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The Guardian: "Potholes, parking and Ukip: main parties primed for local election battle"

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"Inevitably, focus in the local elections is on London, where all seats in the boroughs are up for grabs. Just under half the 4,200 seats being contested are in the capital. There are also four mayoral contests in London, as well as a fifth one just outside the city in marginal Watford.

"Labour already runs 17 mainly inner London boroughs, the Conservatives 11 and the Liberal Democrats just two. Labour's six battleground boroughs are Harrow, Barnet, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets, Croydon and Merton. In terms of London seats, Labour has the most to defend as it currently holds 870 seats, the Conservatives 712, and the Liberal Democrats 246.

"... The borough of Barnet, in suburban north London, has a history of being a base for Conservative radicals, including Margaret Thatcher's tenure as MP for the now abolished Finchley constituency. Losing Barnet to Labour would be a harsh blow.

Barnet Bugle:
"Video: Four years on the BBC revisits Barnet to report on change from EasyCouncil to OneBarnet"

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