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Coun Carol Runciman

Liberal Democrats look to rebuild after heavy defeat

Lib Dems Steve Galloway and Andrew Waller realise they are about to lose power as the votes are counted in the City of York Council elections

YORK ELECTION: Waller and Galloway lose seats as Labour crush Lib Dems

Luke Ives, a barman at the Derwent Arms in Norton who is only 19, celebrates his victory for the Conservatives

RYEDALE: Barman Luke Ives, 19, leads the Tory charge

Stephanie Duckett and Brian Marshall, who were successful in Barlby

SELBY: Bitter-sweet victory in Barlby seat

REFERENDUM: York says no to alternative vote

Incumbent York council leader Andrew Waller (right) and his predecessor Steve Galloway (left) at the Westfield count today.

YORK ELECTION: Labour seizes power in York


YORK ELECTION: Dust settles on day of drama

Newly elected: Ian Reynolds, David Peart and Michael Dyson

SELBY: Incredible end in election count



Ballot boxes arrive at Ryedale House, Malton

RYEDALE: Tories storm to power

HAMBLETON & HARROGATE: Election result

Political leaders await outcome as the results come in

Gareth and Caroline Milne

Couple’s voting ‘blunder’ claim

Voters will have their say in today’s local elections

York's political leaders in plea to voters

Chance for alternative decision on voting

Parties reveal will how they will tackle the community stadium issue

York Central MP Hugh Bayley, centre, with council election candidates Neil Barnes and Fiona Fitzpatrick outside the shops in Tang Hall Lane

X marks the spot

Junction delays criticised by election candidates

Greens dig in on the election trail

Road safety petition launched after speeding fears

Call to speed up services is made by candidates

Candidate hits back over Derwenthorpe cash claim

Green Party releases election videos

Party chief makes council tax pledge

Boost for youngsters as work starts on £47,000 play scheme

Leader in museum funding appeal

Sian Wiseman

A64 blackspot funding pledge

Sue Lamb welcomes Green Party candidates Ginnie Shaw, Denise Craghill, Alison Webb and Andy D’Agorne to the Solarwall energy centre, watched by Grant Henderson

Green Party election candidates visit Solarwall's energy centre

Voters urged to check polling cards for venues

‘Garden-grabbing’ bungalow homes plan turned down

Candidates Ruth Potter, left, and Barbara Boyce enjoy a stroll on a path near the River Foss at Heworth

Foss riverside path repaired

Derwenthorpe cash pledge

Self service system for Tang Hall Library

New sign at historic site of Tyburn at Knavesmire

Local election candidates oppose police cuts and health shake-up

Andy D’Agorne and fellow Green candidate Dave Taylor, in the hat, look over the new road layout outside Fishergate Primary School, York, where a 20mph speed limit now applies

Feeling the benefits of 20mph speed limit in Fishergate

Laura Parrish

Laura’s ‘park-and-cycle’ idea

Ian Gillies

Call for enforcement in York's pedestrian zone to end “free-for-all”

Hugh Bayley MP joins Jodie and Betsy Cassidy, Liz Pitts, prospective City of York Council councillors Dan Sidley and Kristina Blenkharn and Lydia-Grace Pitts

City MP’s house call

Prospective Green councillors Daniella and Alison Webb

Mother and daughter standing for Green Party in Westfield ward

Support for Green Party campaign

Improvements for council tenants approved

Political rivals in road repairs row

Edward McMillan-Scott MEP, left, joins Lib Dem City of York Council candidates, from left, Richard Brown, Quentin Macdonald and Glen Bradley, on the campaign trail in Poppleton

MEP swaps Brussels for Poppleton

Student parking still on agenda

Majority of York parish councillors to be elected uncontested

Janet Waggott, chief executive and returning officer for Ryedale District Council and owner Peter Pace outside the Old Rectory in Scrayingham, which will be a polling station in the elections

Scrayingham electorate to vote in Old Rectory

Andrew Waller

Leaders state their case ahead of the local elections

From left, Tracey Simpson-Laing with her daughter, Niamh, Steve Burton (Labour candidate for Westfield), Tina Funnell (Labour candidate for Heworth), David Horton (Labour candidate for Acomb) and Joe Armer (York member of UK Youth Parliament).

Petition plea on NHS reforms

Parish council leaders defend payment rises

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