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Enfield election mirrors London trend

by James Renoux-Wood Wed 28 May 2014, 4:23 pm

The Labour Party has increased its number of seats on the council following the UK's local election vote, which saw the party gain seats in the capital.

It now holds 41 seats to the Conservative Party’s 22 – an increased majority following 2010’s results, which gave Labour a majority of 36 seats to the Conservative’s 27.

The majority group's nominations for cabinet portfolios will now be put forward at the annual council meeting on 11 June.

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