Votes are being counted across the country after people headed to the polls in a series of local elections yesterday, Thursday, May 6.

During what’s been dubbed as ‘Super Thursday,’ elections were held in England, Scotland, and Wales.

Several mayoral contests took place, most notably, in London, where Sadiq Khan is hoping to hold onto his title for another year.

In other parts of England, people voted in their local council elections while parliamentary votes took place in Scotland and Wales.

Meanwhile, residents of Hartlepool voted in a by-election, where Conservative candidate Jill Mortimer defeated Labour candidate Dr Paul Williams by 6,940 votes.

Here are the local elections for England’s district councils and unitary authorities, county councils and the Scottish and Welsh Parliament, as they come in:

England local authority elections

England county council elections

Scottish Parliament

Welsh Parliament

Looking for the London mayoral election results? Click here for the latest updates.

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