|Conservative||Seats 16||Seats +/- -1|
|Labour||Seats 12||Seats +/- 0|
|United Kingdom Independence Party||Seats 1||Seats +/- +1|
|Independent||Seats 1||Seats +/- 0|
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UKIP's Madge 'proud'standard
Tony Madge (UKIP) was elected to the Stonydelph seat in Tamworth.
He told BBC WM: "I'm very proud to be the first UKIP councillor on Tamworth council, I'm very happy.
"I joined UKIP, I like what they did, I've campaigned hard door-to-door and leaflets. It was an amazing result, superb."
Miliband visit cancelledtweet
Conservative MP Christopher Pincher tweets: Plans for Ed Miliband to visit Tamworth this morning have, apparently, been cancelled.
The Conservatives retained overall control of the council with 16 seats to Labour's 12.
The UKIP factor
Political editor, West Midlands
Look at the Midland marginals: At Tamworth Council, which was definitely on the Labour hit list, the Conservatives remain in control partly because of the UKIP factor there. Three gains for UKIP in Walsall - another Labour target authority - and the UKIP factor holding Labour back even in Birmingham. So the UKIP factor has a variegated effect from one place to the next.