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  • Ballot papers are now being counted at Richard Dunn Sports Centre and Keighley Leisure Centre.
  • Results are expected to begin coming in early to mid-afternoon.
  • See all the live results here as they come in.

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Labour has clinched full control of Bradford Council by a whisker – the first time one party has had a majority for 15 years.

The Labour administration, which previously had to rely on the support of other parties or independents to push through its plans, now has 46 seats – the exact number needed for a majority on the 90-seat Council.

UKIP was also celebrating after getting its first candidate elected in Keighley West and coming close in a number of other wards.

4:54pm

4:26pm Fri 23 May 14

Thee Voice of Reason says

So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls.

Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.

4:27pm

Toller - Ali (Respect) 660; Hussain (Labour) 4,850; Kirkcaldy (Green) 209; Kohan (Conservative) 205; Leeming (Lib Dem) 93.

A strong majority for Labour councillor Imran Hussain as he retains the Toller seat.

4:25pm

Royds - Devonshire (Lib Dem) 177; Servant (Conservative) 464; Lewthwaite (Brit Dems) 152; Slater (Labour) 1,389; Worsley (UKIP) 1,232.

Councillor Val Slater hangs on to the Royds seat for Labour despite a strong turnout for UKIP.

4:22pm

Manningham - Chadwick (Lib Dem) 92; Naweed Hussain (Respect) 1,617; Shabir Hussain (Labour) 3,218; Nadim (Conservative) 120; Robinson (Green) 170.

Labour's Shabir Hussain retains the Manningham seat.

4:17pm

Thornton & Allerton - Dunbar (Labour) 1,747; Elliott (Lib Dem) 298; Richardson (Conservative) 1,685.

Richard Dunbar wins the Thornton and Allerton seat in a Labour gain, as he takes over from retiring Conservative councillor Valerie Binney.

4:13pm

Little Horton - Butt (Lib Dem) 181; Hussain (Conservative) 137; Ikram (Labour) 3,297; Malik (Respect) 722.

A landslide for Councillor Naveeda Ikram as she retains her Little Horton seat by more than 2,500 votes.

4:09pm

Clayton & Fairweather Green - Engel (Labour) 1,963; Pollard (Lib Dem) 145; Taylor (Conservative) 674; Vasey (UKIP) 1,037.

Labour councillor Sinead Engel retains her seat in Clayton and Fairweather Green Ward.

4:07pm

Bradford Moor - Tunveer (Conservative) 147; Ahmed (Lib Dem) 2,615; Ali (Respect) 238; Shafiq (Labour) 2,671.

Labour councillor Mohammed Shafiq has hangs onto his seat in Bradford Moor, despite strong competition from Riaz Ahmed for the Liberal Democrats.

3:49pm

City - Ali (Respect) 656; Azam (Labour) 3,510; Nabi (Conservative) 142; Yeadon (Lib Dem) 156.

A Labour hold for Nazam Azam in City Ward.

3:13pm

Bolton & Undercliffe - Sunderland (Lib Dem) 1,969; Dignan (Labour) 1,462; Clapham (Conservative) 412.

Lib Dems hold the Bolton & Undercliffe seat with new councillor Rachel Sunderland.

3:04pm

Nusrat Mohammed wins the Heaton seat for Labour, ousting Peace Party candidate Imdad Hussain.

Mohammed (Labour) 1,784; Hussain (Peace) 985; Ford (Green) 893; Mahmood (Conservative) 665; Davis (Respect) 408; McNally (Lib Dem) 131.

2:52pm

Queensbury - Cromie (Independent) 1,377; Jason Smith (UKIP) 1,262; Rosie Watson (Labour) 628; John Robertshaw (Conservative) 489; Ruth Weston (Lib Dem) 89.

Independent councillor Paul Cromie holds the Queensbury seat.

2:51pm

Great Horton - Dodds (Labour) 2,696; Beech (UKIP) 694; Zaman (Cons) 548; Hayat (Respect) 196; Slingsby (Lib Dem) 115.

Joanne Dodds holds for Labour in Great Horton Ward

2:48pm

UK Independence Party take their first seat from Labour in Keighley West as UKIP candidate Brian Morris comes out 166 votes ahead to oust Labour's Keith Dredge.

