A detailed breakdown of the election results in Lincolnshire. The Tories lost overall control and UKIP made big gains.
The Conservatives have lost control of two English local authorities as the UK Independence Party (Ukip) made stunning electoral gains.
MPs from the region have clashed in the Commons over calls to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to vote.
There's just one area outstanding in the Derbyshire County Council elections now. Labour, who have the majority, now have 41 seats, Conservatives have 18 and the Liberal Democrats have 3.
Labour has regained control of Derbyshire County Council winning 38 seats with seven still to declare.
The Lib Dem leader has lost his seat. Labour gained four from his party and 13 from the Conservatives.
Labour have gained control of Derbyshire County Council.
The full results are not yet in - but Labour currently have 35 seats, Conservatives have 17, and the Liberal Democrats have two.
There are still eight areas outstanding.
Former Lincolnshire County Council deputy leader John "Eddy" Poll, who lost his Spalding East and Moulton seat to UKIP last night, told Calendar: " It's like the lunatics have taken over the asylum. I would have thought the Lincolnshire public would be sophisticated in their voting than that."
Liberal Democrat group leader Jason Zadrozny, has held his seat in Sutton-in-Ashfield North with a hugely increased majority.
Fellow Lib Dem, Rachel Madden in neighbouring Kirkby-in-Ashfield has also held her seat despite a strong fightback by Labour in one of its former heartlands.
UKIP have picked up a lot of extra votes in both seats, pushing the Conservatives into fourth place.
If those is repeated across the district, it could thwart Labour's hopes of taking overall control in County Hall.
Senior Conservatives at the Nottinghamshire County Council count are telling me that there is "no doubt" they will lose control of the council.
How bad the defeat is will depend on how well UKIP has performed.
It's been announced there was a turnout of 28 per cent in the election for the next Mayor of Doncaster.
As well as the County Council elections, voters in Doncaster are also selecting a new Mayor.
A mother and two of her daughters have taken three gains from the Conservatives in Boston, Lincolnshire.
Sue Ransome, 61, and her daughters Felicity and Elizabeth Ransome, 27 and 26, gained three seats in last night's elections for UKIP.
The mother of four took the Boston East seat with 675 votes while Felicity took Boston Coastal with 826 votes and Elizabeth took Boston Fishtoft with 837 votes.
Her husband Ron stood for Boston South, along with their daughter Jodie Sutton, 36, in Boston Rural – both came second.
– Sue Ransome, UKIP
I think a lot of it was to down to the fact that people are fed-up with the old Lib Dem/Conservative coalition and I think they just wanted to put their money where their mouth was and vote for us instead.
UKIP won five of seven Lincolnshire County Council divisions and a Boston Borough Council by-election.