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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (November 2010) Results by borough Local government elections took place in London on November 1, 1906. All council seats in all twenty-eight metropolitan boroughs were up for election. The results were a landslide victory for the Conservatives, who stood as Municipal Reformers. Prior to the election, a central Municipal Reform Committee had been formed in September 1906, and the new organisation absorbed the former Moderate Party, who formed the opposition to the Progressives on the county council, as well as groups on the borough councils that opposed what they termed the "Progressive-Socialist Party".[1] The Municipal Reformers won 22 boroughs. This compared to three for the Liberals, who stood as Progressives, two for Independents and the nascent Labour Party losing its only borough, Woolwich. Political control Summary of council election results:[2] Previous control New control Municipal Reform Progressive Labour and Socialist Independent Battersea Progressive Progressive 25 29 - - Bermondsey Moderate Municipal Reform 32 20 2 - Bethnal Green Progressive Progressive - 30 - - Camberwell Progressive Municipal Reform 43 11 - 6 Chelsea Moderate Municipal Reform 33 3 - - Deptford Progressive/Labour Municipal Reform 30 1 - 5 Finsbury Progressive Municipal Reform 34 13 1 6 Fulham Progressive/Labour Municipal Reform 36 - - - Greenwich Progressive/Independent Municipal Reform 20 5 - 5 Hackney Progressive Progressive/Independent 18 22 - 20 Hammersmith Moderate Progressive 15 19 1 1 Hampstead Independent Independent - - - 42 Holborn Moderate Municipal Reform 37 4 - 1 Islington Progressive Municipal Reform 58 2 - - Kensington Moderate Municipal Reform 43 5 6 6 Lambeth Moderate Municipal Reform 55 4 1 - Lewisham Progressive Municipal Reform 42 - - - Paddington Moderate Municipal Reform 49 7 - 4 Poplar Progressive/Labour Municipal Reform 22 9 9 2 St. Marylebone Moderate Municipal Reform 51 5 - 4 St. Pancras Progressive Municipal Reform 48 10 2 - Shoreditch Moderate Municipal Reform 31 9 2 - Southwark Progressive Municipal Reform 32 27 1 - Stepney Progressive/Independent Municipal Reform 42 14 - 4 Stoke Newington Independent Independent - - - 30 Wandsworth Moderate Municipal Reform 58 - - 2 Westminster Moderate Municipal Reform 53 5 2 - Woolwich Labour Municipal Reform 22 - 13 1 References ^ London Borough Council elections, The Times, September 26, 1906 ^ Pethick Lawrence, Frederick; Edwards, Joseph (1907). The Reformers’ Year Book, 1907. London, Manchester and Reddish: Taylor, Garnett, Evans and Co..