Nearly all of England’s 146 councils that had an election have declared. More than 4,000 council seats were being contested. The Liberal Democrats gained the most seats, while Labour gained control of the most councils. The Conservatives lost more than 300 seats.
The Mayor of South Yorkshire has also been elected alongside six other local authority mayors.
In Scotland, all results for the 32 councils have been declared, with the SNP finishing as the largest party. In Wales, Labour has gained the most seats, while Plaid Cymru took control of three councils.
In Northern Ireland, voters are electing all 90 MLAs to the Stormont Assembly. Sinn Féin received the most first-preference votes by a wide margin, but final results for all the seats in the assembly will continue into Saturday.