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Somerset County Council election, 1977

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Somerset County Council election, 1977

Elections to Somerset County Council were held on Thursday, 5 May 1977, when the whole council of fifty-six members was up for election.

The result was that the Conservatives retained their control, winning forty-four seats, a gain of eight. Independents ended with nine county councillors, a loss of two, and Labour with three, a loss of four, but the Liberals lost both their seats and ended with none.

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Somerset County Council election, 1977 Wikipedia


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