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Rishi Sunak is facing a battering from voters today after the Tories were put to the sword in the Blackpool South by-election – and suffered a swathe of early council losses.

The PM is hunkering down for a grim day as results continue to flow in, with the most striking so far Keir Starmer seizing the Lancashire seat. 

Chris Webb secured a massive 26 per cent swing to become the newest MP in the Commons – and in a particularly alarming sign the Conservative candidate barely managed to push Reform into third place, by just 117 votes.

It is the seventh parliamentary seat the Tories have lost in a by-election since Mr Sunak became PM in October 2022, six of which have now been won by Labour – underlining that Sir Keir looks to be on track for Downing Street.

As English councils started to declare, Labour also claimed a ‘truly historic result’ to take Rushmoor – the home of the British Army – from the Tories and end nearly a quarter-of-a century of Conservative control.

Sir Keir also saw wins in Hartlepool and made other gains in key general election battlegrounds Thurrock and Redditch as they enjoyed early success.

The Tories lost control of North East Lincolnshire as Mr Sunak witnessed a dire set of results begin to unfold.

In one bright spot, the party has managed to hold on to control of Harlow – which local MP Robert Halfon described as ‘the biggest comeback since Lazarus’. 

However, critics are already stepping up calls for Mr Sunak to go, with warnings that his ‘time is up’. 

Rishi Sunak (pictured canvassing in Chelsea with wife Akshata Murty yesterday) is bracing for a dire set of results from the local elections

Rishi Sunak (pictured canvassing in Chelsea with wife Akshata Murty yesterday) is bracing for a dire set of results from the local elections 

Chris Webb will become the newest MP in the House of Commons after winning the Blackpool South by-election for Labour

Chris Webb will become the newest MP in the House of Commons after winning the Blackpool South by-election for Labour

Mr Webb, pictured with his son Cillian and wife Portia, called on Rishi Sunak to 'do the decent thing, admit you've failed and call a general election'

Mr Webb, pictured with his son Cillian and wife Portia, called on Rishi Sunak to ‘do the decent thing, admit you’ve failed and call a general election’

Tory candidate David Jones (right) won 3,218 votes, which was only 117 votes ahead of third-placed Reform UK

Tory candidate David Jones (right) won 3,218 votes, which was only 117 votes ahead of third-placed Reform UK

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Following the declaration of the Blackpool South result just before 5am, Sir Keir reiterated his demand for Mr Sunak to call a general election.

Blackpool South by-election result in full 

Chris Webb (Lab) 10,825 (58.91%, +20.57%)

David Jones (Tory) 3,218 (17.51%, -32.09%)

Mark Butcher (Reform) 3,101 (16.88%)

Andrew Cregan (Lib Dem) 387 (2.11%, -0.97%)

Ben Thomas (Green) 368 (2.00%, +0.28%)

Stephen Black (Ind) 163 (0.89%, -0.24%)

Kim Knight (ADF) 147 (0.80%)

Howling Laud Hope (Loony) 121 (0.66%)

Damon Sharp (NonPol) 45 (0.24%)

Lab majority: 7,607 votes

The Labour leader said: ‘This seismic win in Blackpool South is the most important result today.

‘This is the one contest where voters had the chance to send a message to Rishi Sunak’s Conservatives directly, and that message is an overwhelming vote for change.

‘The swing towards the Labour Party in Blackpool South is truly historic and shows that we are firmly back in the service of working people. 

He added: ‘The message to Rishi Sunak is clear. It’s time for change, it’s time for a general election.’

Mr Webb scooped 10,825 votes to secure a 7,607-vote majority. The Tories won 3,218 votes, just 117 votes ahead of third-placed Reform UK.

The 26.33 per cent swing was the third biggest from the Conservatives to Labour at a by-election since the Second World War

The Tories said the Blackpool South by-election was ‘always going to be difficult’ given the ‘specific circumstances’ surrounding former MP Scott Benton.

A party spokesman said: ‘This was a tough fight and David Jones was an excellent candidate who campaigned hard for every single vote.

‘This was always going to be difficult election given the specific circumstances related to the previous incumbent.

‘What has been clear is that a vote for Reform is a vote for Sir Keir Starmer – taking us right back to square one.’

The Blackpool South outcome added to a night of turmoil for the Conservatives, as they also suffered dismal results in local elections across the country.

Labour are boasting of being ‘on track’ for power at Westminster after making gains in key council contests.

In his victory speech, Mr Webb said: ‘People no longer trust the Conservatives. Prime Minister: do the decent thing, admit you’ve failed and call a general election.’

