Elections 2022: live council results for England, Scotland and Wales | local elections

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all seats up

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all seats up

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With 30 +2
Laboratory eleven -4
Green 3 +2
ind one

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Laboratory 46 -3
Lib Dem 9 +2
With 4 +1
ind 4

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With 23 +1
Laboratory 19 +2
ind 13 -two
Lib Dem 5
reform -one

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Laboratory 47 +5
Lib Dem 4 +1
With 3 -4
Green one -one

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With 19 -4
Lib Dem 14 +2
Laboratory 13 +2
Green 3 +1
ind two -one

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Laboratory 30 +13
With 7 -10
Lib Dem 4 +3
ind 3 -7
Green two +1

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With 18 -3
Laboratory 16 +3
Lib Dem 8 -one
reform 6
ind 3 +1

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all seats up

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Laboratory 38 +1
With 25 +7
Lib Dem -one
Green -two
ind -5

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With 35 -one
R 13
Lib Dem 4 +1
ind 3
Green 3

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Laboratory 26 -two
Green 5 +3
With 5 -one
Lib Dem two
ind one

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Laboratory 48
Lib Dem 3
With 3 +1
Green -one

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Lib Dem eleven +1
With eleven -one
R 10
ind one

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Laboratory 32 +2
With 12 -two
Lib Dem 3
ind one

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With 35
Laboratory 13
Lib Dem two +1
ind -one

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Lib Dem 29 +3
Laboratory 27 -two
ind one
With -one

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With 30 -two
Laboratory 8 +1
Lib Dem 3
ind one +1

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With 27 +2
Laboratory 5 -one
Green two +1
ind -two

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Laboratory 35 -5
With 9 +1
Lib Dem 9 +1
ind 7 +3

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Laboratory 32 -two
Lib Dem 9
Green 6 +3
ind one -one

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With 28
Laboratory 17
Lib Dem 8
ind 4
Green 3

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Laboratory 24 +1
With 24 +2
ind 8 -4
Green one +1

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Lib Dem 17 +2
With 13 -4
Laboratory 9 +2
ind 3

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Laboratory 30 +1
With eleven
Lib Dem 7
ind -one

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Laboratory 55 +7
With 5 -6
vacant 3
reform -one

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With twenty -3
Laboratory 7 +3
Green one
ind one

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Lib Dem 48 +9
Green 5 +2
With one -10
ind -one

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With twenty-one -6
R 10 +4
Lib Dem 5 +2
ind two
Green one

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Laboratory 49 -3
With 8 +1
Lib Dem two +2
ind one

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third of seats up

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Laboratory 48 +2
Lib Dem 8
With 7 -one
ind 3 -one

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Laboratory 39 -one
Lib Dem 29
Green 14 +1
ind one
With one

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Laboratory 41 -4
Green 6 +3
ind 6 +2
With one -one

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With twenty-one -two
Laboratory 16 +3
ind 8 -two
Lib Dem 6 +1

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Laboratory 24 +3
With 9 -two
Lib Dem 6
ind -one

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Lib Dem 28 +2
Laboratory 25
With 5 -3
ind 3
Green two +1

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Laboratory 41 -one
With 18 -one
Lib Dem 14 +2
vacant one
ind one

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Lib Dem 29 -4
With twenty +2
ind 3
Laboratory 3 +3

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ind 13 +2
Lib Dem eleven +2
With 10 -4
R 8

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With twenty -7
Lib Dem fifteen +5
Laboratory 9 +1
ind 3
Green two +1

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Laboratory 26 -two
With 24 +1
Green 9 +3
Lib Dem 6
ind one -two

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With fifteen -3
Laboratory 12 +1
Green 6 +2
Lib Dem two

About the council elections

On 5 May all councils in Scotland and Wales held elections for all of their councillors. In England, the picture is more complex. Many parts of England held no elections at all. Others held elections for a third of seats as part of a four-year cycle in which a third of lower-tier seats are elected each year, with the upper-tier being chosen in the fourth year. In other areas there is a “unitary” council, being elected in its entirety.

There are also four new councils, although two consist of single-tier councils replacing two-tier arrangements: North Somerset and North Yorkshire. Cumbria will now have two separate councils, Cumberland, and Westmorland and Furness. In all of these cases the new councils come into effect in 2023 with the councilors elected this year.

The data on councilor numbers comes from PA Media. Because PA only reports on complete councils, the numbers for councilor change may differ from those reported by other sources who report each council seat as it comes in. In addition, there are differences in the point of comparison: PA calculates change based on the status of each seat just before the election, not on its status after the preceding election. Lastly, there are frequent changes in ward boundaries and the number of councilors per ward, to maintain equality of representation.

Local councils have responsibility for services and amenities including roads, parks and refuse collection, as well as education in the case of upper tier or unitary authorities.

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