The Labour and Conservative parties have each lost control over vital councils in local Elections across the UK.
Labour failed to hit several targets from the Tories, such as Wandsworth in London, though got back Plymouth and became the biggest party in Trafford.
Tories managed to hold onto Barnet and saw a fall in UKIP's vote, celebrating victories in Peterborough and Basildon.
Lib Dems got a grasp of Richmond, in London, taken from the Tories and attained seats in other places.
A sum of 4,371 chairs are ready for the grabbing in 150 local councils in what will be the initial England-wide tester of political opinion ever since the general election last year.
As of now, two thirds of results are in, Labour have kept 50 councils, in addition to getting control of Plymouth from the Conservative party.