Calderdale voters have left the council in a situation of no overall control.

It was a case of “as you were” for the people in the corridors of power.

The 2016 elections saw tens of thousands go to the polls and their votes were counted this morning at the North Bridge Leisure Centre in Halifax.

LIVE: Kirklees and Calderdale election results 2016

LIVE: Kirklees vote share and overall seats

Of the 17 seats up for grabs in Calderdale, Labour celebrated eight victories.

The Conservatives won six of the seats up on offer and the Lib Dems took three seats.

Voters heading to the polls yesterday

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Before the count, the state of the parties had seen Labour hold 24 of the 51 seats, the Conservatives with 21, the Lib Dems with 5 and Independents with 1.

After the 2015 elections the Conservatives ran the council as a minority administration but the situation changed halfway through the year.

Brighouse

Ann Martin (Labour) - 1045

John Nesbitt (Green) - 89

Colin Peel (Conservative) - 1290

Jennie Rigg (Liberal Democrats) - 132

Samuel Webb (Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts) - 21

Nick Yates (UK Independence Party) - 521

Calder

Janet Battye (Liberal Democrats) - 1424

Josh Fenton-Glynn (Labour) - 2310

James Krishnapillai (Conservative Party) - 438

Jennifer Shepherd (Green) - 444

Elland

Pat Allen (Liberal Democrats) - 1334

Mick Clarke (UK Independence Party) - 414

Mohammad Naeem (Labour) - 546

George Robinson (Conservative) - 676

Katharine Sweeny (Green) - 92

Greetland and Stainland

Paul Bellenger (Liberal Democrats) - 1195

Christopher Blakey (Conservative) - 996

Christopher Clinton (Yorkshire First) - 60

James Hepplestone (Labour) - 384

Mark Mullany (Green) - 118

Paul Rogan (UK Independence Party) - 315

Hipperholme and Lightcliffe

Kashif Ali (Labour) - 526

Graham Hall (Conservative) - 1998

Alisdair McGregor (Liberal Democrats) - 319

Susan Wardell (Green) - 249

Illingworth and Mixenden

Tessa Gordziejko (Green) - 59

Lisa Lambert (Labour) - 1347

Steven Leigh (Conservative) - 688

Sean Loftus (Independent) - 49

Glenn Mattock (Liberal Democrats) - 43

Angela Thompson (UK Independence Party) - 576

Luddenden Foot

Christopher Baksa (UK Independence Party) - 322

Karl Boggis (Lib Dems) - 604

Owen Gilroy (Conservative) - 866

Pete Pitfield (Green) - 131

Jane Scullion (Labour) - 1363

Rod Sutcliffe (Yorkshire First) - 109

Northowram and Shelf

Peter Caffrey (Conservative) - 1929

Elaine Hey (Green) - 154

Daniel Manning (Yorkshire First) - 222

Michael Taylor (Lib Dems) - 81

Gary Walsh (Labour) - 791

Ovenden

Mat Bowles (Liberal Democrats) - 92

Anne Collins (Labour) - 1142

Katherine Horner (Green) - 225

John Shoesmith (Conservative) - 433

Park

Jeff Featherstone (Conservative) - 252

Charles Gate (Green) - 104

Jenny Lynn (Labour) - 2734

John Reynolds (Lib Dems) - 97-

Chaudhary Saghir (No affiliation) - 637

Rastrick

Kathy Haigh-Hutchinson (Liberal Democrats) - 201

Peter Judge (Labour) - 1160

Elizabeth King (Green) - 172

Lynne Mitchell (Conservative) - 1457

Ryburn

Geraldine Carter (Conservative) - 1258

Steve Cliberon (Labour) - 820

Freda Davis (Green) - 174

Peter Hunt (Independent) - 1161

Rosemary Tatchell (Liberal Democrats) - 131

Skircoat

Dave Draycott (Labour) - 1113

Eric Fabrizi (Green) - 136

Stephen Gow (Liberal Democrats) - 507

John Hardy (Conservative) - 1660

Darren Stansfield (Yorkshire First) - 56

Geoffrey Thompson (UK Independence Party) - 293

Sowerby Bridge

Karen Levin (Green) - 131

Rob Oddy (Conservative) - 911

Tom Stringfellow (Liberal Democrats) - 161

Roy Thompson (UK Independence Party) - 432

Adam Wilkinson (Labour) - 1611

Todmorden

Gilbert Gregory (Conservative) - 753

Chris Jackson (National Front) - 77

Alan McDonald (Green) - 333

Joe Rez (Lib Dems) - 381

Steve Sweeney (Labour) - 1578

Philip Walters (UK Independence Party) - 309

Town

Phillip Charlton (UK Independence Party) - 625

Ruth Coleman-Taylor (Liberal Democrats) - 78

Mark Edwards (Conservative) - 571

Sarah Moakler (Green) - 116

Megan Swift (Labour) - 1283

Warley

Surraya Bibi (Labour) - 1362

Hena Chowdhury (Green) - 117

Ashley Evans (Liberal Democrats) - 1800

Tony Fall (Conservative) - 521