harris, Peter
Trollope, David
Harris, Margaret
Northcott, Peter
Thraves, Alec
Thomson, Alan
Williams, Robert
MacPherson, Neil
 
 Constituencies
Aberavon LAB Wins
Gower LAB Wins
Neath LAB Wins
Ogmore LAB Wins
Swansea East LAB Wins
Swansea West LAB Wins
Bridgend LAB Wins
 

 Description
"The size of the Labour majorities in its heartland constituencies of South Wales West tell their own story. The party is unchallenged and should win all seven first past the post seats with ease. The goal for the Conservatives will be to hang on to second place sufficiently convincingly to garner the bulk of the ‘top up’ seats. To do that the Tories need to poll in excess of 20% of the total vote in the region - a tall order given their showing in 1994 and 1997. Luckily for them both the Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru are weak here, with one ‘top up’ seat each being the realistic limit of their ambitions."
 

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