Local Elections 2012

Thousands of people across our region have been casting their votes to elect their local councillors. We'll have the latest results here as they come in from our reporters and correspondents across the region.

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Election 2012: Labour holds Leeds

Labour have held onto control of Leeds City Council after the local elections, having gained 8 seats.

The Liberal Democrats have lost 6 and the Conservatives have lost 2 seats on last year.

How it stands now:

Labour - 63

Conservatives - 19

Liberal Democrats - 10

Independents - 5

Greens - 2

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