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January 16, 2004

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Peter Black

Yes, it was the Welsh Liberal Democrats who came second with a paltry 69 votes. But then again it was not our seat, we have no history of holding it and we still have Welsh Liberal Democrat Councillors on Powys County Council in double figures. Oh, and I added a hotlink in the entry to the result elsewhere on my site. Thanks for pointing this out.

Oliver Kamm

You're welcome. Always happy to help.

R Thomas

Of course Mr Black would support PR, not just because he is a Liberal but taking a glance at the Assembly election results you can see that he was not 'first past the post' in his constituency but a top up member! (i.e. elected by a form of PR).

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