The Conservatives come to a deal in Moray – but miss out in Cornwall and Dumfries and Galloway.
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Labour’s deal with the LibDems to introduce STV to Scotland’s local elections has led to instability, confusion and a bad deal for the taxpayer.
The message should not be to deny the risk of Corbyn Government is low – but to insist that however low the risk it is still irresponsible to Vote Labour.
The Common Fisheries Policy has been a disaster.
A gradual change will make it less contentious.
This pledge follows alarming evidence that democracy was undermined in Tower Hamlets.
A victory for Create Streets which has been making the case that beauty matters and that high density does not need to mean high rise.
The Party will also be sharing power in a number of Scottish local authorities.
There will probably be a majority in the new House of Commons to repeal the ban – despite the SNP’s mischief.
Last time there was a Labour majority of 7,183.
Perhaps there are lessons from Andy Street’s victory in the West Midlands.
Karen Lumley won a majority of 7,054 for the Conservatives last time.
Net gains for the Conservatives in England 319 seats, net Labour losses 142, net UKIP loses 137, net Lib Dem losses 28.
Last time UKIP denied the Conservatives outright victories in Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, East Sussex. Lincolnshire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire.
The Lib Dems will gain seats, but gaining councils is another matter.