LANSBURY WARD

[Three seats]

ElectionElectorsT'outCandidatePartyVotes%Ch.%
19786,29527.4G.T. Desmond
A.P. Hegarty
R. Beer
H.A. Cook
Ms. E.M. Goymer
S.D. Colville
S.H. Buttery
Mrs. M.A. Rowe
Lab
Lab
Lab
C
C
NF
NF
NF
1,120
1,080
1,078
283
260
227
225
199
795
69.1


17.2

13.7


50.3


19826,27724.2G.T. Desmond
R. Beer
D.J. Abel
Ms. E.M. Goymer
A.J. Lenox-Smith
Lab
Lab
Lab
C
C
1,040
1,022
992
326
309
666
76.2


23.8

49.9
+7.1


+6.6

19866,85338.7B.A. Blandford
Ms. G.E. Deakins
Ms. P.P. Fletcher
S. Bowen
P.P. Collins
Ms. M.E. Hawkins
R. Beer
P. Beasley
G.T. Desmond
C.W. Kingsley-Smith
L
L
L
Lab
Lab
Lab
Ind Lab
Ind Lab
Ind Lab
C
1,119
1,108
1,093
956
883
871
407
385
376
77
137
44.7


36.5


15.7


3.1
5.5



-39.7





-20.7

[Resignation of Fletcher]
1988
(24/11)
6,47939.4S. Bowen
P.J. Hughes
D. Ettridge
T.M. Taylor
D. England
A.L. Norton
Lab
SLD
BNP
C
GP
SDP
1,256
1,164
49
31
21
21
92
49.4
45.8
2.0
1.2
0.8
0.8
3.6
+12.9
+1.1

-1.9

19906,37449.5Ms. G.E. Deakins
B.A. Blandford
P.J. Hughes
S. Bowen
R. Johnson
Ms. S.A. Witcher
M.A. Tate
L Dem
L Dem
L Dem
Lab
Lab
Lab
C
1,735
1,702
1,697
1,240
1,056
1,015
75
457
59.2


38.2


2.6
15.8
+14.5


+1.7


-0.5

19945,77156.5E.A. Commons
Ms. D.R. Johnson
K.V. Morton
P.J. Hughes
B.A. Blandford
P.A. Bargery
D.A. Hemingway
J. McLachlan
D.J. Cure
D. Ransom
Lab
Lab
Lab
L Dem
L Dem
L Dem
Ind
C
C
C
1,450
1,436
1,373
1,192
1,101
1,072
483
103
93
75
181
45.6


36.0


15.5
2.9


5.8
+7.4


-23.2



+0.3

[Resignation of Commons]
1994
(15/12)
5,83249.5M.C. Keating
P.J. Hughes
D.W. Beackon
J.S. Livingstone
Lab
L Dem
BNP
C
1,457
844
562
24
613
50.5
29.2
19.5
0.8
21.3
+4.9
-6.8

-2.1

19986,25540.3Ms. D.R. Johnson
M.C. Keating
K.V. Morton
B.A. Blandford
P. Carlin
R.P. Neale
D.A. Hemingway
Ms. L. Miller
H.C. Benham
Ms. S.A. Jones
J. McLachlan
Lab
Lab
Lab
L Dem
L Dem
L Dem
Ind
NF
C
C
C
1,082
1,023
964
692
604
508
499
270
137
107
107
272
40.7


23.9


19.9
10.8
4.7


10.8
-4.8


-12.1


+4.4

+1.8

Note:—
1986:Beer, Beasley and Desmond sought election as candidates of the 'Tower Hamlets Labour Party'. They were opposed to the selection of left wing candidates by the local Labour Party. Beasley had been the Leader of the Labour Group (and therefore also of the Council) for ten years.
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