The Conservatives have swept to power in all of the Anglia region's County Councils with increased and secure majorities on every one.
All the other parties lost seats in the region and UKIP were wiped out - losing every single one of the 48 councillors who were elected in 2013
The Conservatives won more than two-thirds of the county council seats in the Anglia region and the icing on the cake was winning the first election for the new Metro Mayor in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The Tories won back power in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk which had been hung councils since 2013. The party had also lost its overall majority in Suffolk since the 2013 election but won it back with a majority of 29.
You can find all the results and the names of the 430 councillors in the Anglia region by clicking on the county links below
There were no local elections in Bedfordshire, Peterborough, Milton Keynes, Thurrock or Southend-on-Sea in May 2017.
Only two of the six counties in the Anglia region have so far declared results but the Conservatives are making the early running.
The Chairman of Colchester's UKIP branch has defended the party after a poor showing in this year's local elections.
Just under a quarter of residents in Peterborough have cast a vote for the newly-created post of Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.