The Blackpool South contest was prompted by the resignation of former Tory MP Scott Benton from the House of Commons after he was caught up in a lobbying sting.

The Conservatives won the seat at the 2019 general election, with Mr Benton as the party’s candidate, with a more than 3,500-vote majority. 

Tory deputy chair Angela Richardson told the BBC: ‘The result was not unexpected. I think, given the circumstances that caused the by-election in the first place, it was always going to be difficult for the Conservatives.’

Elections expert Professor Sir John Curtice said: ‘The only thing that’s stopped this result from being basically an unmitigated disaster for the Conservatives was the fact they just narrowly squeaked ahead of Reform.’

He added: ‘Basically the project that Rishi Sunak is meant to be there to achieve, which is to narrow the gap on Labour, that project still has yet to provide any visible benefit.’

As well as the Tory-Labour fight, the performance of insurgent outfit Reform was also being keenly scrutinised throughout the night of election results.

Reform beat the Tories in 16 out of the 25 seats being contests on Sunderland council, with leader Richard Tice crowing they were ‘becoming the real opposition to Labour in Red Wall areas’.

The results from the 107 local authorities in England who held elections on Thursday could yet decide Mr Sunak’s ‘s political fate.

The PM is also braced for further dire results from mayoral contests, which will start to be declared in the coming hours.

Reform UK leader Richard Tice was bullish about the result in Blackpool, where the party came within a whisker of second place

Reform UK leader Richard Tice was bullish about the result in Blackpool, where the party came within a whisker of second place 

Labour supporters were celebrating in Peterborough this morning as they became the largest party on the council

Labour supporters were celebrating in Peterborough this morning as they became the largest party on the council

Party activists punched the air in delight in Sunderland as Labour retained control of the council

Party activists punched the air in delight in Sunderland as Labour retained control of the council

LOCAL ELECTIONS: KEY RESULTS SO FAR 

– Hartlepool

Three years ago Labour lost the Hartlepool parliamentary by-election to the Conservatives – an event that reportedly led Sir Keir Starmer to consider resigning as party leader.

This year Hartlepool gave Labour cause for celebration, with the party winning control of the council for the first time since 2019 thanks to a net gain of seven seats, while the Tories lost six.

– South Tyneside

It was a less cheery picture for Labour in South Tyneside, where the party suffered a net loss of 10 seats.

Independent candidates gained nine seats and the Greens gained two, while the Tories lost their only councillor.

Labour still has a majority here, but only just: the new council will have 28 Labour councillors, 15 Independents and 11 Greens.

– Sunderland

The Reform Party had a full or near-full slate of candidates in only a handful of councils holding elections this year and Sunderland was one of a few places where it fought every seat.

While the party did not win any of them, it did beat the Conservatives into third place in 16 of the 25 seats up for grabs while Labour made a net gain of six to increase its comfortable majority.

– Thurrock

This Essex council was one of Labour’s top targets and is in an area of the country that will be a key Conservative-Labour battleground at the next general election.

The party needed to gain six seats to take control of Thurrock, which has been run by the Tories for the past few years during a period of turbulence that saw the council declared effectively bankrupt in December 2022.

Labour ended up making a net gain of eight seats, enough for a clear majority, with Independents picking up two and the Tories suffering a net loss of 10.

Labour’s most impressive victory of the night so far came in Rushmoor.

Sir Keir’s party boasted of now being in charge of the ‘home of the British Army’ in a nod to the Hampshire authority’s links to the military.

They taunted Mr Sunak that it was ‘time for a general election’ in the wake of the result.

Labour won nine out of 13 seats up for grabs on Rushmoor Borough Council, with the Tories winning three and the Liberal Democrats one.

It gave Sir Keir’s party a majority on the council as the Tories ceded control after 24 years in charge.

The council includes Aldershot, known as the home of the British Army, and Labour was keen to highlight that link as proof that the party had changed since Jeremy Corbyn’s time as leader.

A party spokesperson said: ‘This is a truly historic result.

‘Rushmoor – the home of the British Army – has never had a majority Labour council before, and has been run by the Tories for the last 24 years.

‘This result demonstrates just how much the Labour Party has changed and people in Rushmoor know that only Labour can deliver the change they want to see.

‘A Labour gain for Rushmoor is a result Rishi Sunak cannot ignore. It’s time for a general election.’

In another eye-catching victory for Labour, the party won control of Thurrock after starting the night as the second biggest party behind the Tories.

The Essex council, which had recently moved to no overall control because of defections, is in a strong Brexit-supporting part of the country.

It has also been among those local authorities in dire financial straits, with council tax having been hiked by an eye-watering 8 per cent last month.

