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ELECTIONS 2004: LEEDS DEAL AGREED FOR OPPOSITION TO TAKE OVER FROM LABOUR

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PRESS STATEMENT FROM LIBERAL DEMOCRAT, CONSERVATIVE AND GREEN GROUPS, LEEDS ...
PRESS STATEMENT FROM LIBERAL DEMOCRAT, CONSERVATIVE AND GREEN GROUPS, LEEDS

CITY COUNCIL

The Liberal Democrat, Conservative and Green groups have agreed to form a

joint administration on Leeds City Council for the next two years. Party

leaders are now working on the detail which will be announced in due

course.

Mark Harris (Liberal Democrats), Andrew Carter (Conservatives) and David Blackburn (Greens) said:

'This represents a new start for the city of Leeds in accordance with

the election results and we are confident that we will deliver

significant improvements for all the people of Leeds.'

This follows all-out elections at Leeds City Council on 10 June.

The results were:

- Labour have 40 seats (previously 52)

- The Liberal Democrats have 26 (previously 20)

- Conservatives 24 (previously 22)

- Morley Borough Independents 6 (previously 2)

- Green Party 3 (previously 3)

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