|Conservative||Seats 28||Seats +/- 0|
|Labour||Seats 4||Seats +/- -2|
|United Kingdom Independence Party||Seats 3||Seats +/- +2|
|Liberal Democrat||Seats 1||Seats +/- 0|
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UKIP winner's call for changestandard
BBC Radio Northampton's Martin Heath reports: Two gains so far in Daventry for UKIP, with eight seats declared. Sean Connors, UKIP's winner in Drayton Ward, said: "I don't think you can say this is just a protest vote. People want to see real change in Daventry."
UKIP wins Daventry seatstweet
Martin Heath @heathm50 tweets: Sean Connors wins Drayton Ward for UKIP in Daventry Council elections. UKIP also wins Abbey North. Conservatives hold onto Abbey South.
Daventry win for UKIPstandard
UKIP's Nigel Carr takes the Abbey North ward in Daventry with 495 votes and turnout of 25.22%.
UKIP 'frightened life out of me'standard
Returning Daventry Tory councillor Colin Poole, who saw off a challenge from UKIP, told BBC Radio Northampton's Martin Heath: "UKIP vote frightened the life out of me. They do have a point nationally - but this was a local election."
Tories hold Daventry seatstandard
Conservatives hold Moulton ward on Daventry District Council.