It’s a case of as you were in Salford as Labour retained its grip on power. Some 21 of the council’s 60 seats were up for grabs, but with Labour holding an unassailable majority the party was never in danger of losing its hold on the city.
And as it turned out there was no change in the order, as the ruling party held all 18 seats it was defending, with the Conservatives holding three wards. The result means Labour have 49 seats, with the Conservatives on eight the Lib Dems on two with one independent.
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