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Result: No overall control in North East Lincolnshire

Political deadlock remains in North East Lincolnshire following a dramatic night at the electoral count.

Labour is the largest party by just a single seat following yesterday's local elections. However, in the key seat of Immingham, Labour pipped Conservatives by just three votes.

An initial count was followed by two recounts. After the first count, the two candidates were separated by just one vote. On the second count, it was 13 and the final count brought the margin down to just three votes.

Meanwhile, UKIP lost three seats on a night when a third of the council, 16 seats, were being contested.

Overall, two gains for Labour mean the party is just one seat (and three votes) ahead of Conservatives in second.

  • Labour - 19
  • Conservatives - 18
  • Liberal Democrats - 4
  • Independent - 1

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Result: Lab HOLD Hull

Liberal Democrats made significant gains in Hull overnight but Labour remains in control of the council following yesterday's local elections.

Boundary changes meant the entire council was up for election - with all 57 council seats being contested.

The Lib Dems have seven new councillors. Labour lost seven, and Independents are down two from the previous composition.

The new look of the chamber is as follows:

  • Labour - 31
  • Liberal Democrats - 24
  • Conservatives - 2

Result: Lab HOLD Wakefield

UKIP lost its only councillor in Wakefield as Labour maintained control of the council once again.

Labour held 15 of the 17 seats it was defending.

The Conservatives were the big winners on the night, gaining two seats from Labour, one from UKIP and another from an Independent.

The new council composition is as follows:

  • Labour 52
  • Conservative 11

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Result: Lab HOLD Bradford

Labour has increased its majority in Bradford after another strong showing in yesterday's local elections.

A third of the council, 30 seats in total, were being contested.

Labour gained four seats. The Conservatives also picked up one, with the Liberal Democrats finishing outside the top three in many areas.

Former leader of the council, Ian Greenwood, who lost his seat and the leadership in 2012 became a councillor in Bolton and Undercliffe overnight.

This is the new composition of the council:

  • Labour - 52
  • Conservative - 22
  • Liberal Democrat - 8
  • Independent - 3
  • Green Party - 2
  • The Independents - 2
  • Queensbury Independents - 1

Result: Lab HOLD Leeds

Labour has strengthened its grip on Leeds City Council following yesterday's local council elections.

The entire council was up for election with 99 seats in 33 wards being contested.

This is the new composition of the council:

  • Labour - 61
  • Conservative - 22
  • Liberal Democrat - 6
  • Morley Borough Independents - 5
  • Garforth and Swillington Independent Group - 3
  • Green Party - 2
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