Keighley West - UKIP 1,418; Labour 1,252; Conservatives 613; Green 208; Lib Dem 63.

2:34pm

Wibsey - Smith (Labour) 1,467; Illingworth (UKIP) 1,355; Sheard (Conservative) 499; Boulton (Lib Dem) 191.

Another hold for Labour with Councillor Lynne Smith.

2:30pm

Tong - Kernaghan (Brit Dems) 115; Pringle (UKIP) 935; Wainwright (Labour) 1,156; Ward (Conservative) 339; Yeadon (Lib Dem) 159.

 holds for Labour.

Wyke - Craig (Independent) 119; Hall (Lib Dem) 93; Milczanowski (Conservative) 524; Warburton (Labour) 1,349; Wood (UKIP) 1,227.

Both Alan Wainwright in Tong and David Warburton in Wyke hold for Labour

2:24pm

Idle & Thackley - Fear (Lib Dem) 2,334; Mills (Conservative) 838; Tait (Labour) 889

Bowling & Barkerend - Jamil (Labour) 2,532; Miah (Respect) 829; Shah (Conservative) 249; Stelling (Lib Dem) 863

2:18pm

We've got 11 results so far, out of the 30 wards... See the full table of results so far for the Bradford Council 2014 elections here.

2:06pm

The latest results from the Keighley Leisure Centre count:

Ilkley - Lib Dem 359; Green 508; Conservatives 2,705; UKIP 348; Labour 1,303. (Mike Gibbons holds in Ilkley for the Conservatives)

Keighley Central - Conservative 745; Green 236; UKIP 722; Labour 3,418; Lib Dem 222. (Labour candidate Abid Hussain retains his Keighley Central seat)

2:04pm

The first result is in from Bradford's Richard Dunn Sports Centre:

Eccleshill - Lib Dem 1,541; Labour 1,324; Conservatives 514; Green 391.

Councillor Geoff Reid holds in Eccleshill for the Liberal Democrats.

1:59pm

1:57pm

Still not much change in the Council chamber so far...

Worth Valley Councillor Glen Miller holds for the Conservatives.

And Steve Pullen holds for Labour in Keighley East Ward.

1:49pm

Worth Valley: UKIP 1,169; Labour 1,067; Green 310; Conservative 1,384; Lib Dem 1004.

Keighley East: UKIP 1,192; Lib Dem 263; Conservatives 968; Respect 492; Labour 1,881.

1:36pm

Latest result...

Baildon: Labour 842; Lib Dem 1,473; Green 330; Conservatives 2,258.

Conservative candidate Val Townend holds her seat in Baildon Ward.

1:34pm

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1:28pm

Councillor Hawarun Hussain holds on to her Green Party seat in Shipley.

Councillor David Heseltine retains his seat for the Conservatives in Bingley.

Windhill councillor Vanda Greenwood keeps her seat for Labour.

Conservative Michael Ellis retains his seat in Bingley Rural.

And Gerry Barker gets the Wharfedale vote to win a seat on Bradford Council for the Conservatives (former Tory Chris Greaves, who was an independent councillor, did not stand for re-election)

1:16pm

Wharfedale: Conservatives 1,737; Independent 1,017; Green 393; Labour 737; Lib Dem 220

1:06pm

Bingley Rural - Conservative 2,047; UKIP 1,485; Lib Dem 240; Labour 935; Green 405

1:05pm

THE FIRST RESULTS ARE IN!

Windhill - UKIP 1,089; Labour 1,799; Lib Dem 282; Conservatives 467; Green 169

Bingley - UKIP 1,295; Labour 1,302; Lib Dem 213; Conservatives 2,183; Green 452

Shipley - Conservative 805; UKIP 647; Labour 1,048; Green 2,037; Lib Dem 118

12:58pm

This year the count is being held today – the day after polling day – a change to the traditional overnight counts held in Bradford previously. The decision when to hold the count is made by Bradford Council’s chief executive Tony Reeves as returning officer.

Last month the Council’s Conservative and Liberal Democrat groups expressed their disappointment at the arrangement.

