The Liberals have held Southampton Itchen.  But their majority over Socialist Labour is down from 10.7% to 8.6%. Glasgow Cathcart has been retained by the Tories.  However their majority over Socialist Labour is reduced from 22.1% to 11.0%, partly because of new council housing in the city. One hundred seats have now been declared and the state of the parties is as follows: Conservative: 47 seats Liberal: 27 seats Socialist Labour: 26 seats. The Conservatives have gained eleven seats from Liberal and three from Socialist Labour. The Liberals have taken five from Conservative and one from Socialist Labour. Socialist Labour have taken one from Conservative and six from Liberal. Of the new seats declared so far, six have gone Conservative, the Liberals have won two and Socialist Labour three.  This constituency is named for the River Itchen and is in the less affluent eastern half of the city.  This constituency is in the south of the city.