Labour activists at Amber Valley saying it could be as close as 2010 when two recounts were necessary.
Labour sources say they are ahead in the count in the marginal seat of Gedling, where Labour shadow defence spokesman Vernon Coaker had a 1,859 majority over the Conservatives in the 2010 election.
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Following on from the launch of the 'Stay Warm and Healthy in Derby' project, where Derby City Council are working in unison with AgeUK and the NHS, Gedling Borough Council in Nottingham has come forward with a similar scheme of its own.
A free oil-filled radiator service is being offered there to people most in need.
Part of Nottingham City Council's 'Keep Warm this Winter' campaign, the scheme aims to help elderly people, along with the disabled, those with long-term health issues and low-income families.
An elderly couple from Nottinghamshire are recovering at home after being bitten by what experts are calling ‘a cousin’ of Britain’s most venomous spider, the false widow.
Eddie and Bernice Kozlowski, who lived in Australia for 18 years, managed to catch the spider in their Gedling home on Sunday before it was sent to Nottingham Trent University to be analysed by experts today.
The couple have both suffered bites in the last three weeks, with Mr Kozlowski being bitten on his right arm. The two now have swelling and soreness and Mr Kozlowski says the pain after the bite was so severe he was unable to sleep.
The arachnid, believed to be a relative of the false widow (also known as steatoda bipunctata), is usually found in outbuildings but was captured by the pair down the side of their stairs.
Vernon Coaker the Labour MP for Gedling has been appointed as Shadow Defence Secretary in Ed Miliband's reshuffle
A man who died after being stabbed in Gedling in Nottinghamshire has been formally identified.
22-year-old Joshua Strumskyte was attacked in Wollaton Avenue just before 10.45pm on Tuesday evening.
Two men aged 18 and 19 who have been arrested in connection with the murder are continuing to help police with their inquiries.
A 17-year-old boy, who was arrested in connection with the incident, has been released on bail.
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