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Barnsley – Kingstone 

Labour 740 (57.5 per cent, -2.4 on 2016) Lib Dems 247 (19.2 per cent, +19.2) Conservatives 113 (8.8 per cent, -3.5) Green Party 87 (6.8 per cent, -4.1) BNP 75 (5.8 per cent, -5.2) Demos 25 (1.9 per cent, +1.9)

Labour hold

Breckland – Thetford Priory 

Labour 503 (57.7 per cent, +28.0 on 2015) Conservatives 257 (29.5 per cent, -3.7) UKIP 112 (12.8 per cent, -24.3)

Labour gain from Conservatives.

Durham – Trimdon & Thornley 

Labour 1,150 (65.4 per cent, +15.2) Independent 351 (20.0 per cent, +20.0) Lib Dems 117 (6.7 per cent, -3.7) Conservatives 112 (6.4 per cent, -12.8) Green Party 29 (1.6 per cent, 1.6)

Labour hold

East Staffordshire – Stretton  

Conservatives 762 (47.2 per cent, +2.1 on 2015) Independent 455 (28.2 per cent, +28.2) Labour 311 (19.2 per cent, -0.4) UKIP 52 (3.2 per cent, -24.4) Lib Dems 36 (2.2 per cent, +2.2)

Conservatives hold

Harlow – Toddbrook 

Labour 702 (52.2 per cent, +13.6 on 2016) Conservatives 486 (36.1 per cent, +11.4) UKIP 98 (7.3 per cent, -29.4) Green Party 41 (3.0 per cent, +3.0) Lib Dems 19 (1.4 per cent, +1.4)

Labour hold

Harrogate – Washburn

Conservatives 363 (75.3 per cent, +0.3 on 2016) Labour 61 (12.5 per cent, -0.9) Green Party 44 (8.4 per cent, +8.4) Yorkshire Party 19 (3.9 per cent, +3.9)

Conservatives hold

Highland – Tain

Independent 1,266 (49.4 per cent, +25.1 on May) SNP 612 (23.9 per cent, -4.6) Lib Dems 372 (14.5 per cent, -8.8) Conservatives 233 (9.1 per cent, -10.1) Independent 68 (2.7 per cent, +2.7) Libertarian 13 (0.5 per cent, +0.5) First preferences.

Independent gain from Lib Dems

Lancaster – Halton-with-Aughton 

Labour 247 (27.4 per cent, +18.0 on 2015) Green Party 245 (27.2 per cent, -0.9) Conservatives 236 (26.2 per cent, +2.0) Lib Dems 174 (19.3 per cent, +19.3)

Labour gain from Independent.

Northampton Eastfield 

Labour 493 (50.5 per cent, +13.5 on 2015) Conservatives 288 (29.5 per cent, -4.1) Lib Dems 195 (20.0 per cent, +16.7)

Labour hold

Northampton – Nene Valley 

Conservatives 803 (52.5 per cent, +10.1 on 2015) Labour 343 (22.4 per cent, +7.8) Lib Dems 293 (19.2 per cent, +9.3) Green Party 91 (5.9 per cent, +5.9)

Conservatives hold

St Edmundsbury  Chedburgh

Conservatives 372 (65.8 per cent, -34.2 on 2015) Labour 128 (22.7 per cent, +22.7) Lib Dems 65 (11.5 per cent, +11.5)

Conservatives hold

St Edmundsbury – Hundon

Conservatives 357 (80.6 per cent, +17.2 on 2015) Lib Dems 86 (19.4 per cent, +19.4)

Conservatives hold

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