City of Edinburgh Council still unable to choose new leadership
City of Edinburgh Council has been unable to form an administration to lead the local authority, three weeks on from the election.
A meeting on Thursday ended without an agreement.
However, the local authority has made temporary arrangements so urgent decisions can be made. Local services are continuing to operate as normal.
The SNP is the biggest party on the council but is well short of an overall majority.
The party has 19 councillors, compared to 18 for the Conservatives and 12 for Labour. The Greens won eight seats, with the Liberal Democrats on six.
It is unlikely a deal will be reached before next month's general election.
What about the other councils?
Aberdeenshire Council - A coalition of Conservative, Liberal Democrats and independent councillors will run the council.
Angus Council - Conservatives, Independents and Liberal Democrats form administration.
Argyll and Bute Council - Independent, Lib Dem and Conservative coalition
Clackmannanshire - The first meeting of the new council could not agree an administration. They will meet again on 1 June.
Dundee City Council - SNP to form administration with Independent.
East Ayrshire Council - SNP minority administration
East Dunbartonshire - Meeting Tuesday 23 May
East Lothian Council- Labour minority administration
East Renfrewshire Council - The SNP and Labour are set to run the council despite the Conservatives winning the most seats.
Edinburgh Council - No agreement reached.
Falkirk Council - SNP minority takes control of the council
Fife Council - Joint leadership, with power shared equally between SNP and Labour.
Inverclyde Council - Meeting Thursday 25 May at 4pm
Midlothian Council - Labour will run a minority administration
North Ayrshire Council - Labour will continue to run the council despite a surge from the Scottish Conservatives in the local elections. The SNP have the same number of seats as Labour.
North Lanarkshire Council - Labour have formed a minority administration. There will be no formal coalition agreement with the Tories.
Perth and Kinross Council - A Conservative-led coalition with the Lib Dems and Independents.
Renfrewshire Council - will operate as an SNP minority administration.
South Ayrshire Council - A coalition of SNP, Labour and Independent councillors has been formed to run the council.
South Lanarkshire Council - Labour members abstained in a vote on forming an alliance with the Tories. The SNP took control of the council, with a minority administration. They are seven seats short of a majority but the other parties could agree to work together.
Stirling Council - Next meeting Wednesday 24 May
West Dunbartonshire Council - It will be an SNP-Independent administration. The 10 SNP councillors have joined with one of the two independents to form an administration.
West Lothian Council - No deal agreed after Scottish Labour's ruling body told councillors not to enter a coalition with the Conservatives. They will meet again on Thursday 25 May.
Western Isles, Orkney and Shetland - All administrations dominated by independents.