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Bassetlaw in Nottinghamshire is a hold for Labour. The new council is Labour with 33 seats, Conservatives on 12, Independents 3
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Bassetlaw Labour MP John Mann has warned the Labour leadership to take the UKIP "threat" more seriously.
"Ignoring UKIP has been disastrous. We should have been taking the battle to UKIP," he told the BBC's David Dimbleby.
"It is the fault of the people at the top of the Labour party," he said, adding that leader Ed Miliband is one of the culprits.
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Labour have retained a firm grip on Bassetlaw District Council in north Nottinghamshire.
The party held 11 seats and gained one more, while the Tories did not manage to take any seats from their rivals.
UKIP fielded candidates in all 16 wards but failed to win any seats.