Local Elections: Havering count due to start

08:57 23 May 2014

The Havering local election count is due to start this morning after voting closed at 10pm yesterday.

Reporters Sam Blewett and Sam Gelder are at Hornchurch Sports Centre, in Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch, where the ballot papers have been collated. They will be posting the results here as they come in.

You can also follow them throughout the day on Twitter @romfordrecorder where they will be using #Haveringvotes.

Or check out our live blog here.

Let us know your thoughts about the outcomes by calling 020 8477 3878 or emailing

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