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East Hertfordshire has been held by the Conservatives but the Liberal Democrats have gained five seats.
Both the Green Party and the Labour Party gained seats too.
The Conservatives held South Holland, but with a reduced majority.
The Conservatives lost Welwyn Hatfield. The council had been under Tory control for 17 years.
Labour have held their majority in Luton while the Liberal Democrats made significant gains.
Meanwhile the Conservatives lost a seat and now only hold four within the council.
Labour have held onto their majority in Cambridge while the Liberal Democrats gained 2 seats.
Labour have run the council since 2014, before that the Liberal Democrats had power from 2000.
Labour increased their majority over Ipswich Council making two gains. The Conservatives lost three seats.
The Conservatives have had their majority slashed in Maldon as the Independents had a night to remember gaining 10 seats.
It means that the Tories now have a majority of just one.
There has been no change in Colchester with the council having No Overall Control.
The Conservatives remain the largest party but lost two seats on the night.
There were small gains for the Liberal Democrats and Green Party.
The Conservatives lost St Albans, a council which the Tories took control of in 2015. The Lib Dems are now the largest party on the council, which they last held between 2008 and 2011.
The Conservatives have had a night to forget in Southend losing eight seats and also their majority in the process.
Both Labour and the Liberal Democrats made gains.
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