Election breakdown

Today 181 councils had their elections.
Not surprisingly Labour has gained the most councillors and gained control of 32 councils.
Conservative lost 12 councils and 406 councillors.
Lib Dems lost 1 council and 335 councillors.

Now the biggest winners from the rest were Ukip with 9 councillors, many second and third places.
English Democrats lost their councillors and got less votes than previous years.
Although Steve Morris gained as did his wife Val, well done to them.

The political guru Eddy Butler came last with 97 votes:

Loughton Fairmead – results
Election Candidate Party Votes %
David Wixley Loughton Residents Association 428 54% Elected
Stephen William Barnes Labour 155 20% Not elected
Iqbal Singh Kalkat Conservative 114 14% Not elected
Edward Mark Butler The English Democrats 97 12% Not elected

Robin Tilbrook came second but the results were abysmal in all honesty for getting less than butler and only 1% more ( allegedly it was his brethren from the local masons voting for him):

High Ongar, Willingale and the Rodings – results

Election      Candidate                   Party                      Votes %
Councillor Maggie McEwen Conservative 345 70% Elected
Robin Charles William Tilbrook The English Democrats 63 13% Not elected
Lewis Alfred Montlake Labour 51 10% Not elected
Jeremy Nicholas Barnecutt Green Party 31 6% Not elected

Here is the full run down. More blogs to come.

Party Councils Councillors
Total +/- Total +/-
Labour 75 +32 2158 +823
Conservative 42 -12 999 -406
Liberal Democrat 6 -1 425 -335
Scottish National Party 2 +2 424 +57
Plaid Cymru 0 -1 158 -41
Green 0 0 40 +11
Residents Association 0 0 21 +5
UK Independence Party 0 0 9 0
Independent Community and Health Concern 0 0 5 +3
Respect 0 0 5 +5
Liberal 0 0 4 -6
Scottish Socialist Party 0 0 1 0
Independent 5 -2 0 0
British National Party 0 0 0 -6
English Democrats 0 0 0 -2
Socialist 0 0 0 0
Others 0 0 596 -143
No Overall Control 51 -18
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I am and Englishman who is fed up with the way the Government and others treats the people of England

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