This year's local elections, held yesterday Thursday 3 May 2018, were a democratic disappointment because there is no opposition to Slough Labour.
The pitiful Conservatives, usually boasting of their grandeur and self-importance, again failed to connect with Slough voters.
Slough has 15 wards. 1 had no election (Foxborough), 14 had elections.
Labour won 13. The Tories retained 1, Haymill, held by Tory Group deputy leader Anna Wright.
The Labour Party regularly use
Independent candidates to split, and
thus reduce, the effectiveness of the anti-Labour vote.
The full results are on the council's web site.
Slough has 42 councillors. Now 35 Labour and 7 Conservatives.