A gaggle of UKIP councillors have defected to the Conservative Party to give the Tories keep an eye on of a council.
Seven of the 12 UKIP councillors on Great Yarmouth Borough Council have crossed the divide, giving the Tories 21 out of the 39 council seats.
One of the seven movers, Kay Grey, stated that once the EU referendum “many voters feel this is UKIP’s job done”.
East of England UKIP MEP Stuart Agnew stated the motion used to be “depressing, disgusting”.
He added: “Without UKIP the Tories are going to be able to get away with an unsatisfactory Brexit.”
Previously the council were underneath no total keep an eye on.
The councillors attended their first assembly as Tories within the the city corridor on Monday.
Ms Grey stated: “We imagine one of the simplest ways ahead is to be with the one birthday celebration that may see Brexit via.
“Locally we now have some nice alternatives coming our means, and we imagine majority council, no longer a hung council, will probably be higher for the borough.”
The defecting councillors
- Carl Annison, (Bradwell South and Hopton)
- Malcolm Bird (Central and Northgate)
- Alan Grey (Bradwell North)
- Kay Grey (Gorleston)
- Paul Hammond (Yarmouth North)
- Sue Hacon (Bradwell South and Hopton)
- Katy Stenhouse (Nelson)