Post by greenchristian on Feb 14, 2019 22:42:13 GMT
Just did a quick check through the Mets, and came up with the following (which, with one arguable exception, matches greenhert 's list):Barnsley, Gateshead, Knowsley, Liverpool, Manchester, North Tyneside, Rochdale, Salford, Sandwell, St Helens, South Tyneside, Tameside, Wakefield, Wigan, Wolverhampton
The arguable exception is Oldham, where Labour could - in theory - drop to 30 seats out of 60, as several councillors elected as Labour are now sitting as independents (according to the council website).
Despite Admin Twaddleford 's comment, it turns out that there are quite a few mets that could theoretically change hands (but in most of these cases, the ruling party would have to be almost entirely wiped out, so they aren't exactly competitive). The list is as follows: Bradford, Bury, Coventry, Kirklees, Leeds, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Sefton, Sheffield, Solihull, Stockport, Sunderland, Wirral
Didn't check the unitaries or districts, though. But based on that check it seems likely that greenhert has caught them all.