The final result of the local elections in the Anglia region has seen a small cut in the Conservative majority on Epping Forest Council in Essex.
Although voters went to the polls on Thursday, the votes in Epping Forest were only counted on Saturday morning.
The Conservatives made a net loss of two seat cutting their overall majority to 14. There were gains for the Green Party and a local residents group.
Epping Forest has had a Tory majority since 2007 although before that it was a hung council for many years.
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