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12:28pm Fri 23 May 14

OLDLAD says

After the count, whoever wins, the public voted for them so the public should not complain unless it wasn't their party that won. Will give it 24 hours before the critiscims start. Remember you get what you voted for so get on with it. By the way I didn't vote in the council elections as my party wasn't represented so I have a right to critise those in charge of the council.

12:29pm

The count underway at Bradford's Richard Dunn Sports Centre today

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:28pm

Bradford West MP George Galloway campaigning for Respect candidates in Bradford City Centre yesterday

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12:17pm

The count underway at Bradford's Richard Dunn Sports Centre

12:09pm

The Council consists of 30 electoral wards with three councillors in each ward, giving a total composition of the Council of 90. One seat in each ward was contested in this election. An additional seat was contested in Craven due to the death of Coun Michael Kelly, which created a casual vacancy.

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12:20pm Fri 23 May 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

I doubt UKIP will do well in Bradford. Similar results to London are expected no doubt. Respect who always target a certain vote might get a few councillors whilst most of the outer areas can't be bothered.

Reports of people turning up to vote yesterday and their name had already been crossed off the list. Honestly as always in Bradford.

It's on par with Blackadder the third's rotten borugh in places.

I expect Labour to take control of the council to ensure we have forseeable council tax rises and most waste and parking wardens.

"I vote labour cos my dad did", but what do they offer you? "Not much". Votes through habit rather than merit.

Nothing will ever change with this mentality, just lots of career politicians getting a foot on the ladder.

Paul Flowers drug and **** disgrace cover up doesn't even stop the same old voting the same way, nor does loaning tax payers money to mates to buy sports clubs whilst cutting services.

No wonder Bradford is a shithole.
I doubt UKIP will do well in Bradford. Similar results to London are expected no doubt. Respect who always target a certain vote might get a few councillors whilst most of the outer areas can't be bothered. Reports of people turning up to vote yesterday and their name had already been crossed off the list. Honestly as always in Bradford. It's on par with Blackadder the third's rotten borugh in places. I expect Labour to take control of the council to ensure we have forseeable council tax rises and most waste and parking wardens. "I vote labour cos my dad did", but what do they offer you? "Not much". Votes through habit rather than merit. Nothing will ever change with this mentality, just lots of career politicians getting a foot on the ladder. Paul Flowers drug and **** disgrace cover up doesn't even stop the same old voting the same way, nor does loaning tax payers money to mates to buy sports clubs whilst cutting services. No wonder Bradford is a shithole. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 25

12:28pm Fri 23 May 14

OLDLAD says...

After the count, whoever wins, the public voted for them so the public should not complain unless it wasn't their party that won. Will give it 24 hours before the critiscims start. Remember you get what you voted for so get on with it. By the way I didn't vote in the council elections as my party wasn't represented so I have a right to critise those in charge of the council.
After the count, whoever wins, the public voted for them so the public should not complain unless it wasn't their party that won. Will give it 24 hours before the critiscims start. Remember you get what you voted for so get on with it. By the way I didn't vote in the council elections as my party wasn't represented so I have a right to critise those in charge of the council. OLDLAD
  • Score: -34

2:08pm Fri 23 May 14

alive and awake says...

what an idiot that green is
what an idiot that green is alive and awake
  • Score: 30

2:46pm Fri 23 May 14

Andy2010 says...

who the hell votes for Lib Dem anymore?
who the hell votes for Lib Dem anymore? Andy2010
  • Score: 13

3:22pm Fri 23 May 14

MarkPullen says...

I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems!

I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads.

He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant.

I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger?

I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault.

Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham?

I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing.

Happy days are here again!!!!
I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems! I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads. He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant. I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger? I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault. Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham? I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing. Happy days are here again!!!! MarkPullen
  • Score: 2

3:36pm Fri 23 May 14

Farsley Bantam says...

Andy2010 wrote:
who the hell votes for Lib Dem anymore?
I was thinking that. They seem to be doing quite well in Bradford despite absolutely bombing everywhere else. Everyone else in the country has seen them for what they are but it would take Bradford a few years to latch on.
Also, who the hell votes Labour?
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: who the hell votes for Lib Dem anymore?[/p][/quote]I was thinking that. They seem to be doing quite well in Bradford despite absolutely bombing everywhere else. Everyone else in the country has seen them for what they are but it would take Bradford a few years to latch on. Also, who the hell votes Labour? Farsley Bantam
  • Score: 5

3:52pm Fri 23 May 14

Farsley Bantam says...

