Local elections on 2 May in England and Northern Ireland have provided a snapshot of the changing political map with Brexit still the main focus for voters and only weeks before the European Elections on 23-26 May.
Polls took place for 248 English councils, six mayors, and all 11 councils in Northern Ireland.
Approximately 70% of Conservative voters voted to Leave in the 2016 referendum on EU membership and approximately 30% to Remain. Conversely, 70% of Labour’s voters voted to Remain and 30%...
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