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Tories gain 13 at changed Dacorum
The Conservatives made a net gain of 13 seats on Dacorum District Council after taking 12 from Labour and two from the Liberal Democrats in this year's poll.

But boundary changes resulted in one ward disappearing and there was some reorganisation.

The council based around Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire now has a Tory administration 44 members strong.

There are five Liberal Democrats and two Labour members making up the opposition.




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