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Leeds Local Election 2018: Pudsey result

Conservatives Simon Seary and Mark Harrison gained two seats from Labour in a surprise result in Pudsey Ward at the Leeds City Council local election.

Labour’s existing councillor Mick Coulson lost his seat and new candidate Louisa Cunningham (who took over from Cllr Josie Jarosz, who retired) failed to hold for Labour. The party’s existing councillor Richard Lewis held his seat, coming third.

Results

Simon Seary (CON) 3,324
Mark Harrison (CON) 3,099
Richard Lewis (LAB) 2,976
Mark Neve (CON) 2,901
Mick Coulson (LAB) 2,731
Lou Cunningham (LAB) 2,698
Conor O’Neill (YORKS) 570
Helen Hart (GREEN) 545
Christine Glover (LD) 460
Jude Arbuckle (LD) 247
Martin Hughes (LD) 190

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