Election 2015: Labour gain control of West Lancashire Council

Lancashire County Hall, Preston
Image caption Labour continue to be in control in Preston

Labour has won 11 seats in West Lancashire in the local elections to take charge of a council that previously had no overall control.

The party has also held Chorley, Preston, Blackpool, Burnley, Hyndburn and Rossendale councils.

Their majority in Blackburn with Darwen was reduced from 32 to 30.

The Conservatives remain in charge at Ribble Valley and South Ribble, but no single party continues to have overall control in Pendle.

To find out your council election result, go to BBC Election 2015.

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