MarkPullen wrote:
I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems! I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads. He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant. I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger? I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault. Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham? I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing. Happy days are here again!!!!
Apart from you nobody cares!
Has Paul Latham slept with your wife or something?
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems! I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads. He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant. I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger? I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault. Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham? I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing. Happy days are here again!!!![/p][/quote]Apart from you nobody cares! Has Paul Latham slept with your wife or something? Farsley Bantam
  • Score: 16

3:55pm Fri 23 May 14

MarkPullen says...

Farsley Bantam wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems! I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads. He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant. I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger? I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault. Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham? I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing. Happy days are here again!!!!
Apart from you nobody cares!
Has Paul Latham slept with your wife or something?
You cared enough to comment - thanks :-)
[quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems! I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads. He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant. I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger? I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault. Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham? I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing. Happy days are here again!!!![/p][/quote]Apart from you nobody cares! Has Paul Latham slept with your wife or something?[/p][/quote]You cared enough to comment - thanks :-) MarkPullen
  • Score: -6

4:07pm Fri 23 May 14

sorrow&anger says...

I see Imdad Hussain, who we were discussing earlier in the week until the T&A pulled the plug, has been defeated. Does anybody know anything more about the drugs and guns allegations?
I see Imdad Hussain, who we were discussing earlier in the week until the T&A pulled the plug, has been defeated. Does anybody know anything more about the drugs and guns allegations? sorrow&anger
  • Score: 15

4:26pm Fri 23 May 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls.

Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.
So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls. Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 5

5:05pm Fri 23 May 14

sorrow&anger says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls.

Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.
Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls. Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.[/p][/quote]Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant. sorrow&anger
  • Score: 7

5:11pm Fri 23 May 14

MarkPullen says...

sorrow&anger wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls.

Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.
Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.
Labour have managed 46 seats and therefore hold the majority and taken overall control.

If you tried to predict their success based on feedback from the comments pages of the T&A you would have expected them to have dropped seats - instead they gained.

Strange but reflects that so many of the electorate either don't agree with the anti-Labour stance or don't read these pages.
[quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls. Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.[/p][/quote]Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.[/p][/quote]Labour have managed 46 seats and therefore hold the majority and taken overall control. If you tried to predict their success based on feedback from the comments pages of the T&A you would have expected them to have dropped seats - instead they gained. Strange but reflects that so many of the electorate either don't agree with the anti-Labour stance or don't read these pages. MarkPullen
  • Score: 7

5:11pm Fri 23 May 14

sorrow&anger says...

sorrow&anger wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls.

Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.
Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.
Sorry correct that. Labour will just have a majority. The point remains though, they should have done much, much, better and that is a reflection of their past stewardship and high handed ways. This result will unfortunately change nothing. Bradford will continue to decline.
[quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls. Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.[/p][/quote]Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.[/p][/quote]Sorry correct that. Labour will just have a majority. The point remains though, they should have done much, much, better and that is a reflection of their past stewardship and high handed ways. This result will unfortunately change nothing. Bradford will continue to decline. sorrow&anger
  • Score: 10

5:56pm Fri 23 May 14

Not so simple says...

sorrow&anger wrote:
I see Imdad Hussain, who we were discussing earlier in the week until the T&A pulled the plug, has been defeated. Does anybody know anything more about the drugs and guns allegations?
I recall the post by someone called Raj.

No idea about the guns and drugs allegations but they were serious enough for the proactive editors at the T&A to remove the comments.

I would urge people who are aware of any public official doing something wrong, to come forward and name and shame these corrupt people.

Would be interesting to learn more of this Imdad chap. Then again it would make great reading and a real eye opener to learn about the rest of the candidates and politicians also.
[quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: I see Imdad Hussain, who we were discussing earlier in the week until the T&A pulled the plug, has been defeated. Does anybody know anything more about the drugs and guns allegations?[/p][/quote]I recall the post by someone called Raj. No idea about the guns and drugs allegations but they were serious enough for the proactive editors at the T&A to remove the comments. I would urge people who are aware of any public official doing something wrong, to come forward and name and shame these corrupt people. Would be interesting to learn more of this Imdad chap. Then again it would make great reading and a real eye opener to learn about the rest of the candidates and politicians also. Not so simple
  • Score: 8

5:57pm Fri 23 May 14

Not so simple says...

