England council results
Elections were held in 161 local authorities on Thursday 22 May.
|Party||Total||Change +/-||Total||Change +/-|
|Labour||English councils 82||English councils +/- +6||Seats 2121||Seats +/- +324|
|Conservative||English councils 41||English councils +/- -11||Seats 1364||Seats +/- -236|
|Liberal Democrat||English councils 6||English councils +/- -2||Seats 427||Seats +/- -310|
|United Kingdom Independence Party||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 163||Seats +/- +161|
|Independent||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 89||Seats +/- +36|
|Residents Association||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 53||Seats +/- +14|
|Green Party||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 38||Seats +/- +18|
|Vacant||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 3||Seats +/- 0|
|Liberal||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 2||Seats +/- -2|
|British National Party||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 1||Seats +/- -1|
|Independent Community and Health Concern||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 1||Seats +/- -2|
|Christian Peoples Alliance||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 0||Seats +/- 0|
|English Democrats||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 0||Seats +/- 0|
|Respect: The Unity Coalition||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 0||Seats +/- -2|
|Socialist||English councils 0||English councils +/- 0||Seats 0||Seats +/- 0|
|No Overall Control||English councils 32||English councils +/- +8||Seats N/A||Seats +/- N/A|
|After 161 of 161 councils|
Council A - Z
- Amber Valley
- Barking and Dagenham
- Basingstoke and Deane
- Blackburn with Darwen
- Cannock Chase
- Castle Point
- Epping Forest
- Great Yarmouth
- Hammersmith and Fulham
- Kensington and Chelsea
- Kingston upon Thames
- Milton Keynes
- Mole Valley
- Newcastle upon Tyne
- North East Lincolnshire
- North Hertfordshire
- North Tyneside
- Nuneaton and Bedworth
- Reigate and Banstead
- Richmond upon Thames
- South Cambridgeshire
- South Lakeland
- South Tyneside
- St Albans
- St Helens
- Three Rivers
- Tower Hamlets
- Tunbridge Wells
- Waltham Forest
- Welwyn Hatfield
- West Lancashire
- West Oxfordshire
- Weymouth and Portland
- Wyre Forest
Latest updates Vote 2014
Tower Hamlets electionstandard
Police officers across Tower Hamlets are being asked to make formal statements on the controversial local elections, reports Wharf.
Officers were based at all of the 100 polling stations in the borough and the force said it wants evidence from those present to build as "full a picture as possible" over the events on 22 May.
Tower Hamlet investigationstandard
A swift investigation into problems surrounding elections in Tower Hamlets is "vital", a senior Cabinet minister has told MPs.
Commons Leader Andrew Lansley said the Electoral Commission should act quickly to identify and report the truth of what happened in the east London borough, amid claims of voter intimidation and counting irregularities.
Counts for mayor, council and European Parliament elections were left in chaos last month as the process took more than four days.
Electoral fraud arrestsstandard
Two men have been arrested in connection with allegations of electoral fraud in Tower Hamlets after the police received 84 complaints in relation to the local elections on 22 May.
Officers are examining eight suspected incidents of electoral malpractice. The Electoral Commission has also launched a review into the count.