Warwickshire on the other hand has remained a hung council, with no overall majority.
The markets will have been relieved that the election did not result in a hung parliament, as they hate uncertainty.
For any of the major parties to gain outright control of the hung council, it would require a major swing in votes.
This trial in fact, as a matter of record in this Court, was a retrial following a hung jury.
In his first trial there was a hung jury, but in the second he was found guilty.
Nine of the twelve jurors voted to acquit them, and the judge declared a hung jury.
If repeated nationwide, this swing would produce a hung parliament.
There is no doubt that the voters wanted to shake up the status quo and they have done this by creating what is almost a hung parliament.
The first trial resulted in a hung jury, the jury couldn't reach a unanimous decision.
Was there a correlation between particular kinds of cases, and hung juries?