Results: The final count in local elections and London's referendum

the capital's decision

BARKING & DAGENHAM: Yes 20,534 (73.49%) No 7,406 (26.51%) Electorate 112,759; Turnout 27,940 (24.78%)

BARNET: Yes 55,487 (69.62%) No 24,210 (30.38%) Electorate 225,608; Turnout 79,697 (35.33%)

BEXLEY: Yes 36,527 (63.28%) No 21,195 (36.72%) Electorate 166,246; Turnout 57,722 (34.72%)

BRENT: Yes 47,309 (78.38%) No 13,050 (21.62%) Electorate 168,817; Turnout 60,359 (35.75%)

BROMLEY: Yes 51,410 (57.08%) No 38,662 (42.92%) Electorate 224,309; Turnout 90,072 (40.16%)

CAMDEN: Yes 36,007 (81.18%) No 8,348 (18.82%) Electorate 135,073; Turnout 44,355 (32.84%)

CITY OF LONDON: Yes 977 (62.99%) No 574 (37.01%) Electorate 5,144; Turnout 1,551 (30.15%)

CROYDON: Yes 53,863 (64.72%) No 29,368 (35.28%) Electorate 223,816; Turnout 83,231 (37.19%)

EALING: Yes 52,348 (76.49%) No 16,092 (23.51%) Electorate 208,827; Turnout 68,440 (32.77%)

ENFIELD: Yes 44,297 (67.18%) No 21,639 (32.82%) Electorate 200,826; Turnout 65,936 (32.83%)

GREENWICH: Yes 36,756 (74.84%) No 12,356 (25.16%) Electorate 151,510; Turnout 49,112 (32.42%) HACKNEY: Yes 31,956 (81.62%) No 7,195 (18.38%) Electorate 115,828; Turnout 39,151 (33.80%)

HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM: Yes 29,171 (77.94%) No 8,255 (22.06%) Electorate 111,520; Turnout 37,426 (33.56%)

HARINGEY: Yes 36,296 (83.76%) No 7,038 (16.24%) Electorate 145,003; Turnout 43,334 (29.88%)

HARROW: Yes 38,412 (68.82%) No 17,407 (31.18%) Electorate 154,973; Turnout 55,819 (36.02%)

HAVERING: Yes 36,390 (60.47%) No 23,788 (39.53%) Electorate 178,145; Turnout 60,178 (33.78%)

HILLINGDON: Yes 38,518 (63.10%) No 22,523 (36.90%) Electorate 177,214; Turnout 61,041 (34.44%)

HOUNSLOW: Yes 36,957 (74.64%) No 12,554 (25.36%) Electorate 154,996; Turnout 49,511 (31.94%)

ISLINGTON: Yes 32,826 (81.55%) No 7,428 (18.45%) Electorate 117,887; Turnout 40,254 (34.15%)

KENSINGTON & CHELSEA: Yes 20,064 (70.32%) No 8,469 (29.68%) Electorate 102,275; Turnout 28,533 (27.90%)

KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES: Yes 28,621 (68.69%) No 13,043 (31.31%) Electorate 101,313; Turnout 41,664 (41.12%)

LAMBETH: Yes 47,391 (81.80%) No 10,544 (18.20%) Electorate 182,842; Turnout 57,935 (31.69%)

LEWISHAM: Yes 40,188 (78.42%) No 11,060 (21.58%) Electorate 174,890; Turnout 51,248 (29.30%) 24 MERTON Yes 35,418 (72.20%) No 13,635 (27.80%) Electorate 130,627; Turnout 49,053 (37.55%)

NEWHAM: Yes 33,084 (81.37%) No 7,575 (18.63%) Electorate 145,750; Turnout 40,659 (27.90%)

REDBRIDGE: Yes 42,547 (70.16%) No 18,098 (29.84%) Electorate 173,754; Turnout 60,645 (34.90%)

RICHMOND-UPON-THAMES: Yes 39,115 (70.80%) No 16,135 (29.20%) Electorate 124,057; Turnout 55,250 (44.54%)

SOUTHWARK: Yes 42,196 (80.70%) No 10,089 (19.30%) Electorate 159,905; Turnout 52,285 (32.70%)

SUTTON: Yes 29,653 (64.82%) No 16,091 (35.18%) Electorate 130,938; Turnout 45,744 (34.94%)

TOWER HAMLETS: Yes 32,630 (77.51%) No 9,467 (22.49%) Electorate 123,060; Turnout 42,097 (34.21%)

WALTHAM FOREST: Yes 38,344 (73.13%) No 14,090 (26.87%) Electorate 156,172; Turnout 52,434 (33.57%)

WANDSWORTH: Yes 57,010 (74.32%) No 19,695 (25.68%) Electorate 198,361; Turnout 76,705 (38.67%)

WESTMINSTER: Yes 28,413 (71.48%) No 11,334 (28.52%) Electorate 125,054; Turnout 39,747 (31.78%)

metropolitan authorities

BARNSLEY

Lab, 63; Ind, 2; C, 1.

