The Conservatives lost seats to Labour in Allerdale and North Warwickshire and to the Lib Dems in Teignbridge and Suffolk.
The Government must accept the financial consequences of the rules that are imposed.
We have an excellent police force but there are serious resource constraints.
Local Enterprise Partnerships have shown how business can prompt local authorities to speed up decision making.
Meanwhile, Labour’s non-ideological local leaders are at odds with Corbyn.
We must ensure that those in need of help get the right support from the appropriate service.
The Conservatives held a seat in East Hertfordshire.
Brexit shows that we ignore local identity and what matters most to local communities at our peril.
This transport scheme is an opportunity for growth and prosperity across London and the South East.
Councils in the UK took in more than 4,000 unaccompanied children last year – but France should take responsibility for those in Calais.
Let’s have annual statements of policy goals for the next five years – they should run to no more than a dozen sides of A4.
The Left’s claims to favour an alternative path to academic excellence lack credibility.
The Lib Dems gained a seat from Labour in Sheffield.
We will work with Teach First to turn the Island into a beacon of national excellence in teacher training and career development.
Boosting small firms offers an opportunity for poorer boroughs.