Council leader “Taking stock” after Labour lose control of Thurrock Council

THURROCK Council leader, John Kent is not a man to make rash decisions and so it is clear that he will take time to analyse what happened in the Thurrock Council elections of 2014.

Labour lost seats in Belhus, Stifford Clays and saw UKIP win five seats across the borough. It means that Labour no longer have overall control of Thurrock Council.

In the early hours, YT spoke to cllr Kent in order to assess how he saw the political landscape of Thurrock mapping out.

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