Selby District Council

Election results for 2019

    Elected in 2019
    Total
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    16
    16
    -6
    Elected in 2019
    Total
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    8
    8
    No results
    Elected in 2019
    Total
    +/-
    7
    7
    +6

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Conservatives keep control of Selby Council

The Conservative Party has held control of Selby Council after winning 16 of the 31 seats available, six fewer than it won the last time these seats were up for election in 2015. The Labour Party won eight seats, the same as last time.

Seven independent candidates won seats, six more than won last time.

A full breakdown of results for Selby will be available from the council website, and for full national results use the BBC's live results service.

This story has been generated using BBC election data and some automation.

Conservatives keep control of Selby Council
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First election results for York and North Yorkshire

The first results are coming through in York and North Yorkshire's local elections.

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The first ward to declare was Tanfield, where David Anthony Webster of the Conservative Party was elected with 600 votes.

In Ryedale, Steve Mason has taken the Amotherby ward for the Liberal democrats from the Conservatives.

Councillor Mason is a member of Frack Free United and his ward includes Kirby Misperton, where Third Energy plans to frack.

In Selby, Labour has held its three seats in the Selby East ward, while the Conservatives have held Thorpe Willoughby, Cawood and Wistow.

Meanwhile City of York Council says turnout at the local elections is provisionally at just over 40%, which is higher than previous votes.

Other counts in North Yorkshire are due to declare through the afternoon.