2014 United Kingdom local elections
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162 councils in England
5 directly-elected mayors
All 11 councils in Northern Ireland
Map showing results of English and Northern Irish local elections, 2014. Black represents No Overall Control, white represents areas that did not hold an election, blue represents the Conservative Party, red represents the Labour Party and gold represents the Liberal Democrats. Areas in light red represent the Democratic Unionist Party. Dark green represents Sinn Féin and light green represents the SDLP. Areas shown in grey are outside England and Northern Ireland.
The 2014 United Kingdom local elections were held on 22 May 2014. It was on the same day as the European elections.
Results[change | change source]
- 2,121 Labour Party Councillors were elected (up 324),
- 1,364 Conservatives (down 236),
- 427 Liberal Democrats (down 310),
- 163 UK Independence Party (up 161),
- 38 Greens (up 18),
- 53 Residents Association (up 14),
- 18 Tower Hamlets First (up 18),
- 2 Liberal Party (down 2),
- 1 British National Party (down 1),
- 1 Independent Community and Health Concern (down 2),
- 71 Independents (up 18) were elected.
References[change | change source]
- Swing figures are between the BBC national projected vote share extrapolation from United Kingdom local elections, 2013, and the BBC equivalent vote share projection from these local elections held in different areas
- England: 163 councillors (+161 net). Northern Ireland: 3 councillors (+2 net)