The latest updates on local electoral information are as follows.
Barnet: The byelection in Golders Green ward held on 16 February was won by Peter Zinkin, who returns to the council after previously representing Childs Hill ward. Conservative hold.
Cambridgeshire: The byelection in St Neots The Eatons division held on 16 February was won by Geoff Seeff. Liberal Democrats gain a seat previously held by an Independent.
Cornwall: The byelection in Long Rock, Marazion and St Erth division held on 16 February was won by John Martin. Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative.
Sefton: The byelection in Netherton and Orrell ward held on 16 February was won by Tom Spring. Labour hold.
Changes of allegiance
Amber Valley: Five councillors, all of whom were originally elected for the Conservatives, have joined Reform UK. They are led by Alex Stevenson (Shipley Park, Horsley and Horsley Woodhouse ward) and Sheena Trower (Langley Mill and Aldercar ward) who left the Conservatives last month. Three more have moved straight from the Conservatives: Mark Burrell (Heanor East ward), Sam Goodrum (Langley Mill and Aldercar ward) and Jackie Stones (Heanor West ward).
Argyll and Bute: The Scottish National Party group has formed a Strategic Opposition Group with three Independent councillors, and two councillors in Labour and the Scottish Green Party. This group has 17 councillors, against 18 in the ruling Argyll, Lomond and the Islands group.
Mid Devon: The remaining Conservative Party members in the cabinet have been either resigned or been dismissed by the Leader of the council, so the cabinet currently consists only of three Independent and ungrouped councillors.