London Borough of Hounslow

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The London Borough of Hounslow (About this sound pronunciation ) is a London borough in west London, England.

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Political composition

Since the borough was formed it has been controlled by the Labour Party on all but two occasions. In 1968 the Conservatives formed a majority for the first and last time to date until they lost control to Labour in 1971. Labour subsequently lost control of the council in the 2006 local elections which produced a hung result. Although Labour was the largest party on the Council the Conservatives were able to form a coalition with councillors from the independent Isleworth Community Group (ICG). This lasted until the 2010 local elections when all the independent councillors lost their seats. Labour won control of the Council with 35 seats while the Conservatives now have 25. No other parties are currently represented on the Council.[2]

Seat distribution as of May 2010:

Districts in Hounslow

It includes the areas:

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