The Conservatives held a seat in Leicestershire and another one in North Kesteven.
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The Conservatives lost a seat in South Northamptonshire to the Lib Dems and the Conservatives also lost a seat to an independent in Cherwell.
Labour held a seat in Doncaster. The Lib Dems won three seats in Southwark in a contest that was deferred from May.
The Conservatives held seats in Mid Devon and East Staffordshire – but lost a seat to the Lib Dems in South Oxfordshire.
The Conservatives held a seat in Horsham and gained a seat from the Lib Dems in Bristol – but lost one to them in Broadland and another one to an independent in North Kesteven.
Labour gained a seat from the Green Party in Lancaster. The Conservatives held a seat in Suffolk Coastal.
The Conservatives held a seat in Perth and Kinross but lost a seat to the Lib Dems in Warrington and another one to the Lib Dems in West Berkshire.
The Conservatives held a seat in South Northamptonshire but lost one to the Lib Dems in Chichester. Labour held a seat in St Edmundsbury
The Conservatives held seats in New Forest and in Fylde. The Green Party gained a seat form an independent in Taunton Deane. The Lib Dems gained a seat from the SNP in the Highlands.
In the only contest taking place this week Labour held a set in Knowsley.
The Conservatives lost seats to the Lib Dems in Aylesbury Vale and to Labour in Staffordshire Moorlands. But the Conservatives gained seats from UKIP in Thurrock and from an independent in Chiltern.
Looking back, 55 years of Liberal and Liberal Democrat by-election success looks less important than UKIP’s two-year surge.
The Conservatives held two seats in South Kesteven and gained a seat from an independent in Redcar and Cleveland.
The Conservatives lost seats to Labour in Nottingham and Medway, to independents in Rutland and East Hampshire, and to a Lib Dem in Dacorum.
The Conservatives held seats in Basingstoke & Deane and Solihull. The Lib Dems held a seat in East Devon – while the SNP held a seat in Clackmannanshire.