Not so simple wrote:
sorrow&anger wrote:
I see Imdad Hussain, who we were discussing earlier in the week until the T&A pulled the plug, has been defeated. Does anybody know anything more about the drugs and guns allegations?
I recall the post by someone called Raj.

No idea about the guns and drugs allegations but they were serious enough for the proactive editors at the T&A to remove the comments.

I would urge people who are aware of any public official doing something wrong, to come forward and name and shame these corrupt people.

Would be interesting to learn more of this Imdad chap. Then again it would make great reading and a real eye opener to learn about the rest of the candidates and politicians also.
When I say called Raj, I mean username Raj something or another .
[quote][p][bold]Not so simple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: I see Imdad Hussain, who we were discussing earlier in the week until the T&A pulled the plug, has been defeated. Does anybody know anything more about the drugs and guns allegations?[/p][/quote]I recall the post by someone called Raj. No idea about the guns and drugs allegations but they were serious enough for the proactive editors at the T&A to remove the comments. I would urge people who are aware of any public official doing something wrong, to come forward and name and shame these corrupt people. Would be interesting to learn more of this Imdad chap. Then again it would make great reading and a real eye opener to learn about the rest of the candidates and politicians also.[/p][/quote]When I say called Raj, I mean username Raj something or another . Not so simple
  • Score: 3

6:00pm Fri 23 May 14

Not so simple says...

Now let's see what labour can do with a city hall controlled by them: they cannot blame other parties for slowing their 'good work'

I just hope these results are good for the city, if it's not then the poor uneducated electorate are to blame again aren't they?
Now let's see what labour can do with a city hall controlled by them: they cannot blame other parties for slowing their 'good work' I just hope these results are good for the city, if it's not then the poor uneducated electorate are to blame again aren't they? Not so simple
  • Score: 4

6:24pm Fri 23 May 14

allinittogether says...

sorrow&anger wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls.

Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.
Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.
Anti-immigrant, anti-poor, anti-disabled, anti-gay, anti-NHS in fact anti anything that doesn't line their own pockets.
Is it any wonder they are known as the Nasty Party?
Roll on May 2015.
[quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls. Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.[/p][/quote]Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.[/p][/quote]Anti-immigrant, anti-poor, anti-disabled, anti-gay, anti-NHS in fact anti anything that doesn't line their own pockets. Is it any wonder they are known as the Nasty Party? Roll on May 2015. allinittogether
  • Score: -5

6:59pm Fri 23 May 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

allinittogether wrote:
sorrow&anger wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls.

Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.
Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.
Anti-immigrant, anti-poor, anti-disabled, anti-gay, anti-NHS in fact anti anything that doesn't line their own pockets.
Is it any wonder they are known as the Nasty Party?
Roll on May 2015.
The nasty party that took decisions Labour would never have done to try get this country right.
Seems idiots forget the mess Labour left the country in.
[quote][p][bold]allinittogether[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls. Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.[/p][/quote]Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.[/p][/quote]Anti-immigrant, anti-poor, anti-disabled, anti-gay, anti-NHS in fact anti anything that doesn't line their own pockets. Is it any wonder they are known as the Nasty Party? Roll on May 2015.[/p][/quote]The nasty party that took decisions Labour would never have done to try get this country right. Seems idiots forget the mess Labour left the country in. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 8

7:08pm Fri 23 May 14

samuels david says...

That the UKIP Clown has been elected is funny, because Graham Mitchell will not now be a happy bunny.

That that the clown has convinced the public he would make a good District Councillor I would think make his 'hissyfit' boss, Graham Mitchell mad with envy, and will will not like it one little bit.

That the Clown is one from the low orders and in spite of himself , has the ability to Lord it overour Graham, will not be appreicated one bit, and so Graham will find a way of getting rid of him,

So people of Keighley, good can come from bad and proves what goes round comes round, as now all Graham Mitchell has left in Council to defend him is the honourable (Convicted thief) Mick Westerman,
Ex Sergeant Corkindale and the Graham Mitchell troop of the his old guard, who now all be ordered to start kicking above their weight, for and on behalf of the orator of Oakworth.

