While faith in politics is currently at a low point, an election is a chance for thousands of young people to get interested in how our country is run after Brexit.

UKIP have lost the greater part of the seats they were guarding. Work increased more than 70 councilors yet wound up with no change to the quantities of boards they control, having neglected to take a few focuses from the Conservatives, including Wandsworth. They won back Plymouth and turned into the biggest party in Trafford and Tower Hamlets. The Tories won Barnet and Redditch and picked up from a fall in UKIP's vote to take Basildon and Peterborough from No Overall Control. However, swings to Labor in London imply that general they have lost councilors contrasted with the last time these seats were up, in 2014.

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