Lab, No change

BIRMINGHAM

Lab, 83; C, 17; LD, 16; Others, 1.

Lab, No change

BOLTON

Lab, 47; C, 8; LD, 5.

Lab, No change

BRADFORD

Lab, 65; C, 18; LD, 7.

Lab, No change

BURY

Lab, 39; C, 6; LD, 3.

Lab, No change

CALDERDALE

Lab, 28; C, 13; LD, 12; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

COVENTRY

Lab, 45; C, 7; Ind, 1; Others, 1.

Lab, No change

DONCASTER

Lab, 47; Ind, 7; LD, 6; C, 3.

Lab, No change

DUDLEY

Lab, 58; C, 7; LD, 7.

Lab, No change

GATESHEAD

Lab, 51; LD, 15.

Lab, No change

KIRKLEES

Lab, 43; LD, 20; C, 7; Green, 2.

Lab, No change

KNOWSLEY

Lab, 65; LD, 1.

Lab, No change

LEEDS

Lab, 80; LD, 9; C, 9; Green, 1.

Lab, No change

LIVERPOOL

LD, 52; Lab, 39; Lib, 4; Ind, 1; Others, 3.

LD, gain from NOC

MANCHESTER

Lab, 84; LD, 15.

Lab, No change

NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE

Lab, 65; LD, 13.

Lab, No change

OLDHAM

Lab, 36; LD, 23; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

ROCHDALE

Lab, 36; LD, 18; C, 6.

Lab, No change

ROTHERHAM

Lab, 65; C, 1.

Lab, No change

SALFORD

Lab, 57; LD, 3.

Lab, No change

SANDWELL

Lab, 60; LD, 9; C, 2; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

SEFTON

Lab, 31; LD, 23; C, 14; Ind, 1.

NOC No change

SHEFFIELD

Lab, 50; LD, 36; C, 1.

Lab, No change

SOLIHULL

C, 20; Lab, 17; LD, 11; R, 3.

NOC No change

ST HELENS

Lab, 42; LD, 10; C, 2.

Lab, No change

STOCKPORT

LD, 30; Lab, 27; R, 3; C, 3.

NOC No change

SUNDERLAND

Lab, 68; C, 4; LD, 2; Lib, 1.

Lab, No change

TAMESIDE

Lab, 49; Ind, 4; LD, 2; C, 2.

Lab, No change

TRAFFORD

Lab, 36; C, 23; LD, 4.

Lab, No change

NORTH TYNESIDE

Lab, 43; C, 8; LD, 7; Ind, 2.

Lab, No change

SOUTH TYNESIDE

Lab, 51; LD, 6; Others, 3.

Lab, No change

WAKEFIELD

Lab, 59; C, 2; Vac, 1; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

WALSALL

Lab, 30; C, 16; LD, 6; Ind, 1; Others, 7.

NOC No change

WIGAN

Lab, 70; LD, 1; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

WIRRAL

Lab, 41; C, 16; LD, 8; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

WOLVERHAMPTON

Lab, 44; C, 14; LD, 2.

Lab, No change

non-metropolitan, or shire, authorities

ADUR

LD, 22; Lab, 10; C, 5; Ind, 2.

LD, No change

AMBER VALLEY

Lab, 37; C, 6.

Lab, No change

BARROW-IN-FURNESS

Lab, 23; C, 11; Others, 4.

Lab, No change

BASILDON

Lab, 23; LD, 13; C, 6.

Lab, No change

BASINGSTOKE & DEANE

C, 25; Lab, 15; LD, 13; Ind, 4.

NOC No change

BASSETLAW

Lab, 35; C, 8; Ind, 3; LD, 3; Others, 1.

Lab, No change

BEDFORD

Lab, 22; LD, 15; C, 9; Ind, 7.

NOC No change

SOUTH BEDFORDSHIRE

Lab, 21; LD, 16; C, 13; Ind, 3.

