It's been a remarkable set of local elections in the Anglia region with UKIP entering the mainstream and toppling two seemingly solid Conservative county councils in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.
The Tories lost more than 90 seats but are still the biggest party in local government in this area. Labour made gains of more than 50 but that's less than they lost when these seats were last fought four years ago. UKIP went from a base of just a handful of councillors to dozens.
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Regardless of the result in Thursday's election, Northamptonshire will have fewer county councils because of boundary changes.
The Tories have been sent a warning in their traditional Essex heartland, losing nine county council seats to a bullish UKIP.
Suffolk County Council has been Conservative-controlled since 2005. On Thursday there were elections for 75 councillors.