Audio: Interview with John Dean

PUBLISHED: 13:11 02 May 2008 | UPDATED: 21:06 26 October 2009

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AS the Tories stormed to an unchallenged success at the elections, party leader John Dean admitted the only opposition they now have left is the WHT. The Conservative Party increased their control over Welwyn Hatfield Council as they gained 40 seats compa

AS the Tories stormed to an unchallenged success at the elections, party leader John Dean admitted the only opposition they now have left is the WHT.

The Conservative Party increased their control over Welwyn Hatfield Council as they gained 40 seats compared to Labour's five and Lib Dem's three.

And with such a dominant holding over the council the party leader was understandably delighted.

Click on the audio link to hear him speaking to WHT news editor Chris Lennon at the end of last night's count.


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