It's sometimes difficult to catch everything during a general election night whirlwind of facts, stats and spin. Here are20 things you may have missed.
Labour'sHull North MP Diana Johnson says neighbouring MP Alan Johnson would have a "lot of support" if he stood for the vacant Labour leadership.
Ms Johnson said: "If he was willing to put his name forward I'm sure there would be a lot of support for him."
Mr Johnson said he wouldn't speculate on the future leadership of the party.
The Tories lost nine seats, independent councillors lost six seats and the Lib Dems two.
The council now has 27 Conservative members and one UKIP councillor
The Conservatives have retained control of theEast Riding of Yorkshire Council
They picked up two seats to reach a total of 51 councillors.
UKIP gained two seats and now have three members. There are now five independent councillors and two Lib Dems.
BBC Look North
Here's Nikki Brown, tonight's Look North producer, hard at work on the running order for the programme to be broadcast at 18:30.
There will be a comprehensive look at the election results across the region - on a day when many of the momentous stories have happened right here in Yorkshire.
There'll also be time for sport and weather too. Watch Look Northhere.
The Conservatives have won two seats to extend their control overCraven District Council.
Labour and UKIP both picked up one seat each and the Lib Dems lost one.
The final standings are Conservatives 20, independents six, Labour two, Lib Dems one and UKIP one.
The Conservatives have wonRichmondshire District Council from independent control.
The Tories gained nine seats, with eight coming from independents and one from UKIP.
The new council now has 21 Conservative councillors, 11 independents and two Lib Dems.
The Conservatives have gained a seat from both Labour and Liberal Democrats among the 17 up for grabs.
The council is now: Labour 24, Conservative 21, Liberal Democrat five and Independent one.
The Conservatives have held on toHarrogate Borough Council increasing their number of councillors by one.
The Lib Dems are the second largest party with 15 seats with independent councillors holding four seats.
Labour has heldLeeds City Council, where a third of the 99 seats were up for election.
The Conservatives won one seat to take their total to 19.
The rest of the parties were unchanged with Labour on 63, the Lib Dems with nine, the Greens have three seats and independents hold five seats.
Labour holds Sheffield City Council. Of the 28 seats contested this time Labour won 21, the Liberal Democrats took five, UKIP one and the Green Party one.
In all the council has 84 seats - Labour hold 59, Liberal Democrats 16, UKIP five and Green four
Counting has resumed in the Bradford City Council elections after a fire alarm meant the Richard Dunn Sports Centre was evacuated.
The evacuation means counting has been set back by an hour.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Mr Blunkett was the Labour MP for Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough but stood down before this election.
BBC News, Yorkshire
Conservative Andrea Jenkyns, who ousted Labour's Ed Balls, has been speaking about how the death of her lorry driver father Clifford in 2011 from a hospital infection pushed her into standing for Parliament.
"He went in for a routine op and through complications he caught MRSA and died.I lost my dad in unfortunate circumstances and I just wanted to go in (to Parliament) to make the NHS a better place for all."
Here's the result for theMorley and Outwood contest.
Wakefield Council says the turnout figure for the local election is 56.85%.
The count is under way.
There's no change inNorth East Lincolnshire. Labour have the largest number of councillors at 20 but the council remains under No Overall Control.
The Conservatives have 10, UKIP nine and the Liberal Democrats three seats on the 42-seat council.
UKIP gained a seat and Independents lost one.
Andrew Percy, Conservative MP forBrigg and Goole, said that the stability of having a majority would allow the Tories to "continue to secure the economic future."
Mr Percy, who increased his share of the vote, said: "The key priority for this government has got to be the economic recovery, but it has to be a recovery that people start to feel on the ground."
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BBC News, Yorkshire
James Vincent is still at his desk in Broadcasting Centre in Leeds in the final furlong of a long general election night.
He can still manage a weary smile though, as he finishes his reports before heading for a sleep.
He's been in Sheffield, Rotherham and Doncaster overnight covering events for Look North.
His shift has included the news of the resignation ofDoncaster North MP Ed Miliband from the Labour Party leadership and Sheffield Hallam's Nick Clegg as Liberal Democrat head.
Labour have won two more seats and have increased their tight hold on the 63-seat council. The party now has 55 councillors, with Independents and the Conservatives on four councillors each.
Labour won 19 of the 21 seats in this election, the Conservatives two.
BBC Look North
Dan Jarvis has led people into battle before, perhaps he's the man that Labour needs now. An officer in the Parachute Regiment - he was the first person since World War Two to resign his commission to fight a parliamentary by-election.
Several newspapers had already linked Dan Jarvis with leading the party, something that, through no fault of his own, had got him into a little trouble with party HQ.
But now, with Ed Miliband back to constituency politics, Dan Jarvis might fancy it. But remember, he's only been an MP since 2011, this was his first general election win. He may feel he's not quite ready.
The Conservative group retained control of Ryedale District Council winning 20 seats. The council's make-up is now Conservative 20; Independents five seats , Liberal three seats and Liberal Democrats two seats.
Labour have won two more seats seats and have increased their hold on the council.
The party now has 40 councillors, with the Lib Dems the second largest group with 15 and the Conservatives third with two councillors.
Independent party Hull Red Labour lost one councillor and now have one representative, with UKIP also having a single councillor.
"I gave my job up, I sold my house and moved in with mum so I could afford to be a full-time politician" newly-electedConservative MP Andrea Jenkyns told 5 live.
On taking Ed Balls' Leeds seat ofMorley and Outwood by just 422 votes, Ms Jenkyns said "It's the kind of seat you have to put your heart and soul in... I really want to be the strong Yorkshire voice for our area".
The Conservative group holds Selby District Council, winning 22 seats. Labour won eight seats and there is one independent councillor.
Gemma Dillon, Political Reporter BBC York
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It's been an historic night in Yorkshire where the Conservatives claimed their most high-profile victory of all - the defeat of Labour's shadow chancellor Ed Balls inMorley and Outwood.
Ed Miliband held on to his seat inDoncaster North but resigned as Labour leader after his party's poor performance.
Despite winning inSheffield Hallam, MP Nick Clegg later resigned as leader of the Liberal Democrats after the party lost most of its seats.
Mr Miliband said he "took absolute and total responsibility" for the party's defeat.
He said Harriet Harman would take over the leadership until a leader was elected.
Rather than breaking through as forecast by opinion polls, Labour saw losses to the Tories in key marginal seats and failed to win the Conservatives most vulnerable constituencies.