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Barnsley – Old Town 

Labour 548 (44.2 per cent, -5.9 on May) Democrats & Veterans 338 (27.3 per cent, +27.3) Conservatives 157 (12.7 per cent, -1.8) Lib Dems 124 (10.0 per cent, +10.0) Yorkshire Party 47 (3.8 per cent, +3.8) BNP 25 (2.0 per cent, +2.0)

Labour hold

Darlington – Cockerton 

Labour 555 (51.0 per cent, +7.9 on 2015) Conservatives 239 (22.0 per cent, -2.8) Lib Dems 104 (9.6 per cent, -5.5) Independent 93 (8.5 per cent, +8.5) For Britain 63 (5.8 per cent, +5.8) Green Party 34 (3.1 per cent, -14.0)

Labour hold.

East Dorset – Verwood East

Conservatives 706 (75.1 per cent) Labour 234 (24.9 per cent). Last time the Conservatives were unopposed.

Conservatives hold

Elmbridge – Oxshott & Stoke d’Abernon

Conservatives 1,297 (72.0 per cent, -4.7 on May) Lib Dems 463 (25.7 per cent, +9.7) UKIP 42 (2.3 per cent, +0.1)

Conservatives hold.

Hartlepool – Rural West

Conservatives 678 (45.4 per cent, -5.2 on May) Independent 546 (36.5 per cent, +36.5) Labour 184 (12.3 per cent, -0.3) Green Party 87 (5.8 per cent, -5.6)

Conservatives hold

Lewes – Chailey & Wivelsfield

Conservatives 563 (53.6 per cent, +4.8 on 2015) Lib Dems 324 (30.8 per cent, +5.0) Labour 104 (9.9 per cent, +9.9) Green Party 60 (5.7 per cent, -6.3)

Conservatives hold.

Norfolk – Yare & All Saints 

Conservatives 955 (66.2 per cent, -6.6 on 2017) Labour 337 (22.4 per cent, +10.1) Lib Dems 182 (11.4 per cent, -3.5)

Conservatives hold.

Rutland – Oakham South West 

Independent 178 (29.8 per cent, +29.8 on 2015) Lib Dems 177 (29.6 per cent, +29.6) Conservatives 163 (27.3 per cent, -5.7) Labour 80 (13.4 per cent, +13.4)

Independent gain from Conservatives.

Waveney – Pakefield 

Conservatives 643 (43.8 per cent, +11.9) Labour 600 (40.9 per cent, -5.2) UKIP 116 (7.9 per cent, +7.9) Green Party 64 (4.4 per cent, -8.3) Lib Dems 44 (3.0 per cent, -6.3)

Conservatives gain from Labour.

Waveney – Southwold & Reydon

Lib Dems 1,005 (71.4 per cent, +71.4 on 2015) Conservatives 307 (21.8 per cent, -28.4) Labour 78 (5.5 per cent, -14.7) UKIP 18 (1.3 per cent, -13.4)

Lib Dems gain from Conservatives.

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