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Tories increase Maldon majority

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  Councillors Councils
Party +/- Total +/- Total
After 312 of 312 councils.
CON 911 5315 39 165
LAB -505 1877 -8 34
LD -246 2171 -4 23
OTH -162 1112 0 5
NOC - - -27 85

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Conservatives have increased their majority at Maldon District Council in Essex at the expense of Labour and independents.

The Tories took five seats on the council, two from Labour and three from independents.

Conservatives have been in power since 1999. Before that no party had overall control.

The area is represented by Tory John Whittingdale, MP for Maldon and Chelmsford East.

He had a 12,573 majority at the last election.


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