Ipswich Council election, 2000

Ipswich Council election, 2000

Elections to Ipswich Council were held on 4 May, 2000. One third of the council was up for election and the Labour party kept overall control of the council.

After the election, the composition of the council was
*Labour 31
*Conservative 15
*Liberal Democrat 2

Election result

Election Summary Party
party = Labour Party (UK)
seats = 9
gain =
loss =
net = -5
seats % = 50.0
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =
Election Summary Party
party = Conservative Party (UK)
seats = 8
gain =
loss =
net = +5
seats % = 44.4
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =
Election Summary Party
party = Liberal Democrats (UK)
seats = 1
gain =
loss =
net = +1
seats % = 5.6
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =
Election Summary Party
party = Independent (politician)
seats = 0
gain =
loss =
net = -1
seats % = 0
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =

References

* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/uk_politics/vote2000/locals/60.stm 2000 Ipswich election result]

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