Following the elections on 2 May, Cambridgeshire County Council is now under no overall control, with the Conservatives holding 32 of the 69 seats. Overall the Conservatives lost 7, Greens lost 1, Independents gained 1, Labour gained 4, Lib Dems lost 7 and UKIP gained 10.
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The full results are at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/council/democracy/elections/elections-2013/
The former leader of the County Council, Nick Clarke (Conservative, Fulbourn) lost his seat to the Liberal Democrats. The new leader of the Conservative group on the County Council is Martin Curtis (Whittlesey North), who was the Cycling Czar and spoke to the Cambridge Cycling Campaign Annual General Meeting in November 2012. A full list of County Councillors, which can be sorted by name, political party or electoral division, is on the County Council website at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/cmswebsite/apps/committees/Members.aspx