Local Elections 2018 | South Birmingham Results and Reactions

Written by on May 6, 2018

 

Labour hold Birmingham with 67 of the 101 available seats

Credit: Birmingham City Council
Credit: Birmingham City Council

In a truly tense day, Labour retain overall control in Birmingham, but have seen losses in unexpected places such as; Rubery Rednal and Frankley Great Park whilst holding Birmingham with a majority of 67 seats.

  • Labour – 67 seats
  • Conservatives – 25 seats
  • Liberal Democrats – 8 seats
  • Green Party – 1 seat

UKIP were the biggest losers in the midlands today seeing all six of their seats available in Dudley Metropolitan Council swing to the Conservatives.

Meanwhile in Harborne today we saw a split ward with both Peter Fowler (Conservatives) and Jayne Francis (Labour) being elected.

Conservatives made unexpected gains in Rubery Rednal and Frankley Great Park today with Adrian Delaney (Cons) ousting Carole Griffiths (Lab) and Simon Morrall ousting Andy Cartwright (Lab) respectively.

Labour’s Oliver Armstrong is voted in as councillor for Northfield who is thrilled to be chosen by the people to be their council representative. Read Oliver’s at the bottom of the page.

Kings Norton North was won by Alex Aitken (Lab) and Kings Norton South was won by husband of Carole Griffiths, Peter Griffiths. Read what Peter had to say following his election below.

Full Birmingham results here.

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Carole Griffiths (Lab)

Carole Griffiths reacts

To losing Rubery Rednal seat
in a shock gain for Conservatives councillor Adrian Delaney


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Simon Morrall (Cons)

Simon Morrall wins Frankley Great Park Seat

Constituents show love and support for long-standing councillor Andy Cartwright whilst looking forward to the change.


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Cllr Oliver Armstrong (Lab)

Oliver Armstrong elected for Northfield

“I want to continue to build on the energy and positivity of our campaign to help work by, for and with the people of Northfield.” Read more of Oliver’s reaction.


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Peter Griffiths (Lab)

Peter Griffiths

Peter Griffiths, husband of former Rubery Rednal councillor, reacts to being elected as Kings Norton South councillor.


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