Labour gain 6 seats in the local elections in Plymouth to take wrestle control from the Conservatives
The council remains under "no overall control" following the local elections, despite gains for Labour and losses for the Conservatives
There was only one side cheering in Exeter at the local elections after Labour won ten of the fourteen wards available.
Following Labour's success in Plymouth, where they gained 6 seats to take control of the council, outgoing Plymouth Conservative Council leader Vivien Pengelly says the Cameron government is to blame for Labour gaining control and will be making her feelings known to the PM.
The make-up of the council is now: Labour 31, Conservatives 26.
MP for Exeter Ben Bradshaw gives his reaction after Labour have taken control of Exeter City Council which had previously been under no overal control:
The final result is in from Weymouth and Portland in Dorset: The council remains under "no overall control."
Labour have gained 4 seats, the Conservatives have lost 2 and the Liberal Democrats have lost 2.
The make-up of the council now stands at: Con 14, Lab 11, LD 8, Ind 3.