Hyndburn Borough Council

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2021 Labour hold, from 2019

Counting complete. After 13 of 13 seats declared.

Change compared with 2019
  1. Labour

    • Councillors elected in 2021 total 6
    • Councillors elected in 2021 change -4
    • Councillors overall total 22
  2. Conservative

    • Councillors elected in 2021 total 7
    • Councillors elected in 2021 change +4
    • Councillors overall total 12
  3. Independent

    • Councillors elected in 2021 total 0
    • Councillors elected in 2021 change 0
    • Councillors overall total 1
  1. Election results: Labour hold Blackburn with Darwen

    The first results are coming in from Lancashire councils this afternoon.

    Labour held on comfortably to Blackburn with Darwen - the first authority in the county to declare since Chorley in the early hours.

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  2. School closures across Lancashire

    There are 13 schools closed in Rossendale, five in Hyndburn, five in Blackburn, two in Chorley and one in Ormskirk.

    For more information, check BBC Radio Lancashire on Facebook or on air on 95.5, 103.9, 104.5FM, DAB and Freeview channel 720.

  3. Police drop mayor sexual abuse inquiry

    A former mayor who resigned after being accused of sexually abusing three men will face no further action, police have said.

    Peter Britcliffe

    Peter Britcliffe, who served as mayor of Hyndburn, was accused of assaulting the men between January and July 2017.

    The 67-year-old, who also sits on Lancashire County Council, was interviewed by officers in January.

    Lancashire Police said following advice from prosecutors, it had been decided that the matter was "now closed".

  4. Random drug testing plan for council staff

    Local Democracy Reporting Service

    Some council staff in Lancashire could be subject to random drug and alcohol testing under new plans proposed by Hyndburn Council.

    Hyndburn Borough Council

    The council plans to revise its drug and alcohol policy to include random testing for employees in safety critical roles.

    This includes workers who operate machinery, regularly drive or work on the highways.

    Staff who handle chemicals could also be tested, as could those who face a high risk of conflict or who work at height.

    Discussions have taken place between the council and Unison since March, after the union raised concerns.

    The policy would include a "last chance" option for anyone caught with drugs or alcohol in their system if the person admits to having a problem and can show that they are seeking support.

    If the policy is approved, groups would be selected for random testing between six and 12 times a year from October.

    The plans will be discussed by the council on Thursday.

  5. Local Elections 2018: Labour retains Hyndburn

    Labour has kept power in Hyndburn, defending all seven of seats up for election.

    The party has 26 councillors, with the Conservatives taking their tally to nine after wiping out UKIP by taking two seats.