A polling clerk who helped two nieces pose as other people to vote at local elections in Derby has been jailed for 14 months.
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A detailed breakdown of the election results in Lincolnshire. The Tories lost overall control and UKIP made big gains.
Graham Partner, who won in Leicestershire as a BNP candidate in 2009, has lost his seat representing Coalville to Labour.
Labour has taken overall control of Derbyshire County Council with 20 gains.
- Conservatives – 18 seats
- Labour – 43 seats
- Liberal Democrats – 3 seats
- UKIP – 0
- Other – 0
A Conservative leader in Lincolnshire has admitted that a local authority coalition with UKIP would be difficult because he knows very little about its new councillors.
UKIP secured 16 of the 77 seats on Lincolnshire County Council, having previously held none following the 2009 election.
The Tories fell three seats short of retaining overall control of the authority after losing 25 divisions to leave them with 36 of the 77 available.
Labour has gained 18 seats in Derbyshire – five from the Liberal Democrats and 13 from the Conservatives.
The one UKIP councillor in Nottinghamshire before today, Tom Irvine has lost his seat in Hucknall. Labour gained all three seats in the town.
As well as gaining three seats in the north of the county, Labour has just picked up the marginal seat of Beeston South and Attenborough from the Conservatives. In those seats which Labour held – including their group leader Alan Rhodes – the majority has increased significantly.
A lot will now depend on places like Mansfield, which was dominated by independent candidates last time. If Labour can make gains there, they might yet have a chance of taking overall control.
UKIP's performance has been patchy. Overall they have increased their vote, but support has been evenly spread so they have been unable to pick up seats. It seems they are mainly taking support from the Conservatives with Labour and the Lib Dems largely unaffected.
In 15 of the seats, UKIP beat the Conservatives and in 18 of the seats they came second.
No councillor has been elected yet.
The Conservatives have lost Warwickshire County Council to no overall control.
- Conservatives - 26 seats
- Labour - 22 seats
- Liberal Democrats - 9 seats
- Green Party - 2 seats
- Independent - 3 seats
Former Lincolnshire County Council deputy leader Eddy Poll, who lost his Spalding East and Moulton seat to UKIP last night, told ITV News: "It's like the lunatics have taken over the asylum.
"I would have thought the Lincolnshire public would be more sophisticated in their voting than that."
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.