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Local elections 2022: when to expect results

Millions of voters will head for the UK elections in question of hours, with local elections are held in England, Scotland and Wales.

In England there is over Competed for 4,300 seats, including all areas of London, while all of 32 Councils of Scotland and 22 Councils of Wales up forgets.

They will match with Northern Ireland Assembly Elections, with voters decide on Send 90 members representing 18 districts to Stormont.

Here Independent looks at estimated timings for key declarations for local elections.

Thursday 22:00

Voting closes across the UK.

Midnight to 3:00

first killed of results we will begin dripping in from about 1 o’clock in the morning, with Newcastle upon Tyne, Exeter, Basildon, Bolton and South Tyneside all set announce before 2 am.

result for Sunderland – Labor run council since 1974 – expected to have also expected drop at 2 am, with conservatives who want cause shock and earn enough to leave the board in no overall control.

Another results till 3am includes Halton, Bolton, Broxbourne, Brentwood, Hart, Rushmoor, Tameside, Tamworth, Wigan, Worcester, Amber Valley, Chorley, Croydon, Harlow, Hartlepool, Plymouth, Redditch, Rochford, Sandwell, Sefton, Sunderland, Thurrock , Wirral, Oldham, Cumberland, Fareham, Ipswich, Lincoln, North East Lancashire, Peterborough, Preston and Stevenage.

from 3 to 5 am

More results from London will begin filtration in with tory safe advice of Westminster is due to announce at 3am.

In the same time results are also was expected from Sheffield, which Labor lost due to lack of full control over last elections. party hope to win seats from the Liberal Democrats in win back advice.

Elsewhere Eastleigh, Epping Forrest, Oxford, Portsmouth, Southendon- Sea, Tundridge, Hammersmith and Fulham, Waltham Forest, Wolverhampton, Colchester, Kingston upon Hull, Redbridge, Barking and Dagenham, Coventry, Dudley, Ealing, Hillingdon, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Salford, Sutton, Bexley and Hounslow. expected before 5 am.

from 5 am to 7 am

London area of Wandsworth, Council in tory hands for more than four decades one of labor key goals and is expected to be announced at 5:30 am. Work group leader on council said Independent this week: “Coming down to several votes here and there in key chambers.”

result for Derby City Council also expected to be announced in early hours of Friday morning. Voters in 2018 in in area elected more Tory advisers than Labor for in first time since 1990 and Sir Keir Starmer should seek to penetrate.

Havering, Kensington and Chelsea, Merton, Southampton, Southwark, Richmond upon Thames, Enfield, Stockport, Brent and Barnsley also expected to be announced.

9 am

brief moment of respite from results as you count begins for 71 more tips in England and all councils in Scotland and Wales. Bulletins will also begin be counted in Northern Ireland for 90 members of Assembly.

Noon to 14:00

The results are likely to resume, with in first results also from Scotland. Expected declarations include Gateshead, Moray, Cambridge, Cannock Chase, Comhairl nan Eileen Ciar, Huntingdonshire, Orkney, Perth and Kinross, Shetland, Solihull, Walsall, Westmoreland and Furness, Calderdale.

from 14:00 to 16:00

By this point, the results come quickly. The battlefield of the Conservatives and Labor, Newcastle-under-Lyme, must finish counting, along with East Renfrewshire – threeway battle between the Tories, Labor and the SNP.

In Wales, Labor wants to take control of Blainau Gwent from group of independent, while Flintshire is test of tory popularity in en area in what they did well in 2019 general elections.

Between 14:00 and 15:00 Carmarthenshire, Castle Point, Cheltenham, Conwy, Crawley, Dumfries and Galloway, Dundee, Renfrewshire East, Elmbridge, Inverclyde, Maidstone, Rossendale, Runnymede, Slough, West Oxfordshire, Worthing, Wrexham, Argyll and Bute, Burnley, Clackmannanshire, East Lothian, Fife, Havant, Reigate and Banstead, Scottish Borders, Three Rivers and Woking, should announce.

More results expected from 15:00 Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Angus, Blainau, Gwent, Bromley, Caerphilly, Camden, Denbighshire, East Ayrshire, Flintshire, Hyndburn, Knowsley, Manchester, Merthyr Tydfil, North Ayrshire, Reading, South Ayrshire, South Cambridgeshire, Stirling , Thorfan, Trafford, Welwyn Hatfield, West Dunbartonshire, West Lothian, Ceredigion, East Dunbartonshire, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Isle of Anglesey, North Lanarkshire, Rochdale, West Lancashire and Highlands.

from 16:00 to 18:00

Results are expected from Glasgow and, as Colin Drury writes, the SNP is keen to accept complete the control of in city advice for in first time. Westminster Observers will also watch for results of Wakefield after retirement of MP Imran Ahmad Khan, who was convicted last month of sexual abuse of a 15-year-old year-old boy.

While Labor is expected to lead the council, sociologist Peter Kellner suggests that if Labor “wins clear lead in wards who do up a seat in parliament, it can signal labor benefit” in upcoming by-election in Wakefield – currently expected in June. Khan won Labor’s traditional voting seat in the 2019 election general elections as part of Boris Johnson red wall profit.

Also expected to announce Adur, Birmingham, Blackburn. with Darwen, Haringey, Hastings, Midlothian, Milton Keynes, Maul Valley, Norwich, Rhonda Cynon Tough, Rugby, Somerset, South Lanarkshire, St Albans, Leeds, Pendle, Tunbridge Wells, Basingstoke and Dean, Bridgend, Cardiff, Gosport, Gwynedd , Harrow, North Yorkshire, Powys, St Helens, Swansea, Swindon, Watford, Wokingham, Pembrokeshire, Renfrewshire, Bradford, Greenwich, Islington, Lambeth, Lewisham, Monmouthshire, Neath Port Talbot, Newport, Winchester and Kingston upon Thames.

Friday evening

Overwhelming majority of in results should be in to this moment, with Kirklees, North Hertfordshire, Hackney, Newham, Cherwell, Vail of Glamorgan and Bury are to announce this after 6:00 pm.

Saturday

final result in local elections should be in around noon on Saturday, with London area of Tower Hamlets announcement. results are also expected in elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly, with a small chance of comes to Monday.

After the elections, 90 new elected members of the assembly will convene within eight days, and the decisive process of elections of a new speaker with Cross-community support and position of first minister we will begin.

result can bring in historical change, with a recent poll conducted Belfast Telegraph put Sinn Féin on of course be the biggest party in Stormont and select it first minister for very first time. However, DUP leader Sir Geoffrey Donaldson said he was “not bothered” by the shock poll and said he was confident he was right. party doesn’t matter win assembly elections. This could be the start of long process, with 24 weeks available form an executive branch.

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