NOC No change

BRENTWOOD

LD, 25; C, 11; Lab, 2; Lib, 1.

LD, No change

BROADLAND

C, 21; Lab, 16; LD, 8; Ind, 4.

NOC No change

BROXBOURNE

C, 31; Lab, 11.

C, No change

BURNLEY

Lab, 31; LD, 9; Ind, 6; C, 2.

Lab, No change

CAMBRIDGE

Lab, 21; LD, 18; C, 3.

Lab, lose to NOC

SOUTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Ind, 18; C, 15; LD, 13; Lab, 9.

NOC No change

CANNOCK CHASE

Lab, 39; LD, 3.

Lab, No change

CARLISLE

Lab, 33; C, 14; LD, 3; Others, 1.

Lab, No change

CHELTENHAM

LD, 27; C, 9; Vac, 1; Others, 4.

LD, No change

CHERWELL

Lab, 24; C, 17; LD, 7; Ind, 4.

NOC No change

CHESTER

Lab, 26; LD, 17; C, 15; Ind, 2.

NOC No change

CHORLEY

Lab, 33; LD, 7; C, 6; Ind, 2.

Lab, No change

COLCHESTER

LD, 27; Lab, 17; C, 15; R, 1.

LD, lose to NOC

CONGLETON

LD, 26; Lab, 11; C, 7; Ind, 1.

LD, No change

CRAVEN

LD, 13; C, 13; Lab, 4; Ind, 4.

LD, lose to NOC

CRAWLEY

Lab, 27; C, 3; LD, 2.

Lab, No change

CREWE & NANTWICH

Lab, 37; C, 15; LD, 4; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

DAVENTRY

C, 17; Lab, 13; LD, 3; Ind, 2.

NOC No change

EASTBOURNE

LD, 18; C, 12.

LD, No change

EASTLEIGH

LD, 29; Lab, 8; C, 7.

LD, No change

ELLESMERE PORT & NESTON

Lab, 36; C, 5.

Lab, No change

ELMBRIDGE

C, 23; R, 21; LD, 8; Lab, 7; Ind, 1.

NOC No change

EPPING FOREST

Lab, 17; LD, 15; C, 15; R, 9; Ind, 3.

NOC No change

EXETER

Lab, 22; LD, 8; Lib, 3; C, 3.

Lab, No change

FAREHAM

LD, 16; C, 14; Lab, 8; Others, 4.

NOC No change

GLOUCESTER

Lab, 25; LD, 8; C, 6.

Lab, No change

GOSPORT

Lab, 10; C, 9; LD, 3; Others, 8.

NOC No change

GREAT YARMOUTH

Lab, 36; C, 12.

Lab, No change

HARLOW

Lab, 38; LD, 3; C, 1.

Lab, No change

HARROGATE

LD, 40; C, 14; Lab, 4; Ind, 1.

LD, No change

HART

LD, 15; C, 14; Ind, 6.

NOC No change

HASTINGS

Lab, 18; LD, 13; C, 1.

Lab, control new council

HAVANT

LD, 14; C, 14; Lab, 8; Ind, 3; Others, 3.

NOC No change

NORTH HERTFORDSHIRE

Lab, 26; C, 17; LD, 6; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

HERTSMERE

Lab, 22; C, 11; LD, 6.

Lab, No change

HUNTINGDONSHIRE

C, 34; LD, 14; Lab, 3; Ind, 2.

C, No change

HYNDBURN

Lab, 35; C, 12.

Lab, No change

IPSWICH

Lab, 40; C, 8.

Lab, No change

SOUTH LAKELAND

LD, 20; C, 13; Lab, 10; Ind, 9.

NOC No change

WEST LANCASHIRE

Lab, 32; C, 20; Ind, 2; Others, 1.

Lab, No change

LINCOLN

Lab, 28; Vac, 1; C, 1; Others, 3.

Lab, No change

WEST LINDSEY

LD, 18; Ind, 9; Lab, 5; C, 4; Others, 1.

LD, lose to NOC

MACCLESFIELD

C, 37; LD, 10; Lab, 10; R, 3.

C, No change

MAIDSTONE

LD, 21; Lab, 16; C, 13; Ind, 5.

NOC No change

MOLE VALLEY

LD, 16; C, 14; Ind, 9; Lab, 2.

NOC No change

NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME

Lab, 42; LD, 9; C, 5.

Lab, No change

NORWICH

Lab, 35; LD, 13.

