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Hackney election results 2018: Rolling coverage of all the winners and losers in council poll

PUBLISHED: 09:36 04 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:06 05 May 2018

Hackney Town Hall. Follow our blog for live election results coverage. Picture: Isabel Infantes

Hackney Town Hall. Follow our blog for live election results coverage. Picture: Isabel Infantes

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Voters across Hackney went to the polls yesterday to cast their ballots in the local election.

The Gazette will be at the Britannia Leisure Centre today for the results of the count, which is set to start at 10am.

The results are scheduled to start rolling in from midday.

Follow our live blog here for all the updates, results and reaction.

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