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Labour 48, UKIP 14 Independent 1
Anston and Woodsetts
Brinsworth and Catcliffe
Labour retain control of Rotherham Borough Council
VOTERS kept Labour in power at Rotherham Borough Council after an all-out election called after the party’s previous regime was severely criticised and control was taken over by Westminster.
Candidates sporting red rosettes won 48 of the 63 seats up for grabs in the town hall council chamber.
UKIP remains the borough’s main opposition with 14 councillors, while Clive Jepson regained his seat in the Anston and Woodsetts ward and the Tories were wiped out, with Mayor-elect Chris Middleton losing out.
Election 2016: Labour holds Rotherham and Sheffield councils
Labour has retained control of both Rotherham and Sheffield Councils.
The party took 48 of the 63 seats up for grabs in Rotherham in the first election since the authority was put under government control in 2015.
Meanwhile, in Sheffield, Labour has so far secured 56 of the 84 seats to give it an unassailable majority, with the Lib Dems taking 20 seats.
In Barnsley Labour took 19 of the 21 seats with the Barnsley Independent Group claiming the remaining two.
In Rotherham, UKIP gained two seats to take their total to 14, though group leader Caven Vines lost his seat in Rawmarsh.