Lab, No change

NUNEATON & BEDWORTH

Lab, 41; C, 4.

Lab, No change

OXFORD

Lab, 33; LD, 14; Green, 4.

Lab, No change

WEST OXFORDSHIRE

C, 14; Ind, 13; LD, 12; Lab, 10.

NOC No change

PENDLE

LD, 29; Lab, 18; C, 3; Ind, 1.

LD, No change

PENWITH

LD, 12; Ind, 7; C, 7; Lab, 6; Others, 2.

NOC No change

PRESTON

Lab, 30; C, 13; LD, 13; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

PURBECK

LD, 8; C, 6; Ind, 5; Lab, 3.

NOC No change

REDDITCH

Lab, 23; C, 4; LD, 2.

Lab, No change

REIGATE & BANSTEAD

C, 19; Lab, 13; LD, 11; R, 5; Ind, 1.

NOC No change

ROCHFORD

LD, 18; Lab, 12; C, 6; R, 3; Ind, 1.

LD, lose to NOC

ROSSENDALE

Lab, 25; C, 11.

Lab, No change

RUGBY

Lab, 22; C, 12; R, 5; LD, 5; Ind, 4.

NOC No change

RUNNYMEDE

C, 23; Lab, 12; Ind, 5; LD, 1; R, 1.

C, gain from NOC

RUSHMOOR

C, 17; LD, 14; Lab, 14.

NOC No change

SHREWSBURY & ATCHAM

Lab, 21; LD, 12; C, 11; Ind, 4.

NOC No change

ST ALBANS

LD, 30; Lab, 16; C, 11.

LD, No change

STEVENAGE

Lab, 37; LD, 2.

Lab, No change

STRATFORD-ON-AVON

LD, 24; C, 18; Ind, 6; Lab, 5; Others, 2.

NOC No change

STROUD

Lab, 26; C, 10; LD, 9; Ind, 6; Green, 4.

NOC No change

SWALE

LD, 22; Lab, 19; C, 7; Ind, 1.

NOC No change

TAMWORTH

Lab, 28; C, 1; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

TANDRIDGE

LD, 18; C, 17; Lab, 7.

NOC No change

THREE RIVERS

LD, 23; C, 17; Lab, 8.

NOC No change

TUNBRIDGE WELLS

C, 27; LD, 12; Lab, 7; Ind, 2.

C, gain from NOC

WATFORD

Lab, 21; LD, 8; C, 7.

Lab, No change

WAVENEY

Lab, 41; C, 3; LD, 2; Ind, 2.

Lab, No change

WELWYN HATFIELD

Lab, 27; C, 20.

Lab, No change

WEYMOUTH & PORTLAND

Lab, 16; LD, 13; Ind, 4; R, 2.

NOC No change

WINCHESTER

LD, 37; C, 10; Lab, 4; Ind, 4.

LD, No change

WOKING

LD, 16; C, 11; Lab, 7; Ind, 1.

LD, lose to NOC

WORCESTER

Lab, 22; C, 10; LD, 2; Ind, 2.

Lab, No change

WORTHING

LD, 21; C, 15.

LD, No change

WYRE FOREST

Lab, 28; LD, 6; C, 4; Lib, 3; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

Unitary authorities

BRISTOL

Lab, 43; LD, 17; C, 7; Vac, 1.

Lab, No change

DERBY

Lab, 37; C, 4; LD, 3.

Lab, No change

HARTLEPOOL

Lab, 33; LD, 8; C, 5; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

ISLE OF WIGHT

LD, 16; C, 15; Ind, 11; Lab, 4; Others, 2.

LD, lose to NOC

KINGSTON-UPON-HULL

Lab, 53; LD, 4; Ind, 2; C, 1.

Lab, No change

MILTON KEYNES

Lab, 27; LD, 19; C, 4; Ind, 1.

Lab, No change

PORTSMOUTH

Lab, 21; LD, 10; C, 8.

Lab, No change

SOUTHAMPTON

Lab, 28; LD, 14; C, 3.

Lab, No change

STOKE-ON-TRENT

Lab, 55; LD, 3; C, 1; Others, 1.

Lab, No change

SWINDON

Lab, 40; LD, 9; C, 5.

Lab, No change

KEY TO THE POLLS

Thursday's local government elections covered 166 English councils: 36 metropolitan authorities; 10 unitary authorities; 88 shire district councils; and 32 London boroughs.

* NOC=No overall control

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