LGiU Local Election Update
- More councils have gone to NOC than might have been expected, with Cambridgeshire, East Sussex, Gloucestershire, the Isle of Wight, Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire all moving from Conservative control to NOC so far.
- UKIP has been successful in converting their vote share into seats.
- Labour is not going to take Staffordshire and Lancashire, but have taken control of Midland stronghold Derbyshire.
For some further comment and analysis, please see reflections from Dr Jonathan Carr-West and our guest panel.
|Bristol||No Overall Control|
|Cambridgeshire||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|Cornwall||NOC (no change)|
|Cumbria||NOC (no change)|
|Doncaster (mayoral) – second count||Labour – Ros Jones||went to 2nd preference votes|
|Durham||Labour (no change)|
|East Sussex||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|Gloucestershire||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|Isle of Anglesey||NOC (no change)|
|Isle of Wight||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|Isles of Scilly|
|Kent||Con (no change)|
|Lancashire||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|Lincolnshire||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|Norfolk||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|North Tyneside (mayoral)||Labour (Norma Redfearn)|
|North Yorkshire||Conservative (hold)|
|Northumberland||NOC (no change)|
|Nottinghamshire||Labour (gain from Conservative control)|
|Oxfordshire||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|Warwickshire||NOC (from Conservative control)|
|West Sussex||Conservatives (hold)|