The Labour Party has maintained its stronghold in Bradford following the 2016 local elections.
The party now has 49 seats on the district council - with 46 needed for a majority. Conservatives have 21, Liberal Democrats 10, Green Party 3 and UKIP 1 with 6 Independent councillors.
Kirklees council remains in state of 'no overall control' following the 2016 elections.
Labour which was had been targeting control remains the largest party with 34 councillors. Conservatives have 20, Liberal Democrats 9, Green Party 3 with 3 Independent councillors.
Counting has finished at Calderdale Council and there is no change. No single party is in control - although Labour which was targeting this seat remains the largest party.
The authority is made up of 23 Labour councillors; 22 Conservatives; five Lib Dems and one independent.
The count for the election of the Police and Crime Commissioner at Lincolnshire Police has got underway in Lincoln.
Turnout at yesterday's election was up compared with last time. It was 21.19% (114,766 votes cast). In 2012 it was 15.1%.
Labour "hung on" and "grew support" in council elections across England in the face of poor predictions, leader Jeremy Corbyn said during a visit to Sheffield.
He admitted there was "a lot of building to do" in Scotland following dire results in the Holyrood elections.
Mr Corbyn insisted he would continue as Labour leader: "I'm carrying on. Don't worry about that. I'm carrying on. I'm fine. I'm very happy."
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Twice the number of voters have turned out for the latest poll to elect a Police and Crime Commissioner in South Yorkshire compared to the last ballot.
Election officials at the count in Barnsley say the turnout for yesterday's vote was 29.48%. The turnout at the previous poll in November 2014 was 14.8%.
Labour candidate Dr Alan Billings is aiming to keep the job which has been in the headlines following a series of controversies over Hillsborough Disaster, the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal and calls for an inquiry into the so-called Battle of Orgreave.
The result is expected at around 12.30pm today.
No overall control at North East Lincolnshire Council following election.
Labour remains the largest party after last night's election, but the Liberal Democrats making the biggest gains of the night.
The political make-up of the council is now: Labour:18 Conservatives:11 UKIP:5 Liberal Democrats: 5 Independants:3
Labour has kept its stronghold on Wakefield. 21 seats were up for election. Labour won 19 and the Conservatives two.
Labour maintain overall control of the Lincoln council.
The political make-up of the council is now: Labour: 27 Conservative: 6 (no change)