An East End London borough has still not completed its council election count more than three days after polls closed.
Electoral chiefs at Tower Hamlets suspended their operations at around 3am today until Monday daytime.
Recounts have been taking place at Bromley South ward.
The provisional council line-up shows Tower Hamlets First Group - backing re-elected mayor Lutfur Rahman - and Labour on 18 seats each. There are four Tories and no party has overall control.
Even when the Bromley result is resolved the councillors' team will not be complete.
There will still be three vacancies in Blackwall and Cubitt Town where the election was postponed after a candidate's death.
UKIP's successes in the local elections have raised the possibility of them winning a Westminster seat at the general election.
A year ahead of the general election, Ed Miliband's party is seeing only patchy support in areas it should expect to gain ground.
UKIP are likely to make Rotherham a key target for 2015 after a storming result in the local elections.