Walsall: UKIP +3, Labour +2, Conservatives -3, Lib Dems -2.
UKIP now has 12 councillors in Basildon (compared to just one before polling day), and is the second biggest group on the council.
Basildon: The Conservatives have lost seven councillors, Labour two, the Lib Dems one and Independents one.
St Albans: +2 Labour, -2 Lib Dems.
Rushmoor: UKIP gains one seat, the Conservatives lose one.
Sky News projection: Labour would be 18 seats short of a majority in the House of Commons if tonight's results were replicated at the general election.
Sky News projection: UKIP would gain its first MP, in Castle Point, at the general election.
Stratford-on-Avon: +5 Conservatives, -3 Independents, -2 Lib Dems.
UKIP: Party got an average vote share of 47% in Rotherham in wards where it fielded candidates.
Dudley: UKIP gains seven seats. Conservatives lose four, Labour two and Independents one.
Wandsworth: Labour up six, Conservatives down five, Independents down one.
The Conservatives have now lost six councils to no overall control: Basildon, Brentwood, Castle Point, Purbeck, Southend-on-Sea and Peterborough.
Peterborough: UKIP gains three seats, while Labour gains one. Meanwhile, the Conservatives have lost four councillors.
Thurrock: Five more seats for UKIP. The Conservatives lose three councillors and Labour loses two.
Colchester: A single gain for Labour at the expense of the Lib Dems.
UKIP has gained its first councillor in Bristol. Michael Frost won Hengrove with 912 votes. The sitting Lib Dem councillor, Sylvia Doubell, was beaten into fourth behind Labour and the Greens.
Ipswich: Labour gains two seats from the Conservatives.