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Babergh – Sudbury South 

Labour 336 (42.7 per cent, +16.3) Conservatives 335 (42.6 per cent, +5.3) Lib Dems 116 (14.7 per cent, +1.6)

Labour gain from Conservatives

Cannock Chase – Hednesford Green Heath

Labour (43.9 per cent, +11.1) Conservatives (36.8 per cent, -3.7) Green Party (10.5 per cent, +7.4) CIP (5.1 per cent, -0.2) UKIP (3.5 per cent, -14.7)

Labour gain from Conservatives

Cannock Chase – Hednesford South  

Green Party 513 (48.3 per cent, +42.1) Conservatives 311 (29.3 per cent, -11.9) Labour (17.9 per cent, -13.2) UKIP (4.5 per cent, -16.9)

Green Party gain from Conservatives

Colchester – Shrub End 

Conservatives (38.6 per cent, +19.4) Labour (32.4 per cent, +20.5) Lib Dems (21.1 per cent, -13.9) Independent (3.1 per cent, -9.7) UKIP (2.9 per cent, -10.9) Green Party (1.9 per cent, -5.6)

Conservatives gain from Lib Dems

Croydon – South Norwood 

Labour 1,671 (59.0, +7.9) Conservatives 475 (16.8 per cent, -3.4) Lib Dems 388 (13.7 per cent, +6.7) Green Party 218 (7.7 per cent, -3.3) UKIP 78 (2.8 per cent, -7.9)

Labour hold

East Cambridgeshire – Ely South 

Lib Dems 527 (39.9 per cent, +13.2) Conservatives 411 (31.1 per cent, -19.7) Labour 384 (29.0 per cent, +6.5)

Lib Dems gain from Conservatives

Glasgow – Cardonald 

Labour 2,614 (48.6 per cent, +10.1) SNP 1,927 (36.7 per cent, -7.5) Conservatives 552 (10.3 per cent, -1.7) Green Party 147 (2.7 per cent, +0.2) Lib Dems 80 (1.5 per cent, +1.5) Libertarian 12 (0.2 per cent, ++0.2)

Labour hold

Herefordshire – Golden Valley South

Independent 462 (42.7 per cent, +42.7) Conservatives 254 (23.5 per cent, -42.3) Independent 152 (14.1, per cent, +14.1) Green Party 109 (10.1 per cent, -7.1) Labour 104 (9.6 per cent, +9.6)

Independent gain from Conservatives

Lancaster – Skerton West 

Labour 512 (61.5 per cent, +24.5) Conservatives 288 (34.6 per cent, +8.7) Lib Dems 33 (4.0 per cent, +4.0)

Labour hold

Lewes – Ouse Valley & Ringmer 

Green Party 835 (38.7 per cent, +22.3) Conservatives 660 (30.6 per cent, +1.6) Lib Dems 457 (21.2 per cent, -8.0) Labour 167 (7.7 per cent, -4.4) UKIP 38 (1.8 per cent, -11.5)

Green Party gain from Conservatives

North Lanarkshire – Fortissat 

Labour (38.5 per cent, +2.0) Better Britain Unionist Party (23.3 per cent, +12.2) SNP (20.6 per cent, -8.4) Conservatives (11.5 per cent, -1.8) Independent (5.0 per cent, -5.1) Green Party (0.7 per cent, +0.7) UKIP (0.5 per cent, +0.5) – first preferences

Labour gain from Conservatives

Peterborough – Eye, Thorney & Newborough 

Conservatives 1,018 (52.3 per cent, +17.4) Labour 555 (28.5 per cent, +15.2) UKIP 279 (14.3 per cent, -7.5) Green Party 61 (3.1 per cent, -6.4) Lib Dems 35 (1.8 per cent, +1.8)

Conservatives hold

Staffordshire – Hednesford & Rawnsley 

Conservatives (32.5 per cent, -3.5) Labour (31.9 per cent, +4.2) Green Party (28.9 per cent, +3.8) UKIP (3.8 per cent, -3.9) Lib Dems (1.5 per cent, +1.5) CIP (1.4 per cent, -2.1)

Conservatives hold

Suffolk – St John’s  

Labour 1,247 (62.9 per cent, +5.3) Conservatives 483 (24.4 per cent, -7.3) Lib Dems 200 (10.1 per cent, +5.1) Green Party 52 (2.6 per cent, -3.1)

Labour hold.

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