Results so far from local elections in England and Northern Ireland suggest voters are unhappy with the two main parties in Westminster.
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As it stands, the Conservatives have lost over 400 councillors while Labour have also seen dozens of losses. The Lib Dems and Greens have made gains.
According to Professor Sir John Curtice, on average independent candidates have won 25% of the vote in the 69 wards where they were standing – as shown by the rise in “Others”.
Groups of independents also gained control of two councils, while both Labour and the Conservatives suffered losses overnight.
The Lib Dems were the big winners in terms of councils, largely at the expense of the Tories.
All of the councils in Northern Ireland and the remaining 140 English councils will start counting on Friday morning with those results expected to be announced from midday.