Buckinghamshire’s Conservative councillors were the big winners today as the results of the county council elections were revealed.

The Conservatives increased their majority from 36 to 41 in this year’s Bucks County Council elections, while UKIP lost all five of their seats.

AS IT HAPPENED: Read our live blog from today’s election count to see all the results, reaction and pictures.

The biggest shock of the day came right at the end of the count, when Tory cabinet member for Education, Zahir Mohammed, lost his Booker, Cressex and Castlefield seat to Labour candidate Majid Hussain.

The result was delivered after a recount, with Hussain winning by 11 votes – 1,608 to 1,597.

Hussain now represents the only Labour Party member on BCC, after former Labour councillor Robin Stuchbury lost in the Buckingham West ward.

The Liberal Democrats joined the Conservatives as the only party to increase their numbers on BCC, going from three to four after claiming a couple of UKIP seats in Aylesbury.

East Wycombe Independent’s retained their two councillors, while Darren Hayday- the only independent councillor – was also voted back in.

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