Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Stourbridge in the West Midlands on the eve of local election polling day.
Boris Johnson said: “Obviously with those, I think Andy Street has done an outstanding job in the West Midlands"
COUNCIL hopefuls are making their final pitches to voters as millions choose who holds the power to get stuff done in our local areas.
And with two years' worth of elections squashed into one day, May 6 has been dubbed ‘Super Thursday’.
The May 6 electoral race could have major ramifications for politics in the UK, and perhaps the Union itself.
Every adult in England, Scotland and Wales will be able to cast at least one vote, which is rare outside a general election, writes Wales Online.
Mayors and councils will be chosen in England, with about 5,000 council seats up for grabs as ballots were postponed during the first wave of the Covid crisis last year.
Ultimate guide to Thursday’s local elections – what seats are up for election and how can I vote?
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