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Voters are heading to the polls to have their say in elections for the Scottish Parliament, National Assembly of Wales, the Northern Ireland Assembly and 124 councils in England in what has been dubbed “Super Thursday”.
London will also pick either Labour’s Sadiq Khan or Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith as its mayor while Police and Crime Commissioners will be decided in England and Wales. As well as the capital, Bristol, Liverpool and Salford are also holding elections to select a new mayor.
The UK local elections are seen as a barometer for David Cameron and the Conservative government as well as a reflection on Labour and it’s leader Jeremy Corbyn. Follow IBTimes UK for all the news and updates as the UK decides.
- Polls opened at 7am and close at 10pm
- Leaders cast their votes
- “Shambles in Barnet as voters turned away
Mayor of London – between 6pm and midnight on 6 May.
Scottish Parliament – sometime after 4am on 7 May.
Northern Ireland Assembly – First preference vote results expected on the afternoon of 6 May. Second preference results could go into the afternoon of 7 May.
Welsh Assembly – First preference vote results expected on the afternoon of 6 May.Second preference results could go into the afternoon of 7 May.
Local elections in England and Wales – Polls close at 10pm and the first results are expected in the early hours of 6 May.
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