Here is a summary of the local election results in the rest of Devon (Plymouth and Exeter already reported)
- Mid Devon District Council (whole council)
The Liberal Democrats have won control of Mid Devon, in a big boost to local Lib Dem MP and by-election winner Richard Foord.
From Devon to Dacorum and Stratford to Surrey, Lib Dems say they are winning big right across the country.
- North Devon Council (whole council)
The Liberal Democrats have expanded their control of North Devon Council, now holding 23 of the 42 seats, having won one extra member.
The Greens also made a gain, moving from two to three seats, with the Conservatives losing one seat and dropping down to seven, while there are now nine Independents, down from 10.
- South Hams District Council (whole council)
The Liberal Democrats have gained enough seats to take overall control of South Hams District Council.
- Teignbridge (whole council)
The Liberal Democrats gained in Teignbridge and so now have overall control of the council. Before the election, no party had overall control.
- Torbay (whole council)
The Conservative Party have won enough seats to gain a majority in Torbay.
- Torridge (whole council)
Independent candidates won the most seats in Torridge, taking 16 of 36 available. The Liberal Democrats took eight seats, followed by the Conservatives with six, but no party has overall control.
- West Devon (whole council)
The election results in West Devon mean no one party has overall control of the council. The Conservative Party previously had the majority.