The Liberal Democrats have retained control of Sutton Council, winning 33 seats at last Thursday's election.
You can see the ward by ward breakdown on the Council website here.
Cllr Ruth Dombey, Lib Dem Leader of Sutton Council, said:
"A huge 'thank you' to everyone who backed the Lib Dems at the election and the hundreds of volunteers who helped make it happen.
"It was a tough campaign and we are delighted to have maintained a healthy majority on Sutton Council.
"After 32 years of Lib Dems running the Council, the residents of this borough have given us their trust and their confidence for the next four years and we won't let them down.
"Some good hardworking councillors from both parties lost their seats and I'd like to thank them for their dedication and commitment to the Borough. They will be a loss to us all."
Across the country, the Lib Dems secured their best local election result in more than fifteen years -- gaining 75 seats and taking control of Richmond, South Cambridgeshire, Three Rivers and Kingston-upon-Thames.