As the dust settles on the elections that took place last week, we have summarised the results from across the country.
The SNP remain in power with 63 out of 129 seats in the Scottish Parliament. The Scottish Conservatives overtook Scottish Labour as the second largest party. They gained an additional 16 MSPs to take their tally to 31. Scottish Labour finished with 24 MSPs and the Greens and the Liberal Democrats got 6 and 5 MSPs respectively.
Scottish Conservatives: 31
Scottish Labour: 24
Lib Dem: 5
In Wales Labour have retained power, but have fallen just short of an overall majority. UKIP managed to win seats in Wales for the very first time.
Plaid Cymru: 12
Lib Dems: 1
Northern Ireland Assembly
The DUP managed to win the same number of seats as last time meaning Arlene Foster will remain as First Minister.
Sinn Féin: 28
People Before Profit: 2
Independent Unionist: 1
Sadiq Khan has been elected as London’s new Mayor. He polled 1,310,143 votes while his nearest rival, Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith, received 994,614 votes.
Green Party: 2
Lib Dem: 1
Police and Crime Commissioners – England and Wales
Elections were held in 40 police force areas.
Plaid Cymru: 2
England – council elections
Council elections were held in 124 English councils and the following results were returned.
Labour: 58 councils; 1,326 seats
Conservative: 38 councils; 842 seats
Liberal Democrat: 4 councils; 378 seats
Independent: 77 seats
UKIP: 58 seats
Green Party: 45 seats
Residents: 39 seats
Liberal: 4 seats