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Your late-night guide to when we can expect local election results in the Anglia region

Most of the local election results in the Anglia region will be declared during the early hours of Friday. Photo: ITV News Anglia

Counting will start at 10pm across the Anglia region in the local council election with results coming through during the early hours of Friday.

More places will announce their results through the night and here is your rough guide to when you can expect your council to declare.

All the local results will be available on this website

All times are estimates

Peterborough Council tweeted: Counting staff are eagerly waiting at Kingsgate for the ballot boxes to come in when the polling stations close at 10pm Credit: Peterborough City Council
  • AROUND 1AM

The first councils to declare are expected to be in Essex:
Basildon, Castle Point and Harlow.

  • AROUND 2AM

Epping Forest, North Hertfordshire, Peterborough and Rochford

  • AROUND 2.30AM

St Albans and Stevenage in Hertfordshire

  • AROUND 3AM

Brentwood, Colchester, Southend-on-Sea

  • BETWEEN 4 AND 5AM

Ipswich, Cambridge, Daventry, Thurrock and Welwyn Hatfield

  • COUNTING ON FRIDAY MORNING

Great Yarmouth, Huntingdonshire, Milton Keynes, Norwich and South Cambridgeshire

Areas in the Anglia region with council elections on 3 May 2018. Councils marked in blue had a Conservative majority before the election, those in red were Labour and the grey indication councils where on one party has an overall majority. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Of the 22 councils with elections in the Anglia region in May 2018.

12 councils went into the election with a Conservative majority, five were Labour-controlled councils and five were hung with no one party having enough seats for an overall majority.

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