David ,
That the UKIP Clown has been elected is funny, because Graham Mitchell will not now be a happy bunny. That that the clown has convinced the public he would make a good District Councillor I would think make his 'hissyfit' boss, Graham Mitchell mad with envy, and will will not like it one little bit. That the Clown is one from the low orders and in spite of himself , has the ability to Lord it overour Graham, will not be appreicated one bit, and so Graham will find a way of getting rid of him, So people of Keighley, good can come from bad and proves what goes round comes round, as now all Graham Mitchell has left in Council to defend him is the honourable (Convicted thief) Mick Westerman, Ex Sergeant Corkindale and the Graham Mitchell troop of the his old guard, who now all be ordered to start kicking above their weight, for and on behalf of the orator of Oakworth. David , samuels david
  • Score: 5

9:01pm Fri 23 May 14

allinittogether says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
allinittogether wrote:
sorrow&anger wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls.

Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.
Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.
Anti-immigrant, anti-poor, anti-disabled, anti-gay, anti-NHS in fact anti anything that doesn't line their own pockets.
Is it any wonder they are known as the Nasty Party?
Roll on May 2015.
The nasty party that took decisions Labour would never have done to try get this country right.
Seems idiots forget the mess Labour left the country in.
No a mess that out of control multi-national corporate financial services companies created. You know, the ones that the Nasty Party continue to line the pockets of.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]allinittogether[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So have Labour scraped a total of two extra seats out of today at a time where the Tory and Lib Dems have bombed in the polls. Hardly anything for them to celebrate on that basis. If anythng UKIP's vote in many safe Labour seats shows people are disenchanted.[/p][/quote]Good point. The Council will still be hung. Labour's poor showing is a direct result their inability to get to grips with any of Bradford's problems and the high handed way in which they disregard their citizens. People are just fed up with the Labour machine but won't vote Tory because they're seen as anti- immigrant.[/p][/quote]Anti-immigrant, anti-poor, anti-disabled, anti-gay, anti-NHS in fact anti anything that doesn't line their own pockets. Is it any wonder they are known as the Nasty Party? Roll on May 2015.[/p][/quote]The nasty party that took decisions Labour would never have done to try get this country right. Seems idiots forget the mess Labour left the country in.[/p][/quote]No a mess that out of control multi-national corporate financial services companies created. You know, the ones that the Nasty Party continue to line the pockets of. allinittogether
  • Score: -5

9:15pm Fri 23 May 14

Little Green Man says...

samuels david wrote:
That the UKIP Clown has been elected is funny, because Graham Mitchell will not now be a happy bunny.

That that the clown has convinced the public he would make a good District Councillor I would think make his 'hissyfit' boss, Graham Mitchell mad with envy, and will will not like it one little bit.

That the Clown is one from the low orders and in spite of himself , has the ability to Lord it overour Graham, will not be appreicated one bit, and so Graham will find a way of getting rid of him,

So people of Keighley, good can come from bad and proves what goes round comes round, as now all Graham Mitchell has left in Council to defend him is the honourable (Convicted thief) Mick Westerman,
Ex Sergeant Corkindale and the Graham Mitchell troop of the his old guard, who now all be ordered to start kicking above their weight, for and on behalf of the orator of Oakworth.

David ,
Now now Dave, no need to be so bitter!
[quote][p][bold]samuels david[/bold] wrote: That the UKIP Clown has been elected is funny, because Graham Mitchell will not now be a happy bunny. That that the clown has convinced the public he would make a good District Councillor I would think make his 'hissyfit' boss, Graham Mitchell mad with envy, and will will not like it one little bit. That the Clown is one from the low orders and in spite of himself , has the ability to Lord it overour Graham, will not be appreicated one bit, and so Graham will find a way of getting rid of him, So people of Keighley, good can come from bad and proves what goes round comes round, as now all Graham Mitchell has left in Council to defend him is the honourable (Convicted thief) Mick Westerman, Ex Sergeant Corkindale and the Graham Mitchell troop of the his old guard, who now all be ordered to start kicking above their weight, for and on behalf of the orator of Oakworth. David ,[/p][/quote]Now now Dave, no need to be so bitter! Little Green Man
  • Score: 4

9:16pm Fri 23 May 14

Little Green Man says...

