The Leeds City Council election results are in

labour retain leeds
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The Leeds City Council election results are in – and Labour have retained control of the council.

Labour has remained in control in the three largest councils in West Yorkshire and gained another from no overall control in the local elections.

The party holds Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield and has gained Kirklees by winning three additional seats.

In Wakefield, the last UKIP councillor in the county lost his seat as David Dews in Wrenthorpe and Outwood West lost out to the Conservatives.

There was no change in Calderdale which remains in no overall control.

Labour now have 24 seats, the Tories 19, the Liberal Democrats six and the Independents have two.

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