Thurrock was effectively declared bankrupt in 2022 following a failed investment spree.

Labour hailed their victory in a key parliamentary battleground, with a party spokesperson saying: ‘This is exactly the kind of place we need to be winning to gain a majority in a general election.

‘The people of Thurrock have sent the Conservatives a message that they want change.’

Labour won nine of the 12 seats up for grabs in Hartlepool to gain control of the council, with independents winning two and the Conservatives one.

Hartlepool has a symbolic importance for Sir Keir after Labour lost the parliamentary by-election there in 2021.

A party spokesperson said: ‘Winning back Hartlepool council is a groundbreaking moment after the disappointing results we saw here in 2021.

‘Keir Starmer pledged to change the Labour Party after that result and today’s win shows that this changed Labour Party is ready to deliver the change that communities like Hartlepool are crying out for.’Making gains here shows that the party is on track to win a general election and is firmly back in the service of working people.’

Along with the direct challenge from Labour and apparent squeeze on Tory votes in ‘Red Wall’ areas from Reform, the Liberal Democrats claimed they were gaining ground in traditional Conservative heartlands in southern England.

A party source said they were expecting positive results in Oxfordshire, Hampshire and Hertfordshire. 

As well as the council elections, voting also took place on Thursday in 11 mayoral contests and 37 police and crime commissioner elections.

Conservative rebels are poised to pounce on a dismal night for Mr Sunak by mounting a fresh effort to oust the PM from No10 in the coming days.

Tories fear they could lose up to half of the council seats they are defending.

The final result in Sunderland was Labour 18, Liberal Democrats four and Conservatives three, as Sir Keir’s party retained control.

Although Reform did not win one of the 25 seats being contested, Mr Tice hailed his party’s performance.

He said Reform were ‘rapidly becoming the real opposition to Labour, whether it’s in the North, the Midlands, we know it’s the case in Wales’. 

Mr Tice added: ‘We are very excited. This is a very good day for Reform UK. It’s also a good day for democracy, actually, because the Great British people have got a serious alternative to consider when they want to go and vote.’

Cabinet minister Chris Heaton-Harris said the results in Sunderland showed ‘if you vote Reform, you get Labour’.

The Northern Ireland Secretary told the BBC: ‘It’s a very straightforward equation for people at the next general election.

‘If they want to vote Reform, they’ll end up with Labour MPs, and they’ll end up with a Labour government, and then they’ll end up, probably, with everything they didn’t want to vote for based on the profile of Reform voters.’

Peterborough remained under no overall control, but Labour became the biggest party after gaining five seats while the Conservatives lost 11. 

Votes are poured out to be counted at Southend Leisure and Tennis Centre, Esssex

Votes are poured out to be counted at Southend Leisure and Tennis Centre, Esssex

Monster Raving Loony Party leader and candidate Howling Laud Hope arrives for the count in the Blackpool South by-election

Monster Raving Loony Party leader and candidate Howling Laud Hope arrives for the count in the Blackpool South by-election

Sir Keir Starmer and his wife Victoria arrived at a polling station in London on Thursday to cast their votes

Sir Keir Starmer and his wife Victoria arrived at a polling station in London on Thursday to cast their votes

Rishi Sunak’s string of by-election losses as PM 

  • July 2023 – Selby and Ainsty (Labour gain)
  • July 2023 – Somerton and Frome (Liberal Democrat gain)
  • October 2023 – Mid Bedfordshire (Labour gain)
  • October 2023 – Tamworth (Labour gain)
  • February 2024 – Wellingborough (Labour gain)
  • February 2024 – Kingswood (Labour gain)
  • May 2024 – Blackpool South (Labour gain) 

Labour retained control of South Tyneside, but lost at least seven seats to independents.

Sir Keir’s party were fearing a local elections backlash over the Gaza conflict in some parts of the country.

Mayoral battles in Tees Valley and the West Midlands will also be a key barometer of Conservative and Labour fortunes ahead of the general election.

In London, Labour mayor Sadiq Khan is expected to win an historic third term in City Hall despite a challenge by Tory rival Susan Hall over ULEZ and crime rates.

As polls closed last night, Labour MP Pat McFadden MP, the party’s national campaign coordinator, said: ‘The most important election of the night is the historic by-election in Blackpool, caused by yet more Tory chaos and scandal.

‘It’s the only election today where voters have had the opportunity to directly reject Rishi Sunak’s party in Westminster.

‘It’s going to be a long night and the full picture of results from local elections may not be clear until over the weekend, but we expect to see Labour gains that show we’re making progress in the places we need to win the next general election.’

