Labour’s Paddy Tipping elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Notts
PADDY Tipping has been announced as the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Notts following the elections yesterday (Thursday 15th November).
The Labour candidate and former Sherwood MP won 42 per cent of the votes in Bassetlaw, winning 5,082 votes against 2,189 for Conservative opponent Tony Roberts.
Independent candidates Malcolm Spencer and Raj Chandran gained 2,415 and 2,320 votes respectively.
For the full reaction to the result, see next week’s Worksop Guardian - out on Friday 23rd November.