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The Conservatives have been dealt a blow in Oxfordshire, losing outright control of the county council.
The Tories, taking 34% of the vote, fell one short of the 32 seats needed to maintain control of the authority, which they have held since 2005.
Labour finished with 15 seats - including one in Tory heartland, within Prime Minister David Cameron's constituency - while the Liberal Democrats took 11.
Both secured 16% of the vote - alongside Ukip, who failed to win a single seat
Councillor Ian Hudspeth, leader of the council, gives his reaction to the result and the prospect of organising a coalition.
The Conservatives have lost overall control in Oxfordshire. The final results are as follows:
- Conservatives 31
- Labour 15
- Lib Dems 11
- Independents 4
- Green 2
The Conservatives have lost overall control in Oxfordshire. More folllows
UKIP's Chris Adams is in a buoyant mood after his party won six seats on Buckinghamshire County Council. Watch the full clip to see him channel PJ and Duncan's Let's Get Ready To Rumble.
The Conservatives have retained overall control of Buckinghamshire County Council. The UK Independence Party are now the second largest party on the council, winning a total of six seats.
Turnout at Oxfordshire County Council elections was 31.87%, down from 38% in 2009.
Susan Brown wins Churchill ward with 555 votes. Michele Paule wins Rose Hill and Iffley with 735.