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Ashfield DC- Selston

Selston Independent 1,180 (66.5 per cent, +21.8 on May), Independent 294 (16.6 per cent, +16.6), Labour 172 (9.7 per cent, -4.3), UKIP 77 (4.3 per cent, +4.3), Conservatives 52  (2.9 per cent, +2.9)

Selston Independent hold

Fife UA, – Dunfermline North

SNP 1,056 (43.5 per cent, +11.9 on 2012), Labour 719 (29.6 per cent, -18.6), Conservatives 304 (12.5 per cent, +5.9), Lib Dems 230 (9.5 per cent, -4.1), Green Party 63 (2.6 per cent, +2.6), UKIP 58 (2.4 per cent, +2.4)

SNP hold

Fife UA, Rosyth

SNP 1,214 (45.2 per cent, +9.4 on 2012), Labour 926 (34.5 per cent, -13.2), Conservatives 245 (9.1 per cent, +3.3), Lib Dems 97 (3.6 per cent, -3.5), UKIP 88 (3.3 per cent, +0.7), Independent 66 (2.5 per cent, +2.5) Green Party 51(1.9 per cent, +1.9)

SNP hold

Gwynedd UA – Pwllheli South

No Description 269 (45.4 per cent, +45.4 on 2012), Plaid Cymru 168 (28.4 per cent, -11.9) Independent 106 (17.9 per cent) Llais Gwynedd 49 (8.3 per cent, -51.4)

No Description gain Llais Gwynedd

Lancaster DC – Carnforth & Millhead

Conservatives 545 (54.9 per cent, +6.9 on May), Labour 320 (32.2 per cent, -2.8), Green Party 52 (5.2 per cent, -11.7), Lib Dems 38 (3.8 per cent, +3.8) UKIP 37 (3.7 per cent, +3.7)

Conservatives hold

Newport UA – Bettws

Independent 336 (31.8 per cent, +31.8 on 2012), Labour 294 (27.9 per cent, -10.3), Independent 275 (26.1 per cent, +26.1), Conservatives 114 (10.8 per cent, +10.8), Green Party 29 , Lib Dems 7

Independent hold

Nottinghamshire CC – Selston

Selston Independent 2,054 (59.2 per cent, -12.6 on 2013) Independent 794 (22.9 per cent, +22.9) Labour 355 (10.2 per cent, -13.3) UKIP 161 (4.6 per cent, +4.6) Conservatives 103 (3.0 per cent; +3.0)

Selston Independent hold

Rochford DC – Rochford

Labour 332 (32.4 per cent, +3.2 on May) Conservatives 328 (32.0 per cent, -8.2) UKIP 250 (24.4 per cent, -6.2) Lib Dems 114 (11.1 per cent, +11.1)

Labour gain from Conservatives

Wiltshire UA – St Edmund & Milford

Conservatives 425 (36.0 per cent, +13.0 on 2013), Lib Dems 262 (22.2 per cent; -20.8) Labour 232 (19.7 per cent; +5.2) Green Party 215 (18.2 per cent,  +10.7) Independent 45 (3.8 per cent, +3.8)

Conservatives gain from Lib Dems

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