First result in Thurrock was a Labour hold

By Neil Speight

6th May 2022 | Local News

Another win for Labour's Steve Liddiard.
Another win for Labour's Steve Liddiard.

THE first result declared in the Thurrock Council elections was a hold for Labour in the Tilbury St Chads ward.

Veteran councillor Steve Liddiard won his fourth term of office with a thumping victory against David Morgan but it was a very low turn-out - just one in five eligible votors made their mark.


  • Steve Liddiard (Labour) - 670
  • David Morgan (Conservative) - 221

Majority 449

Electorate: 4,308 Ballot Papers Issued: 901. Turnout: 20.91%


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