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey also sought to pile the pressure on Mr Sunak, saying: ‘Up and down the country, so many lifelong Conservative voters backed the Liberal Democrats today’.

Every voter in England and Wales was able to cast a ballot in at least one type of election before 10pm on Thursday.

There were 2,600 council seats in England up for grabs across 107 authorities.

Many of the seats were last fought in 2021 – a year in which the Conservatives did particularly well in local elections at a high point in Boris Johnson‘s premiership.

The Tory slump since then was demonstrated by the latest YouGov poll, published on Thursday, showing the party on 18 per cent with Labour on 44 per cent.

This was the lowest Conservative vote share of this Parliament, lower than under Liz Truss, when it sank to 19 per cent.

The survey of 2,010 British voters, conducted between April 30 and May 1, also showed the Tories only three percentage points ahead of Reform on 15 per cent.

As well as the mayoral contest in London between Mr Khan and Ms Hall, there are also likely to be close-run battles in Tees Valley and the West Midlands.

Polls suggested narrow contests between Conservative incumbents Ben Houchen and Andy Street, respectively, and their Labour rivals.

On Thursday, Mr Sunak and his wife Akshata posed for pictures out campaigning in Chelsea, while Sir Keir went to vote in London with wife Victoria.

Other politicians gave a glimpse into their family lives, with Mr Houchen carrying his baby into a polling station in Tees Valley.

Both main parties sought to manage expectations ahead of polling day, with Chancellor Jeremy Hunt insisting governments can get ‘punished’ in local elections.

He told Sky News: ‘Tony Blair easily lost those amounts of councillors. 

‘And, you know, David Cameron lost hundreds of councillors in the run up to the 2015 general election.

‘So, you know, we are expecting to see significant losses. That often happens in local elections.

‘But what we say to people is, look, this may be a moment when you want to express a view about the national picture.

‘But actually the local services you depend on will be decided by how you vote.’

Meanwhile Labour said the mayoral system favours incumbents, though Sir Keir Starmer said he is ‘hopeful’ it will win the West Midlands contest.

Wins for both Mr Houchen and Mr Street and would offer the Tories a ray of light in what forecasts suggest could be a dismal set of results.

But experts warned the metro mayor races would be the ‘least reliable indicator’ of what could happen at a general election.

Both Mr Houchen and Mr Street received backing from Mr Johnson.

The PM’s press secretary said the former premiers interventions were welcome, despite both candidates having appeared to have distanced themselves from their party allegiance throughout campaigning.

Sir John Curtice told an Institute for Government event this week the Tories were emphasising the two mayoral battles ‘because they think they might manage to win the contest and therefore they’ll be able to cover whatever disasters happen elsewhere’.

‘Because of the personal votes of these two, (these contests are) going to be the least reliable indicator,’ he said.

‘Equally, conversely here in London, Sadiq Khan will not do as well as the Labour Party would do in a general election because Sadiq has a negative personal vote. But this city is now so strong Labour, he’s going to win anyway,’ he said.

In a final message before polling stations open, Sir Keir said: ‘Britain is, despite everything this Tory government has thrown at it, a great country.

‘Its people, businesses, and communities continue to come together in the face of adversity. It is a strong nation of pride and potential, with boundless ambition for its family and its community.

‘But it needs a government to match that ambition, and with a plan to unlock it. Today, you have a chance to vote for that change, and pass a verdict on fourteen years of decline. You can start to rebuild our country and take your community in a different direction.’

The Liberal Democrats, who have focused campaigning efforts in traditional Conservative areas, said polling day would be a moment for Mr Sunak to ‘face the music’.

Sir Ed Davey said the results would be a ‘damning verdict on record waiting lists, sewage destroying rivers, and the worst cost of living crisis in a generation’.

‘The country knows the buck stops at the door of Downing Street,’ he said.

Sadiq Khan and his wife Saadiya Ahmed voted in London on Thursday morning as the London mayor seeks to win an historic third term in City Hall

Sadiq Khan and his wife Saadiya Ahmed voted in London on Thursday morning as the London mayor seeks to win an historic third term in City Hall

Tory candidate Susan Hall challenged Mr Khan over ULEZ and crime rates in the capital as she sought to oust him from office

Tory candidate Susan Hall challenged Mr Khan over ULEZ and crime rates in the capital as she sought to oust him from office 

Enzo the dog waits at a polling station in London

Enzo the dog waits at a polling station in London

Top Cabinet ministers rushed to Mr Sunak’s defence ahead of the local election results.

Penny Mordaunt, the Leader of the Commons, dispelled rumours of a leadership bid and pledged to stand by the PM.

