Local elections: Results in maps and charts

BBC News | 5/6/2019 | Staff
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Voters have delivered a stinging rebuke to the two main parties at Westminster in the local elections in England, with ballots still being counted in Northern Ireland.

See the results below in our interactive map.

Search - Postcode - Council - Name - Click

Either search using your postcode or council name or click around the map to show local results.

By-elections can take place in some council wards even if that council is not scheduled for elections this year. Check your council website for details.

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Click or tap here if you cannot see the map.

With all the results declared in England the Conservatives have lost over 1,300 councillors while Labour has also seen dozens of losses. The Lib Dems and Greens have both made significant gains, with the Lib Dems gaining more than 700 councillors and the Greens nearly 200.

Candidates - Gains - Rise - Others - Chart

Independent candidates have also made unusually large gains, as shown by the rise of "Others" in the above chart.

Professor Sir John Curtice has calculated how Thursday's vote would translate across Britain. This projection of the national vote share puts Labour and the Conservatives both on 28%.

Lib - Dems - Winners - Terms - Councils

The Lib Dems were the big winners in terms of councils, taking over 10, seven of which were at the expense of the Conservatives. Their most impressive victory was in Chelmsford where they flipped a majority of 23.

The Conservatives saw big losses in the south west, particularly the...
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