MarkPullen wrote:
I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems!

I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads.

He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant.

I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger?

I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault.

Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham?

I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing.

Happy days are here again!!!!
Nice to see your not in any way gloating over your friends defeat Mark :P
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems! I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads. He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant. I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger? I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault. Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham? I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing. Happy days are here again!!!![/p][/quote]Nice to see your not in any way gloating over your friends defeat Mark :P Little Green Man
  • Score: 5

9:30pm Fri 23 May 14

MarkPullen says...

Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems!

I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads.

He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant.

I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger?

I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault.

Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham?

I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing.

Happy days are here again!!!!
Nice to see your not in any way gloating over your friends defeat Mark :P
I wouldn't be surprised if even he was shocked at the number he received....I bet he wasn't expecting to get over 200.

So....let's look forward to his attempt to fail in May 2015 when trying for the constituency!
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems! I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads. He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant. I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger? I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault. Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham? I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing. Happy days are here again!!!![/p][/quote]Nice to see your not in any way gloating over your friends defeat Mark :P[/p][/quote]I wouldn't be surprised if even he was shocked at the number he received....I bet he wasn't expecting to get over 200. So....let's look forward to his attempt to fail in May 2015 when trying for the constituency! MarkPullen
  • Score: 2

8:35am Sat 24 May 14

BantamMark says...

Allinittogether - how old are you? Was it just a coincidence the last time labour was in power in the 70's the country was broke? Or was that again the result of so called multi national corporate financial service companies. Labour have a brilliant view spend spend spend the only problem is they need the money to spend first, the Tories were right in the 90's before they got re elected "new labour same danger"
Allinittogether - how old are you? Was it just a coincidence the last time labour was in power in the 70's the country was broke? Or was that again the result of so called multi national corporate financial service companies. Labour have a brilliant view spend spend spend the only problem is they need the money to spend first, the Tories were right in the 90's before they got re elected "new labour same danger" BantamMark
  • Score: 7

4:25pm Sat 24 May 14

allinittogether says...

BantamMark wrote:
Allinittogether - how old are you? Was it just a coincidence the last time labour was in power in the 70's the country was broke? Or was that again the result of so called multi national corporate financial service companies. Labour have a brilliant view spend spend spend the only problem is they need the money to spend first, the Tories were right in the 90's before they got re elected "new labour same danger"
I'm old enough to have seen Thatcher's idealogical crackdown decimate the coal industry, the steel industry and our manufacturing base and her "no such thing as society" cause the fractured country we see now.
I'm old enough to have seen the Tory sell off of the utilities that are now ripping us off and I've seen the current bunch sell off Royal Mail cheaply to their cronies in the City.
[quote][p][bold]BantamMark[/bold] wrote: Allinittogether - how old are you? Was it just a coincidence the last time labour was in power in the 70's the country was broke? Or was that again the result of so called multi national corporate financial service companies. Labour have a brilliant view spend spend spend the only problem is they need the money to spend first, the Tories were right in the 90's before they got re elected "new labour same danger"[/p][/quote]I'm old enough to have seen Thatcher's idealogical crackdown decimate the coal industry, the steel industry and our manufacturing base and her "no such thing as society" cause the fractured country we see now. I'm old enough to have seen the Tory sell off of the utilities that are now ripping us off and I've seen the current bunch sell off Royal Mail cheaply to their cronies in the City. allinittogether
  • Score: -3

1:35am Sun 25 May 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems!

I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads.

He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant.

I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger?

I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault.

Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham?

I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing.

Happy days are here again!!!!
Nice to see your not in any way gloating over your friends defeat Mark :P
I wouldn't be surprised if even he was shocked at the number he received....I bet he wasn't expecting to get over 200.

So....let's look forward to his attempt to fail in May 2015 when trying for the constituency!
He got 348 votes. He must have a relatively small number of friends and family and the UKIP activists in Ilkley must be just one or two.