She told MPs on Thursday: ‘I too have read that I’m to be installed rather like a new boiler into No10 next week.

‘And I have to say there is as much truth to these stories as there is in Labour’s assurances to its business community that it isn’t actually going to do the things it’s been saying it’s going to do, as it’s promised its union paymasters.

‘But let me say again, I support our PM and I will continue to support him after this weekend and beyond.’

On Wednesday, Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch insisted that the PM was safe regardless of the outcome of the local elections.

She told Sky News: ‘I think there’s a lot of noise being made by people who want to get attention but the PM has the full backing of the Cabinet, he has my full backing.’

Asked whether that would be the case even if the Conservatives suffered a drubbing on Thursday, Ms Badenoch said: ‘I think that is right.’

Mr Sunak’s press secretary did not deny a Bloomberg report that Mr Sunak told Tory staff that they could be part of the ‘greatest comeback in history’, in an admission of the scale of the challenge he faces.

The press secretary said: ‘There is no doubt that we have work to do. It’s obviously been a really tough time for the country with Covid and Ukraine and the impact of that on inflation.

‘But… I can look back at the last week, we’ve done a massive defence announcement which Labour have not matched, which means that our country would be at risk under Labour.

‘We’ve done a massive welfare intervention to address the unsustainable rise in the welfare bill. And we are clearly making some progress on tackling illegal immigration.’

Local election estimated declaration times: counting will go on until Sunday

FRIDAY 

Councils:

12.30am Broxbourne

1.30am Hartlepool, Rochford, Sunderland

2am Bolton, Gosport, Ipswich, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, North East Lincolnshire, South Tyneside, Wigan

2.30am Chorley, Eastleigh, Fareham, Hart, Oldham, Portsmouth, Rushmoor, Southend-on-Sea

2.45am Exeter

3am Harlow, Kingston-upon-Hull, Lincoln, Sefton, Tameside, Thurrock

3.15am Reading

3.30am Colchester, Gateshead, Redditch, Stockport

4am Peterborough, Plymouth

4.30am Southampton

5.30am Winchester 

11am Norwich

12pm Blackburn with Darwen, Walsall

12.30pm Castle Point, Havant

1pm Cannock Chase, Manchester, Watford, Welwyn Hatfield

1.30pm Burnley, Preston, Sheffield, West Oxfordshire

2pm Basildon, Brentwood, Hyndburn, Knowsley, Nuneaton & Bedworth, Rossendale

2.30pm Crawley, Rochdale, Solihull

3pm Barnsley, Hastings, Kirklees, Maidstone, Rotherham, Three Rivers

3.30pm Halton, Milton Keynes, Sandwell, Trafford

4pm Adur, Bury, Calderdale, Cheltenham, Epping Forest, Pendle, St Albans, Swindon, Tunbridge Wells, Woking, Wokingham

4.30pm Dudley, Leeds, Wakefield

5pm Basingstoke & Deane, Bradford, Cambridge, Coventry, Oxford, Runnymede, Tandridge, Worthing

5.30pm Rugby, Wolverhampton, Worcester

5.45pm Cherwell

6pm Mole Valley, North Hertfordshire, Reigate & Banstead, Stevenage, Tamworth

6.30pm Bristol, Elmbridge

7pm Dorset

8pm West Lancashire

10pm Gloucester

Mayors:

12pm North East

12.30pm Tees Valley

2.30pm East Midlands

3pm York & North Yorkshire

Police & crime commissioners:

1.30am Cumbria

2.30am Avon & Somerset

3am Lincolnshire

1pm Gwent, North Wales

1.30pm Humberside

2pm Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, Hampshire, Suffolk

3pm Bedfordshire, Devon & Cornwall, DyfedPowys, Norfolk, Surrey

3.30pm Leicestershire

4pm Essex, Lancashire, Northamptonshire, South Wales, Staffordshire

4.30pm Northumbria

5pm Cleveland, Durham, Gloucestershire, Nottinghamshire

6pm Derbyshire, West Mercia

SATURDAY

Councils:

4pm North Tyneside, Stroud, Warrington

Mayors:

12pm Liverpool City Region

1.30pm London*

2pm South Yorkshire

3pm West Midlands

3.15pm West Yorkshire

4pm Greater Manchester

5pm Salford

Police & crime commissioners:

12pm Hertfordshire

2pm Thames Valley

2.30pm Warwickshire, West Midlands

3pm Cheshire, Dorset

3.30pm Merseyside

4pm Wiltshire

SUNDAY 

Councils:

3pm Salford

Police & crime commissioners:

3.30pm Sussex

4pm Kent



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