A Blow To The Ruling Party In England’s Local Elections

The ruling party suffered a setback in the local elections in England.

According to foreign media, the control of the Labor Party in the local elections has been strengthened with 4 additional seats and the number of Labor in the Council 90 House has increased to 56.

According to media reports, the Lib Dems have dropped from third to fourth in the council after losing one seat, in Manchester the Labor Party lost three seats while the Lib Dems gained two more seats.

The Green Party picked up another seat, Labor now has a total of 88 seats, while the Tories were swept out of Bradford’s urban constituency.

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