The latest updates on local electoral information are as follows.
Camden: The byelection in Highgate ward held on 30 November was won by Lorna Russell. Green Party hold.
Durham: The byelection in Dawdon division held on 30 November was won by June Watson. Labour hold.
Corporation of London: The byelection for a Common Councilman in Farringdon Without ward was decided at the wardmote on 29 November when Suzanne Ornsby was elected unopposed. She was sponsored by Temple and Farringdon Together (as was the previous councillor) but will sit as a non-partisan councillor.
Corporation of London: The election of an Alderman in Portsoken ward held on 30 November was won by the incumbent Prem Goyal.
North Yorkshire: The byelection in Sowerby and Topcliffe division held on 30 November was won by Dan Sladden. Liberal Democrat gain from Green Party.
Norwich: Four councillors elected for the Labour Party have left the party to form the Independent Norwich Group. The new group includes all three ward councillors for Town Close ward (Karen Davis, Cate Oliver and Ian Stutely), together with Rachel Everett (Lakenham ward). As a result Labour no longer has an overall majority on the council.
South Kesteven: Mark Whittington, who was elected for the Conservatives in Grantham Barrowby Gate ward, has left the party to sit as an ungrouped Independent councillor.
Walsall: An Independent group has been formed by five out of the six councillors who left the Labour group last week (Sabina Ditta of Palfrey ward is the only one who has not joined it) plus Hajran Bashir (Palfrey ward) who had been the first to leave the Labour group. A seventh councillor elected for Labour has now joined: Khizar Hussain (Pleck ward).
Barnsley: Kingstone ward, after the resignation of Labour councillor Pooja Ramchandani. As her term was due to end in May next year, no byelection follows.