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History of Bristol City Council

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History of Bristol City Council

Bristol is under no overall control. Labour is the largest party in Bristol.

Contents

  • Partisan composition 1
  • Partisan control 2
  • Individual Results 3
  • See also 4

Partisan composition

Election Year Labour Lib Dem Conservative Green
Current 28 23 14 4
2011 21 33 14 2
2010 17 38 14 1
2009 16 36 17 1
2008 24 32 13 1
2007 [3] 25 31 13 1
2006 23 33 13 1
2005 27 32 11
2003 31 28 11
2002 36 24 10
2001 40 21 9
1999 37 23 10
1998 46 16 6
1997 51 12 5
1995 53 9 6
1994 41 8 19
1992 40 6 22
1991 45 5 18
1990 43 4 21
1988 39 5 24
1987 37 6 25
1986 35 7 26
1984 33 6 29
1983 30 6 32
1979* 50 3 28
1976 47 3 34
1973 56 3 25

Source [4] (* Eastville election was deferred due to the death of a candidate)

Graph showing seats on Bristol City Council over the years

Partisan control

1 April 1996: Bristol changes from District to Unitary authority (Avon abolished)

1 April 1974: Bristol changes from County borough to District (Avon created)

Individual Results

See also

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