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No overall control for Stockton

Stockton Council remains under no overall control after the local elections, though Labour was the authority's biggest loser.

The party ended up with 22 seats after losing a total of five to the Tories and independent councillors.

The independents, who won four, now have 13 seats - the same amount as the Conservatives, who gained one.

There was no change for the Liberal Democrat councillors, who held on to their eight seats.



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