There were elections in 22 councils in the Anglia region in May 2014 and here is the full set of results.
UKIP have gained their first three seats on Peterborough's unitary authority to leave the council with no overall control.
UKIP are the big winners in the council elections in the East depriving the Conservative of their majorities on five councils.
UKIP have made a couple of gains in Huntingdonshire but it failed to dent the Conservative's comfortable majority on the council.
It has been a Conservative council since 1976 - the longest run of any council in the Anglia region.
Ukip made major gains in Great Yarmouth, taking 10 of the 13 vacant seats at the expense of both Labour and the Conservatives.
It now holds 10 of the 39 seats on the full council, with Labour holding 15 and the Conservatives 14.
The case against singer and former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos has been adjourned at Chelmsford Magistrates' Court today.
She's accused of assaulting celebrity blogger Savvas Morgan at the V Festival in Essex last year. She denies the charges. The trial is due to resume in July.
Epping Forest Council has been in Conservative hands since 2007 and remained there in May 2014 despite a slightly slimmer majority.
Both UKIP and the Green Party made a gain on the only council in the Anglia region to boast a London Underground station.
Labour took Cambridge from no overall control, taking seats off the Liberal Democrats.
Ten of the seats on offer went to Labour, while the Lib Dems won four and an independent one.
The new council line-up has Labour on 25, the Lib Dems on 14, independents on two and Conservatives on one.
In reaction to their win, Labour leader Cllr Lewis Herbert said:
"It's been 14 years, the year 2000, nearly half a generation. We have got votes in the whole range of wards, in the city we have got support across the city. We have a lot of work to do, there's a lot of challenges such as housing. It's not a city that's equal - we have a lot of work to do."