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Local Elections 2018
Full details of the election results can be seen at: https://www.leeds.gov.uk/your-council/elections/election-results
As a result of the local elections in Leeds which saw 33 wards contested and three councillors elected per ward, the new make-up of the city council is as follows:

Overall political composition (99 seats in total):

  • Labour [LAB]: 61 seats (up from 58)
  • Conservative [CON]: 22 seats (up from 19)
  • Lib Dem [LD]: 6 seats (down from 9)

Morley Borough Independents [MBI]: 5 seats (no change)

Garforth and Swillington Independents Party [GSIP]: 3 seats (up from 2)

Green [GR]: 2 seats (down from 3)

Political composition of the council after the election on 3rd May:

  • Labour – 61
  • Conservative – 22
  • Liberal Democrat – 6
  • Morley Borough Independents – 5
  • Garforth and Swillington Independent Group – 3
  • Green Party – 2

Political composition of the council prior to the election:

  • Labour – 58
  • Conservative – 19
  • Liberal Democrat – 9
  • Morley Borough Independents – 5
  • Green Party – 3
  • Garforth and Swillington Independent Group – 2
  • East Leeds Independent Group – 2
  • Independent – 1

Following the election, Labour remains in control of Leeds City Council.

Full details of the election results can be seen at: https://www.leeds.gov.uk/your-council/elections/election-results