The Conservatives gained a seat from Labour in Coventry. But the Conservatives lost a seat to the Green Party in Wealden.
Free market reforms need to be bold and implemented rapidly if they are to have the best chance of being a proven success by the next General Election.
A sense of proportion and common sense is lacking with development rules concerning the environment. Ministers should accept responsibility.
During the Truss era, the role of Metro Mayors in finding locations for low-regulation investment zones could be significant.
Labour gained two seats from the Conservatives this week. One in Redditch and another in Worcestershire.
There were only two contests this week. The Conservatives held a seat in Colchester. Labour held a seat in North East Derbyshire.
Brenley Corner, Junction 7 on the M2, is already jammed up and the locals don’t want it to be even worse. Who can blame them?
No seats changed hands this week. The Conservatives held seats in North Warwickshire and South Staffordshire.
The Conservatives lost a seat to Labour in Breckland. But the Conservatives held a seat in Warwickshire.
The Conservatives lost a seat to the Green Party in Mole Valley. Labour lost a seat to the Lib Dems in Camden but gained one from an independent in Chesterfield.
The Conservatives lost seats to the Lib Dems in Buckinghamshire and East Riding and to Labour in South Derbyshire.
The Conservatives lost a seat to Labour in Harlow and a seat to the Lib Dems in Waverley.
A box-ticking conformity means that officialdom is content if the process is followed – no matter how drab or expensive the outcome.
The Conservatives held a seat in Rother and gained a seat in Wyre Forest from Health Concern.