Conservatives win 51 seats in Bromley election

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 May 2014 | UPDATED: 09:16 29 May 2014

Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Archive

Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Archive

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The Conservatives have won 51 out of 60 seats, retaining their majority on Bromley Council, following the local election on May 22.

Labour won seven seats and UKIP won two.

Despite losing a seat in Clock House to Labour and two seats in Cray Valley West to UKIP the Conservatives held in wards including Biggin Hill, Bickley, Bromley Common and Keston and Chislehurst and Pratts Bottom.

They gained a seat in Cray Valley East at the expense of the Liberal Democrats who have now lost all four of their seats.

Labour won two seats in Crystal Palace and also in Clock House, one from the Conservatives and one from the Lib dems.

They held all three seats in Penge & Cator Ward.

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