Ilkley is prime UKIP territory what with all those retired colonels and Leeds commuters worried about the "wrong sort" of immigrant coming along and buying houses and even using the swimming pool! And Pjl20 gets 348 votes! I think that they've worked him out as some political wannabe and turned their back on him. As the remainder of Keighley will in 2015. Unless Farage takes a detailed look at these results and dumps him.
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: I just had to post after seeing the results for Ilkley - our good friend and strong supporter of fairness, Paul Latham / Plastic Politician / pjl20 - polled a very appropriate 348 votes allowing him to leap down to 5th place behind absolutely everybody else....even the LibDems! I'm glad I brought extra trousers to work today as I've just wet myself with laughter thinking how appropriate it was for this little man to have spouted such rubbish on these threads. He's achieved another notch in his "I failed to be elected" belt and the worry that he might be a force to be reckoned with in May 2015 just disappeared in an instant. I wonder if he'll ever overcome the shame of bucking the national trend by FAILING big time for a UKIP candidate to win or even be a serious challenger? I'm sure that once he creeps out of his potting shed it will be armed with 1001 excuses that it was not his fault. Maybe he has a new nickname - Paul "The Unelectable" Latham? I won't take any of the credit for his failure to even lift his leg onto the first rung - his inability to engage with the public was all his own doing. Happy days are here again!!!![/p][/quote]Nice to see your not in any way gloating over your friends defeat Mark :P[/p][/quote]I wouldn't be surprised if even he was shocked at the number he received....I bet he wasn't expecting to get over 200. So....let's look forward to his attempt to fail in May 2015 when trying for the constituency![/p][/quote]He got 348 votes. He must have a relatively small number of friends and family and the UKIP activists in Ilkley must be just one or two. Ilkley is prime UKIP territory what with all those retired colonels and Leeds commuters worried about the "wrong sort" of immigrant coming along and buying houses and even using the swimming pool! And Pjl20 gets 348 votes! I think that they've worked him out as some political wannabe and turned their back on him. As the remainder of Keighley will in 2015. Unless Farage takes a detailed look at these results and dumps him. Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

1:03pm Sun 25 May 14

the-enforcer says...

I so hope we see some of the visions transpire that alot of the voters are expecting.I say this for the sake of the future of our elected councillors and their prospective future electorates.We seem to have stumbled through pure chance on having a majority labour council.We read many claims on councillors crib sheets about what they have achieved and what they aim to do going forward.All eyes no doubt will be on Bradford let us pull together and make Bradford a better place for our future generations.let us not forget this future generation when westfield is up.we have the council, the new college , the training programmes let us all contribute to making a better future for our new generation by banging on the doors of our elected councillors and not leaving till 4 years from now.
I so hope we see some of the visions transpire that alot of the voters are expecting.I say this for the sake of the future of our elected councillors and their prospective future electorates.We seem to have stumbled through pure chance on having a majority labour council.We read many claims on councillors crib sheets about what they have achieved and what they aim to do going forward.All eyes no doubt will be on Bradford let us pull together and make Bradford a better place for our future generations.let us not forget this future generation when westfield is up.we have the council, the new college , the training programmes let us all contribute to making a better future for our new generation by banging on the doors of our elected councillors and not leaving till 4 years from now. the-enforcer
  • Score: 2

4:32pm Sun 25 May 14

steeton stallion says...

Well it looks like it's all done and dusted. Some of the so called councillors who thought they only had to turn up to be re-elected got a bit of a shock. Those who worked for their constituents got voted back in and those, like one who sat on planning panels and then admitted that he ignored the views of his local objectors got the order of the boot and not before time. Local elections should be about local issues and doing what is best for the local community but too many councillors get full of their own importance and tend to ignore the views and wishes of local people and do their own thing.
Well it looks like it's all done and dusted. Some of the so called councillors who thought they only had to turn up to be re-elected got a bit of a shock. Those who worked for their constituents got voted back in and those, like one who sat on planning panels and then admitted that he ignored the views of his local objectors got the order of the boot and not before time. Local elections should be about local issues and doing what is best for the local community but too many councillors get full of their own importance and tend to ignore the views and wishes of local people and do their own thing. steeton stallion
  • Score: 4

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