United Kingdom UK Local elections 2017 Results live Winner Council Seats

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United Kingdom UK Local elections 2017 Results Live

United Kingdom Local elections Dates 2017

National Local elections Date: 4 May 2017

The 2017 United Kingdom local elections will be held on Thursday 4 May 2017.

Local elections will be held across Great Britain, with elections to English, Scottish, and Welsh councils, as well as elections for the newly created English Regional Mayors.

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United Kingdom Local elections Results Live 2017

England Council Election Results Live 2017 – 35 Council Results

Scottish Council Election Results Live 2017 – 35 Council Results

Welsh Council Election Results Live 2017 – 35 Council Results

With the results available from 17 councils
4,851 council seats are being contested. Voters will be choosing six new metro mayors
CON win control of five councils
Labour lose two councils in Blaenau Gwent and Bridgend

Party

 

 

Councils Seats +/-
Conservative 28 1899 563
Labour 9 1152 382
Liberal Democrat 0 441 42
SNP 0 431 7
Plaid Cymru 1 202 33
Green 0 21 1
Scottish Green 0 19 5
RA 0 11 2
Llais Gwynedd 0 6 7
Mebyon Kernow 0 4  
Health Concern 0 2 1
UKIP 0 1 145
Liberal 0 0 3
Independent 6 656 13
No overall control 44 n/a n/a

United Kingdom Mayoral elections Results Live 2017

Combined authority mayors
Six elections for directly elected regional mayors will be held. These newly established positions will lead combined authorities set up by groups of local councils, as part of devolution deals giving the combined authorities additional powers and funding.

Combined Authority

 

 

 

Result
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough James Palmer (Conservative)
Greater Manchester Andy Burnham (Labour)
Liverpool City Region Steve Rotheram (Labour)
Tees Valley Ben Houchen (Conservative)
West of England Tim Bowles (Conservative)
West Midlands Andy Street (Conservative)

Local authority mayors

Two elections for directly elected local district mayors will be held. These Mayors act as council leaders in their local authorities.

Local Authority

 

 

 

Result
Doncaster Ros Jones (Labour)
North Tyneside Norma Redfearn (Labour)

United Kingdom Local elections Voting Live 2017

United Kingdom Local elections will take place on thursday morning 7 am.

  1. Polling stations open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday, May 4.
  2. Votes would be counted either overnight on Thursday or during the day on Friday.
  3. 35 councils in England, All 32 Scottish councils, All 22 Welsh councils
  4. 8 directly elected mayors in England.
  5. n Scotland polls will be held in all councils (1,227 seats) and all 22 councils in Wales (1,254 seats).
  6. In total, 4,851 council seats are up for election. According to a BBC News estimate, the major political parties are defending the following numbers of council seats on election day:

Labour – 1,535 seats


Conservatives – 1,136 seats
Lib Dems – 484 seats
SNP – 438 seats
Plaid Cymru – 170 seats
UKIP – 146 seats
Green Party – 34 seats

There are also 687 independent councillors and 4 Mebyon Kernow councillors. The remaining 217 seats are held by residents' associations and minor parties



Electoral system of United Kingdom

There are six types of elections in the United Kingdom: elections to theHouse of Commons of the United Kingdom, elections to devolved parliaments and assemblies, elections to the European Parliament, local elections, mayoral elections and Police and Crime Commissioner elections. Within each of those categories, there may be by-elections as well as general elections. Elections are held on Election Day, which is conventionally a Thursday. Since the passing of the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 for general elections, all six types of elections are held after fixed periods, though early elections to parliament and the devolved assemblies and parliaments can occur in certain situations. Currently, six electoral systems are used: the single member plurality system (first past the post), the multi member plurality system, party-list proportional representation, the single transferable vote, the additional member system and the supplementary vote.

 


Candidates for Local elections 2017

N/A

 

United Kingdom Parties and leaders

Conservative Party, Co-operative Party, Democratic Unionist Party, Labour Party, Democrats, Plaid, Social Democratic and Labour Party, Ulster Unionist Party.

 

United Kingdom local elections Results 2012

Party

Councils

Councillors

Change

Total

Change

Total

 

Conservative

-10

18

-335

1,116

 

Labour

+3

3

+291

538

 

Liberal Democrat

0

0

-124

352

 

UKIP

0

0

+139

147

 

Green

0

0

+5

22

 

Plaid Cymru

0

0

+6

12

 

Residents

0

0

+2

12

 

Mebyon Kernow

0

0

+1

4

 

Liberal

0

0

+1

3

 

Health Concern

0

0

0

2

 

BNP

0

0

-3

0

 

Independent/Other

0

0

+24

166

 

No overall control

+9

14

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