Redbridge local elections 2018: Follow the results live here
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The results of Redbridge’s local elections will be declared tonight (May 3) – follow them live here.
Polling stations close at 10pm tonight, after which volunteers will be counting votes for your local councillors.
The results expected to be announced by 7am tomorrow.
The Recorder will be live at the count from 10pm, keeping you up-to-date with results as they come in on our live blog.
Or, follow us on Twitter @IlfordRecorder, where we’ll be tweeting the results too.
Labour won a majority in Redbridge for the first time in 2011, winning 35 seats in contrast to the Conservatives’ 25 seats and Liberal Democrats’ three seats.
The Tory party held a majority for 26 years from 1964, and again from 2002-9.
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No party had overall control of the council from 1992 to 2002 and from 2009 to 2014.
Follow our blog to see how the parties, and independent candidates, fare tonight.