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The Conservatives have kept control of Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, but the Greens have gained three seats to become the official opposition in the council chamber.
A total of 17 seats were being contested, in which the Conservatives gained one councillor, as did one Independent Ratepayers & Residents candidate, and also one gain for UKIP.
The new makeup of the council is as follows; Con 29, Green 10, Lib Dem 8, Lab 2, Ratepayers 1, UKIP 1
Labour have taken Derbyshire local authority Amber Valley Borough Council from the Conservatives for the first time in 14 years, in a nail-biting count which went down to the very last seat.
UKIP gained a significant number of votes in the Borough, but not enough to secure a councillor outright. The leader of the Conservatives says the new UKIP voters had turned away from the Tories, thereby splitting the vote and letting Labour in.
Of the 15 seats up for vote, Labour won 11 and the Conservatives won four.
Before yesterday's election the Tories held a 23 -21 majority to Labour - that has now been flipped in Labour's favour, with 23 councillors versus 21 Tories, the wards changing hands being Belper South, and Ripley.
ITV News Central Political Correspondent Gareth Owen is at the Amber Valley count, where Labour have taken control of the Derbyshire council for the first time in 14 years.
With seven results in at Solihull, Ukip has taken the Kingshurst & Fordbridge ward from Labour, unseating the party's group leader, David Jamieson - a former MP who once served as parliamentary under-secretary for transport in Tony Blair's government.
Coventry City Council has produced an 'infographic' detailing how constituents voted in the Local Elections.
It shows there was a turnout of 30.69%, and around 10% of the electorate of 235,813 voted by post.
Solihull Council has just tweeted that 33.86% of the electorate turned out to vote during the 15 hour polling period yesterday. Results for each ward are due imminently.
Coventry City Council has issued the following facts and figures - including how may cups of tea were needed to help staff complete the count, and the number or rubber bands used!
- 1,023 staff involved
- 300 voting boxes used
- 7,521 elastic bands needed
- 1,763 cups of tea consumed
Across the election area, there were:
- 235,813 people registered to vote
- 23,001 Postal votes - around 10% of the electorate
- 104 Proxy votes
- 30.69% Turnout
- 70,880 ballot papers issued
Labour sources say they have captured a Conservative seat on Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council within minutes of the count starting.
Labour has retained control of Cannock Chase Council is the Local Elections. They gained one more councillor, but it was a bad night for the Tories, who lost three of their seats, while UKIP gained three, and the Liberal Democrats lost a councillor.
The make-up of the council now stands at: Lab 25, Con 6, UKIP 6, Lib Dem 2, Ind 2
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Ukip have won seats at the expense of both the Conservative and Labour parties in local elections, so far. No results are in from London.