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Local elections were held across England, Wales and Scotland on Thursday, while residents in Northern Ireland voted in a recent General Assembly at Stormont. Analysts have been eagerly awaiting the polls to gauge public opinion ahead of the following General Election in 2024. Read on to seek out out the outcomes from this 12 months’s local elections in full.


Around half of the 146 councils in England have declared their results with the rest expected to achieve this throughout Friday.

As of 8am on Friday, May 6, Sir Keir Starmer’s Labour Party has enjoyed the strongest performance of any party, winning 37 (+3) councils and 1,189 (+38) councillors.

Boris Johnson and the Conservatives meanwhile have secured 18 (-6) councils and 535 (-124) councillors.

Results from the opposite parties are as follows:

Liberal Democrats: Councils 4 (+1) and councillors 257 (+57)
Residents’ Association: Councils 0 (0) and councillors 40 (+6)
Green: Councils 0 (0) and councillors 39 (+23)
Independent: Councils 0 (0) and councillors 39 (0)
Reform UK: Councils 0 (0) and councillors 2 (+2)
UK Independence Party: Councils 0 (0) and councillors 0 (-2)
Post-election emptiness: Councils 0 (0) and councillors 4 (0)

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