Police commissioner election - live results

Police commissioner election - live results

Police commissioner election - live results

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Live updates from the police commissioner ballots across the country, including one here in Hampshire.

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12:38pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Independent Thought says...

The suspense, the excitement, it's just too much!!!
The suspense, the excitement, it's just too much!!! Independent Thought
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1:12pm Fri 16 Nov 12

bazzeroz says...

I'll bet it didn't take long to count the ballot paper results.
I'll bet it didn't take long to count the ballot paper results. bazzeroz
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1:14pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Subject48 says...

So who is up for protesting outside the police to have the position scrapped ?

If we can get a bigger turnout then the voters defacto position should be scrapped right ?
So who is up for protesting outside the police to have the position scrapped ? If we can get a bigger turnout then the voters defacto position should be scrapped right ? Subject48
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1:39pm Fri 16 Nov 12

SotonGreen says...

It is confusing why there still isnt a hampshire result ? Surely it cannot take so long to count the 10 or so people who actually voted ?
It is confusing why there still isnt a hampshire result ? Surely it cannot take so long to count the 10 or so people who actually voted ? SotonGreen
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2:12pm Fri 16 Nov 12

andyfidler1966 says...

SotonGreen wrote:
It is confusing why there still isnt a hampshire result ? Surely it cannot take so long to count the 10 or so people who actually voted ?
Yes but three of them were on the Isle of Wight and it will take ages for the Post Office to deliver those.
[quote][p][bold]SotonGreen[/bold] wrote: It is confusing why there still isnt a hampshire result ? Surely it cannot take so long to count the 10 or so people who actually voted ?[/p][/quote]Yes but three of them were on the Isle of Wight and it will take ages for the Post Office to deliver those. andyfidler1966
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2:44pm Fri 16 Nov 12

FoysCornerBoy says...

It's a pity that the Government wouldn't allow Southampton City Council to combine this vote with a local referendum on the Biomass proposals; this would have ensured that the turnout in the Freemantle and Millbrook wards would have been double that for the rest of Hampshire.
It's a pity that the Government wouldn't allow Southampton City Council to combine this vote with a local referendum on the Biomass proposals; this would have ensured that the turnout in the Freemantle and Millbrook wards would have been double that for the rest of Hampshire. FoysCornerBoy
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3:17pm Fri 16 Nov 12

sarfhamton says...

Did Commissioner Gordon win? he is mates with Batman and would be a great choice
Did Commissioner Gordon win? he is mates with Batman and would be a great choice sarfhamton
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3:28pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Subject48 says...

sarfhampton, good one!!! Unfortunately in the real world we only get the lex luthors!
sarfhampton, good one!!! Unfortunately in the real world we only get the lex luthors! Subject48
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3:32pm Fri 16 Nov 12

southy says...

Well The Labour Party in Government now have 2 seats more than needed to condem this Tory Govenment in a vote of "No Confidence".
The Torys change in the rule of no confidence vote (one of the first action they done was to move the goal post) as now been wipe out, and it now come down to how each member of the Lib/dems vote, and the other partys, weather if the Tory can remain in power.
Well The Labour Party in Government now have 2 seats more than needed to condem this Tory Govenment in a vote of "No Confidence". The Torys change in the rule of no confidence vote (one of the first action they done was to move the goal post) as now been wipe out, and it now come down to how each member of the Lib/dems vote, and the other partys, weather if the Tory can remain in power. southy
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4:03pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Shoong says...

southy wrote:
Well The Labour Party in Government now have 2 seats more than needed to condem this Tory Govenment in a vote of "No Confidence".
The Torys change in the rule of no confidence vote (one of the first action they done was to move the goal post) as now been wipe out, and it now come down to how each member of the Lib/dems vote, and the other partys, weather if the Tory can remain in power.
WTF are you on about now??

Trust you to lower the tone.

