Elections have been held for councils across England and Northern Ireland, and metro mayors

England

Labour: 2,021 (↓84)

Conservatives: 3,564 (↓1,330)

Liberal Democrats: 1,352 (↑706)

Green: 265 (↑194)

UKIP: 31 (↓145)

Independent: 1,044 (↑604)

Other: 127 (↑55)

(Changes compared with 2015 – the last time these seats were contested)

Labour: 60 (↓6)

Conservatives: 93 (↓44)

Liberal Democrats: 18 (↑10)

Green: 0 (-)

UKIP: 0 (-)

Independent: 2 (↑2)

Other: 2 (↑1)

No overall control: 73 (↑37)

Labour: 3 (North of Tyne, Leicester, Mansfield)

Conservatives: –

Liberal Democrats: 1 (Bedford)

Green: –

UKIP: –

Independent: 1 (Middlesbrough, Copeland)

Other: –

Council control changes

Conservatives

Gains

Walsall from no overall control

North East Lincolnshire from no overall control

Losses 

Basildon to no overall control

Tandridge to no overall control

St Albans to no overall control

Southend-on-Sea to no overall control

Peterborough to no overall control

South Oxfordshire to no overall control

Broxtowe to no overall control

Folkestone and Hythe to no overall control

Tendring to no overall control

Torbay to no overall control

Welwyn Hatfield to no overall controll

Worcester to no overall controll

Labour

Gains

Trafford from no overall control

Amber Valley from Conservatives

Losses

Hartlepool to no overall control

Wirral to no overall control

Bolsolver to no overall controll

Liberal Democrats

Gains

Vale of White Horse from Conservatives

Bath and North East Somerset from Conservatives

Chelmsford from Conservatives

Cotswold from Conservatives

Hinckley & Bosworth from Conservatives

North Norfolk from no overall control

Somerset West and Taunton from Conservatives

Winchester from Conservatives 

Independents

Gains

Ashfield from no overall control

North Kestenven from Conservatives