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The Conservatives have lost overall control of North Hertfordshire District Council.
The Tories lost six seats with both the Liberal Democrats and Labour making gains.
The Lib Dems gained four seats, while Labour claimed an extra two.
The Conservatives have clung on to control of East Cambridgeshire District Council - but only just.
With boundary changes and a Liberal Democrat surge, the Tories lost 20 seats and saw their majority reduced to just two.
The Lib Dems gained 10 seats.
The new council of West Suffolk remains in Conservative control with a secure majority after its first set of local elections.
The council was formed by the merger of Forest Health Council which covered Mildenhall and Newmarket and St Edmundsbury Council centred on the cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds.
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The Conservatives have kept control South Kesteven despite losing four seats.
The Liberal Democrats and Independents both made gains.
The Conservatives have lost their majority in Tendring after an awful night.
They lost 17 seats while the Independents, Labour and Liberal Democrats all gained.
Despite losing 12 seats the Conservatives have kept power in Dacorum while the Liberal Democrats are by far the second biggest party gaining 14 seats overnight.
The Liberal Democrats have taken control in Chelmsford after a remarkable swing.
They gained 26 seats while the Conservatives lost 31 on what has been a great day for the Lib Dems.
The Independents gained five.
There has been no change in Rochford as the Conservatives hold their majority.
The Conservatives have held Braintree despite losing seats while the Green Party will be happy with their night gaining five seats to become the second largest party.
Labour now only hold two seats having lost two this time around.
The Liberal Democrats had a huge night in North Norfolk, they gained 11 seats to win the council back from No Overall Control.
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