Local Election: Gains for Labour in East
4 May 2012, 06:00 | Updated: 4 May 2012, 06:46
It has been a good night for Labour in the local council elections in Suffolk and Norfolk.
There were three areas in East Anglia that were up for election:
In Ipswich there was no change as they held on to power and took seats off the other parties, as the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives dropped a total of four seats.
Labour 66.7% 32 seats +4
Conservative 25%1 2s eats -3
Liberal Democrat 8.3% 4 seats -1
In Norwich Labour took overall control of the council with the Greens making a strong showing in second place. The Tories dropped two seats.
Labour 53.8% 21 seats +3
Green 38.5% 15 seats No change
Liberal Democrat 7.7% 3 seats -1
Conservative 0% 0 seats -2
In Great yarmouth Labour took control of the council off the Tories. They gained five seats in total with four of them off the Conservatives.
Labour 53.8% 21 seats +5
Conservative 46.2% 18 seats -4
Others 0% 0 seats -1