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Good Morning Scotland reporter
Boundary changes have occurred here. 2012 seats are an estimate of what the result would have been then if the new boundaries had been in place.
|Party||Seats 2012||Seats 2017||Change|
|Seats 201211||Seats 20178||Change−3|
|Seats 20127||Seats 20177||Change-|
|Seats 20121||Seats 20174||Change+3|
|Seats 20121||Seats 20172||Change+1|
|Seats 20122||Seats 20171||Change−1|
|Change compared with|
With just Glasgow and North Lanarkshire still to declare, Labour has lost more than 100 councillors and is no longer the biggest party in former strongholds such as Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire.
Just three of Scotland's councils now have Labour as the largest party - East Lothian, Inverclyde and Midlothian.
Labour has eight seats, one ahead of the SNP in Inverclyde.
There is one Lib Dem (one down on 2012); two Conservatives (one up on 2012) and four independents (three up on 2012).
Inverclyde had been a Labour minority administration.
Note: The 2012 election saw 20 seats contested. Following boundary changes, the 2017 election had 22 seats up for grabs.
Rejected ballots 29