- 49 updates
People in Bradford, Wakefield, Sheffield and Leeds voted today on whether their local council would be run by a directly elected mayor.
Voters across the region have been electing their local councillors.
Leeds have said no to having a directed elected mayor in the mayoral referendum.
Keith Wakefield has reacted to the Labour gains in Leeds
Patricia Schofield, Deputy Mayor
Sandra Holland, Leader, Labour Group says the people of Doncaster had the opportunity to make their views known
Voters in Wakefield have rejected the option of having an elected mayor running the council rather than a council leader.
- In favour of an elected mayor - 27,610 (38%)
- In favour of a council leader - 45,357 (62%)
The Liberal Democrat leader and Sheffield Hallam MP Nick Clegg reacts to a poor night for his party in the local elections.
Latest ITV News reports
George Galloway's Respect Party has delivered another knockout blow to Labour in Bradford, defeating the party leader Ian Greenwood.
Voters across the Calendar region have been at the polls to elect 302 councillors on 15 of our local authorities