These elections were for a third or half of local council seats - not full councils. So, Labour holds Southampton with a slim majority of 25 councillors - winning 12 seats on the night. The Conservatives have 19 seats.
Labour now has 19 councillors in Crawley - gaining one extra seat. The Conservatives have 17.
The Lib Dems in Eastleigh - 38 seats overall - against the Tories 6. The Lib Dems held 12 and gained one extra. The Conservative party - 2.
The Conservatives remain the largest party in Portsmouth with 19 seats - but fall short of a majority, with no overall control. Tory leader, Councillor Donna Jones, said her minority administration will continue to work with UKIP and the Labour Party.
With the story, in the South - here's Rachel Hepworth.
There was something to celebrate overnight for the two main political parties in this year's local elections.
Labour kept control of the councils in Oxford and Reading, where they took seats from the Greens. And the Conservatives held on to all their councils in our region.
The Socialists now have two extra seats on Oxford City Council, gained at the expense of the Greens, and now have 35 councillors.
And at Reading, although they didn't add to their tally, they're still in overall control with a total of 31 seats. Not one of the 16 wards changed hands.
With the details in the Thames Valley and North Hampshire - here's Chris Maughan.
The cheers were ones of relief in councils in the south east overnight - in the local council elections. Relief that, despite predictions, Labour held control of councils in Crawley and Hastings.
And in Thurrock where just one vote stopped UKIP becoming the largest party on the council there.
With a round-up, here's Vanessa Edwards.
One third of the council was up for election (20 seats). The Conservatives retained control of Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council.
CONS 11 (1 gain) LABOUR 8 (2 gains) LIB DEM 1
ITV Meridian spoke to Labour candidate Paul Harvey, and leader of the council Clive Sanders.
Labour have celebrated election success in Hastings. 17 of the council's 32 seats were up for grabs and the Conservatives were hoping to take some from Labour.
In the end they didn't, but they did hold on to the 3 they already held. Labour ended up with 14.
ITV Meridian spoke to Leader of the Conservative Group, Cllr Liam Atkins.
Labour looked vulnerable defending a wafer-thin majority in Crawley, but strengthened their hold by retaining control of the council and winning an extra seat off the Tories.
ITV Meridian spoke to Labour councillor Peter Lamb.
The Conservative Party died well in West Oxfordshire last night - the party won 12 seats on the district council.
Labour took three and the Lib Dems won two.
Labour's Duncan Enright thought he had lost but then realised he had won when more votes were found under a pile of ballot papers.
Figures show there was a 24.8% turnout for voting at Southampton City Council.
2765 ballot papers were Issued - 12 were rejected.
Labout holds on with a majority of 1285 votes.
In the local elections there's been no change at Oxford City Council with Labour holding on to the majority.
Labour gain 1, Independent gain 1, Green lose 2.
New council: Labour 34, Lib Dem 8, Green 4, Independent 2.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire from within his own party after last night's local election results.
Cllr John Ferrett, Labour leader at Portsmouth City Council, spoke out after the Conservatives were the dominant party at the south coast authority.
He Labour's performance had been an "absolute disaster" - and blamed Mr Corbyn's "inept leadership".