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Cotswold – Grumbolds Ash with Avening

Conservatives 420 (64.7 per cent, -6.8 from 2015) Lib Dems 136 (21.0 per cent, -7.6) Labour 93 (14.3 per cent, +14.3)

Conservatives hold

Dover – St Margaret’s-at-Cliffe

Conservatives 750 (70.5 per cent, +17.7) Labour 314 (29.5 per cent, +7.6)

Conservatives hold

Herefordshire – Bishops Frome and Cradley

Green Party 471 (45.3 per cent, +13.9 from 2015) Conservatives 299 (28.8 per cent, -39.8) Lib Dems 251 (24.1 per cent, +24.1) Labour 19 (1.8 per cent, +1.8)

Green Party gain from Conservatives.

Leicester – Eyres Monsell 

Labour 556 (53.2 per cent, +10.6 from 2015) Lib Dems 320 (30.6 per cent, +23.1) Conservatives 170 (16.3 per cent, -1.9)

Labour hold

Neath Port Talbot – Bryn-côch South 

Plaid Cymru 525 (49.5 per cent, +4.5 from May) Labour 306 (28.8 per cent, +4.5) Conservatives 105 (9.9 per cent, -9.5) Lib Dems 92 (8.7 per cent, +3.3) UKIP 33 (3.1 per cent, +3.1)

Plaid Cymru hold

Perth & Kinross – Perth City South

SNP (32.1 per cent, +6.3) Conservatives (31.2 per cent, +6.0) Lib Dems (28.8 per cent, -5.9) Labour (5.7 per cent, -0.7) Green Party (1.8 per cent, -1.2) Independent (0.5 per cent, +0.5). Figures on first preferences – Conservative elected after transfers.

Conservatives hold

South Lanarkshire – Rutherglen Central & North 

Labour (38.5 per cent, +7.5 from May) SNP (27.4 per cent, -12.0) Lib Dems (18.2 per cent, +8.9) Conservatives (12.1 per cent, -4.2) Green Party (2.9 per cent, -1.1) UKIP (0.9 per cent, +0.9) Figures on first preferences.

Labour hold

Stockton-on-Tees – Parkfield & Oxbridge

Labour 707 (54.7 per cent, +2.2 from January 2016) Conservatives 409 (30.8 per cent, -1.1) Independent 156 (11.7 per cent, +11.7) Lib Dems 37 (2.8 per cent, -2.9)

Labour hold 

Stroud – Chalford 

Conservatives 751 (45.2 per cent, +8.6 from 2016) Labour 421 (25.4 per cent, -6.1) Green Party 342 (20.6 per cent, -11.3) Lib Dems 146 (8.8 per cent, +8.8)

Conservatives hold

Wakefield – Wakefield West

Labour 1,118 (49.6 per cent, +7.1 from 2016) Conservatives 933 (41.4 per cent, +12.5) Yorkshire Party 156 (6.9 per cent, +6.9) Lib Dems 46 (2.0 per cent, +2.0)

Labour hold

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