London Local Council Election Results 2022|Council Election Results 2022

bromley council election results|walsall election results 2022|wokingham election results 2022|brent election results 2022|dudley council election results 2022|highland council election results 2022:Westminster City Council had been run by the Tories since its creation in 1964 but Labour won a majority of seats overnight.It also won the flagship Conservative boroughs of Wandsworth and Barnet.The outgoing leader of Wandsworth said “the issue of Boris Johnson” had lost his party votes in the area.

here were a mix of cheers and disappointment at counts in the capital and across England when parties found out the results of this year’s council elections.So far, Labour has made gains in London councils held by Tories for decades and Liberal Democrats have performed well.

London local council election results 2022


Boris Johnson’s Conservatives are counting their losses as the party lost flagship seats Westminster and Wandsworth in the 2022 local election.The Tories were dealt a blow in the traditionally blue boroughs, with Labour taking Westminster City Council for the first time since its creation half a century ago.Wandsworth was considered the jewel in the Tories’ crown, where the party consistently trumpeted among the lowest council tax rates in Britain.

The south west London borough  was considered one of Margaret Thatcher’s favourites.Keir Starmer’s Labour also regain control of Barnet, an area of north London with a large Jewish population, in what the leader has hailed as a vote of confidence in the party’s progress in tackling the party’s anti-semitism scandal.Results in key battlegrounds are yet to come, as the Croydon and Tower Hamlets counts continue throughout the day.

walsall election results 2022

Conservatives in Walsall bucked the national trend and increased their majority in this year’s local election. The Tories claimed the Blakenhall seat from Labour and defended the 12 which were up for ballot giving them a total of 38 of the 60 seats available.

Nationally, the Conservatives had suffered shock losses which have been attributed to what has been going on in Westminster. But a delighted Walsall Council leader Mike Bird said they had focused on what was happening locally and had a mandate to continue tackling issues such as fly-tipping, regenerating the town centre and transforming the authority.

Walsall Labour group leader Aftab Nawaz said he was disappointed to lose Blakenall and not make in-roads into the Conservatives’ majority but pleased he held on to his St Matthews seat.

wokingham election results 2022

Voters in Wokingham Borough took to the polls on Thursday (May 5) for the Local Elections 2022. People flocked to polling stations across the area to decide on who should represent them on the borough council.

Candidates from across the political spectrum waited as counting takes place today, Friday, May 6. Seats were up for grabs in council wards across Wokingham Borough – including in Winnersh, Arborfield and Wokingham itself.

brent election results 2022

Like many local authorities, Wokingham has started counting local election results during the day as a result of the pandemic. Counting will take place throughout Friday, May 6, as a result of this change.

Labour maintained its strong grip in Brent after it secured a healthy majority at this year’s local elections. It returned 49 out of 57 councillors, with the Conservatives taking five seats and the Liberal Democrats winning three. While it’s a resounding victory it means Labour, which has been in power in Brent since 2010, has lost a small amount of ground, having won 57 of the 63 seats four years ago when there were more up for grabs.

Changes to the ward boundaries mean there are six fewer seats on the council than in 2018. A number of new wards were introduced as part of the boundary changes, with Labour completing a clean sweep of 15 councillors across Harlesden and Kensal Green, Kingsbury, Cricklewood and Mapesbury, Roundwood, Wembley Hill and Wembley Park.

Before the election, there were four Conservative councillors – despite a poor showing nationally, the Brent branch will be encouraged by the increase to its representation on the council. And the Liberal Democrats will be pleased to see two more councillors join Cllr Anton Georgiou as they look to increase their influence on council decision making.

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election results scotland 2022

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How this election works

Counting under way. After 18 of 32 councils declared.

  1. Independent
    • Councils Total 3
    • Councils Change 0
    • Councillors Total 134
    • Councillors Change -12
  2. Scottish National Party
    • Councils Total 1
    • Councils Change +1
    • Councillors Total 349
    • Councillors Change +21
  3. Labour
    • Councils Total 1
    • Councils Change +1
    • Councillors Total 207
    • Councillors Change +14
  4. Conservative
    • Councils Total 0
    • Councils Change 0
    • Councillors Total 163
    • Councillors Change -49
  5. Liberal Democrat
    • Councils Total 0
    • Councils Change 0
    • Councillors Total 65
    • Councillors Change +16
  6. Green
    • Councils Total 0
    • Councils Change 0
    • Councillors Total 19
    • Councillors Change +10
  7. Post-election Vacancy
    • Councils Total 0
    • Councils Change 0
    • Councillors Total 3
    • Councillors Change 0
  8. No Overall Control
    • Councils Total 13
    • Councils Change -2
    • Councillors Total –

London and UK local election 2022 results

See the full list of London local election 2022 results in your borough:

Each of London’s 32 boroughs held local elections on Thursday, 5 May.

The results will appear here as each area declares the result on Friday.

You can also find the election results for the Home Counties in our live results tracker.

  • Barking and Dagenham – LABOUR (hold)
  • Barnet – LABOUR (gain from Conservative)
  • Bexley – CONSERVATIVE (hold)
  • Brent – LABOUR (hold)
  • Bromley – YET TO DECLARE
  • Camden – LABOUR (hold)
  • Croydon – YET TO DECLARE
  • Ealing – LABOUR (hold)
  • Enfield – LABOUR (hold)
  • Greenwich – YET TO DECLARE
  • Hackney – YET TO DECLARE
  • Hammersmith and Fulham – LABOUR (hold)
  • Harrow – YET TO DECLARE
  • Haringey – YET TO DECLARE
  • Havering – NO PARTY MAJORITY (no change)
  • Hillingdon – CONSERVATIVE (hold)
  • Hounslow – LABOUR (hold)
  • Islington – LABOUR (hold)
  • Kensington and Chelsea – CONSERVATIVE (hold)
  • Kingston – YET TO DECLARE
  • Lambeth – YET TO DECLARE
  • Lewisham – YET TO DECLARE
  • Merton – LABOUR (hold)
  • Newham – YET TO DECLARE
  • Redbridge – LABOUR (hold)
  • Richmond – LIB DEM (hold)
  • Southwark – LABOUR (hold)
  • Sutton – LIB DEM (hold)
  • Tower Hamlets – YET TO DECLARE
  • Waltham Forest – LABOUR (hold)
  • Wandsworth – LABOUR (gain from Conservative)
  • Westminster- LABOUR (gain from Conservative)

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