The results of this year's local elections for Manchester have been published.
Voters went to the polls yesterday (Thursday 3 May) to choose one third of the council.
For a full ward-by-ward breakdown of results visit www.manchester.gov.uk/elections
The composition of the council is now:
Liberal Democrat: 9
Voters yesterday also took part in the referendum on how Manchester City Council is run.
They were asked whether they would prefer the council to be run:
By a leader who is an elected councillor chosen by a vote of the other elected councillors
By a mayor who is elected by voters
The results were:
Leader option: 48,593
Elected mayor option: 42,677
The Leader option had the majority and will be how the council is run in future.