When Brighton and Hove City Council election results will be announced

A polling station at Hove Museum (Credit: BrightonHoveCC)
A polling station at Hove Museum (Credit: BrightonHoveCC)

Brighton and HOve went to the polls yesterday (May 2), will the results set to be revealed today (May 3).

Brighton & Hove City Council has 54 seats across 21 wards. All were up for grabs yesterday.

The last council was run by a minority Labour administration, and no party has had overall control of the council since before 2003.

Before the elections the Conservatives became the largest party on Brighton and Hove City Council {https://www.brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk/news/politics/conservatives-could-take-over-brighton-hove-city-council-as-labour-councillor-defects-1-8817891 |after a Labour defection - although Labour retained minority control}.

The political make up was as follows: 21 Conservative, 19 Labour, 11 Green, two The Independent Group (TIG) and one vacancy (formerly Labour).

Here's all the candidates standing: Every candidate standing in the Brighton and Hove City Council elections
The election count begins this morning, with the first results expected at between 1pm and 2pm.

We should have a full picture by 4pm.