Remember, you said this government would be gone by Xmas..? Time's running out for this one without a hint of it in the press or even the air.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Well The Labour Party in Government now have 2 seats more than needed to condem this Tory Govenment in a vote of "No Confidence". The Torys change in the rule of no confidence vote (one of the first action they done was to move the goal post) as now been wipe out, and it now come down to how each member of the Lib/dems vote, and the other partys, weather if the Tory can remain in power.[/p][/quote]WTF are you on about now?? Trust you to lower the tone. Remember, you said this government would be gone by Xmas..? Time's running out for this one without a hint of it in the press or even the air. Shoong
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4:14pm Fri 16 Nov 12

arthur dalyrimple says...

hold the vote in a phone box next time.
hold the vote in a phone box next time. arthur dalyrimple
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4:39pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Inform Al says...

arthur dalyrimple wrote:
hold the vote in a phone box next time.
They were going to, but some guy said he was getting changed in there before flying off to save the world
[quote][p][bold]arthur dalyrimple[/bold] wrote: hold the vote in a phone box next time.[/p][/quote]They were going to, but some guy said he was getting changed in there before flying off to save the world Inform Al
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4:43pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Inform Al says...

I wondered why an MP was standing down to stand as PCC, then I saw the increase in pay. Perhaps we should allow the poor souls to claim more expenses
I wondered why an MP was standing down to stand as PCC, then I saw the increase in pay. Perhaps we should allow the poor souls to claim more expenses Inform Al
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5:07pm Fri 16 Nov 12

southy says...

Shoong wrote:
southy wrote:
Well The Labour Party in Government now have 2 seats more than needed to condem this Tory Govenment in a vote of "No Confidence".
The Torys change in the rule of no confidence vote (one of the first action they done was to move the goal post) as now been wipe out, and it now come down to how each member of the Lib/dems vote, and the other partys, weather if the Tory can remain in power.
WTF are you on about now??

Trust you to lower the tone.

Remember, you said this government would be gone by Xmas..? Time's running out for this one without a hint of it in the press or even the air.
Way over your head I know.
remember when the Torys first got in power they moved the goal post on the % of vote to kick the ruling party out off office, in a "no Confindence vote", it now can be done, Labour had all ready won 1 by-election back in May and needed another by-election win off the Torys, well there was 3 by-elections also today, and Labour had done it they took the second seat that was needed to be able to win a Vote of No Confidence in the house of commons.
You have a General Strike coming up which will be more than enough to push that No Confidence vote to happen, The Torys have now ran out of time, I said by the end of the this year, and it looks I am going to be very close to the mark.
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Well The Labour Party in Government now have 2 seats more than needed to condem this Tory Govenment in a vote of "No Confidence". The Torys change in the rule of no confidence vote (one of the first action they done was to move the goal post) as now been wipe out, and it now come down to how each member of the Lib/dems vote, and the other partys, weather if the Tory can remain in power.[/p][/quote]WTF are you on about now?? Trust you to lower the tone. Remember, you said this government would be gone by Xmas..? Time's running out for this one without a hint of it in the press or even the air.[/p][/quote]Way over your head I know. remember when the Torys first got in power they moved the goal post on the % of vote to kick the ruling party out off office, in a "no Confindence vote", it now can be done, Labour had all ready won 1 by-election back in May and needed another by-election win off the Torys, well there was 3 by-elections also today, and Labour had done it they took the second seat that was needed to be able to win a Vote of No Confidence in the house of commons. You have a General Strike coming up which will be more than enough to push that No Confidence vote to happen, The Torys have now ran out of time, I said by the end of the this year, and it looks I am going to be very close to the mark. southy
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8:32pm Sun 18 Nov 12

huckit P says...

I had nothing through the door; heard nothing specific on the radio or tv so did not know who was in the running for this position. Apathy reigns supreme!
I had nothing through the door; heard nothing specific on the radio or tv so did not know who was in the running for this position. Apathy reigns supreme! huckit P
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