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Elections to Fife Council were held on 3 May 2012, the same day as the other Scottish local government elections.

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  • Elections to Fife Council were held on 3 May 2012, the same day as the other Scottish local government elections.
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  • Elections to Fife Council were held on 3 May 2012, the same day as the other Scottish local government elections. The election used the 23 wards created as a result of the Local Governance (Scotland) Act 2004, with each ward electing three or four Councillors using the single transferable vote system a form of proportional representation, with 78 Councillors elected.The biggest benefactors were the Labour party who regained the 11 seats they had lost in the 2007 Local Elections thus increase its share to remain the largest party. Scottish Liberal Democrats lost over half their seats, with labour picking up most of the seats, while the Scottish National Party increased their representation by 3 seats and remained in second place on the authority. Most of their gains were in the wards of the Fife North East constituency where they had previously only had a single seat. The Independents lost a seat while the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party lost 2 seats. The UK Independence Party lost its only Scottish Councillor who had defected from the Conservatives in 2008.Following the election the Labour Party formed a minority administration with the support of the Independents and the Conservative Party. This replaced the previous SNP - Lib Dem coalition administration.
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  • Fife Council election, 2012
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  • Bob Young
  • Kate Stewart
  • Judy Hamilton
  • Peter Adams
  • Charlie Ross
  • David Alexander
  • Lewis Campbell
  • Ian Crichton
  • David Ross
  • Ian Robertson
  • John Wheatley
  • Henry Paul
  • Margaret Taylor
  • Tony Martin
  • Norman Morrison
  • George Kay
  • Mike Parker
  • Lawrence Brown
  • John Docherty
  • Steve Wood
  • David Graham
  • John O'Brien
  • Frank Wallace
  • Craig Walker
  • Martin Green
  • Edgar Cook
  • Jim Gallagher
  • Ian Dempsey
  • Jim Parker
  • Tom Adams
  • Ian Ferguson
  • Brian Mills
  • Harry Wills
  • Jim Leishman
  • William Ferguson
  • William Campbell
  • Arthur Robertson
  • Peter George
  • Brian Thomson
  • Mark Hood
  • Mike Scott-Hayward
  • Tim Brett
  • Malcolm McDonald
  • Dave Dempsey
  • Elizabeth Riches
  • Jane Ann Liston
  • John Beare
  • John Mainland
  • Kenny Selbie
  • Kris Seunarine
  • Susan Archibald
  • Mike Arthur
  • Donald MacGregor
  • Alex Campbell
  • Matthew Hall
  • Jim Young
  • Pat Callaghan
  • Alice Soper
  • Andrew Rodger
  • Colin Davidson
  • Brian Goodall
  • Len Woods
  • Sharon Wilson
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