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Argyll and Bute Council
Election 2017 Results
|Party||Seats 2012||Seats 2017||Change|
|Seats 201213||Seats 201711||Change−2|
|Seats 201215||Seats 201710||Change−5|
|Seats 20124||Seats 20179||Change+5|
|Seats 20124||Seats 20176||Change+2|
|Change compared with|
The number of independent councillors on Argyll and Bute Council fell by five from 15 to 10, leaving the SNP as the largest party despite losing two seats.
The Conservatives gained five seats, rising from four to nine.
The Lib Dems made rare gains, moving from four to six.
Argyll and Bute had been run by a coalition of independent Lib Dem/Conservatives and non-aligned councillors.
Scotland Independence Referendum 2014
Rejected ballots 49