Labour has continued its dominance in South Yorkshire with a majority of seats in Barnsley Council once again.
The overall turnout for the local elections in Barnsley was 47,404 out of 175,998 electorate, which comes to 26.9%.
Labour won all of the first six seats counted, meaning it Labour will keep its majority intact at a council where only a third of seats were contested yesterday.
The widow of a Labour MP who died from cancer has won the by-election to replace him in Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough constituency.
Millions of voters headed to the polls to vote in today's local elections. Here is when the results are expected in.