Worcester City Council 2024 election results in full

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Historic Worcester by the River Severn -Credit:PA

Worcester City Council remains under no overall control following Thursday's local elections. All 35 seats were up for grabs at authority following boundary changes.

Prior to Thursday's poll Worcester was a hung council with Labour the largest party holding 13 seats. Next up was the Greens on 11, the Conservatives on seven and the Liberal Democrats on four.

With only slight change, power still hangs in the balance. Labour won 17 seats with the Greens in second on 12. The Liberal Democrats won five seats with the Conservatives picking up just one councillor. Turnout across all wards in the city was 34.26 per cent.

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The result means parties will have to govern on a cross party basis. The Green Party hailed their best result ever in Worcester.

Elsewhere in the West Midlands Labour saw gains in Sandwell, Cannock and Tamworth. Conservatives retained control in Walsall and Solihull.

Nationally the Conservatives suffered heavy losses losing council seats, mayoral elections - other than Teeside - and a parliamentary by-election in Blackpool.