ALLERDALE RESULT:St Michael's - Mary Bainbridge, LAB, 1,304, Neil Schofield, LAB, 1,008. Billy Miskelly, LAB 948.
Only Keswick and Seaton to go for the Allerdale Borough Council elections.
Jim Lister said: "I'm very pleased to have been re-elected. I was disappointed with the controversy there's beenave been doing for the last caused [in relation to the recent application for a wind turbine on his farm] and I hope to be able to represent the whole of the community."
Stephen Stoddart won his borough council seat after missing out by 82 votes in 2011.
He said: "The main reason I put myself forward as a councillor for Moorclose was to help the children of Moorclose and Westfield. That's what I have been doing for the last four years. The people of the area have seen what I have been doing to help the kids and they have come forward and voted so I'm a happy chappy.
"I want to continue to work for the benefit of the children. I want to get some serious investment back into Moorclose because when the leisure centre goes it's potentially just going to be an empty shell.
The final four seats on Carlisle City Council have also now been declared. Unsurprisingly the Conservatives retained their seats in Irthington, Longtown & Rockcliffe, Lyne and Stanwix Rural.
The results were:
IRTHING: Lynn Bates (Green), 217; Cyril Bowman (Con) 761; Gerard Champney (Lab), 208. CON HOLD.
LONGTOWN & ROCKCLIFFE: Michael Coates (Lib Dem), 98; Colin Luhrs (Green), 52; John Mallinson (Con), 1,004; Jeremy Norman (Ukip), 367; Stephen Sidgwick (Lab), 394. CON HOLD
LYNE: Ian Brewis (Green), 262; David Shepherd (Con) 917. CON HOLD.
STANWIX RURAL: James Bainbridge (Con), 1,635; Christine Bowditch (Lab), 570; John Harding (Ukip), 371; Charmain McCutcheon (Green), 143. CON HOLD.
It's looking likely that Allerdale will be a hung council, but we'll still waiting for two results.... Keswick and Seaton.
ALLERDALE RESULT: Seaton - Mark Jenkinson, UKIP, 988. Joseph Sandwith, UKIP, 1,156. Celia Tibble, Labour, 1,022.
ALLERDALE RESULT: Keswick - Tony Lywood, LAB, 1,041. Ronald Munby, CONS, 1139. Martin Pugmire, IND, 974.
Allerdale has 28 Labour councillors, 17 Conservative councillors, three UKIP councillors, seven Independents and one councillor with no party listed.
Interesting results coming in from the local council elections: Eden Council now Conservative-controlled for the first time ever; and Allerdale Council is hung, with no party with overall control.
Alan Smith, Allerdale council leader, is confident that Labour's 28 seats - half of the council - is enough to retain control. It is the same number of seats they won in 2011.
He said: "We have got enough to form an administration. I thank the people of Allerdale for putting their trust in us for the next four years.When we took control four years ago it was like a video recorder was on pause. The video recorder's gone now and we've got the pen drives in.
"We'll hit the ground running on Monday morning. We won't have two years of rubbish to sort out.
"We have now got a Conservative government and we don't know what they're going to do with the NHS and other things but we'll do the best we can with our front-line services to do the best with what we've got for Allerdale.
"We can now start doing deals to try to drive the economic regeneration forward for proper paid jobs."
The Labour group has an AGM on Sunday at which members will discuss who to put forward for committee chairmanships. Coun Smith said he would also consider at that meeting whether to make changes to the ruling executive committee or keep it as it is as all executive members retained their seats.
A bit of national news for you, George Osborne has been re-appointed as Chancellor, plus promoted to First Secretary of State, effectively Deputy PM.