The party secured 57 of the total 69 seats on the council giving it an overall majority. This means the Labour party will control the council for the next four years.
Voter turnout was 41.32% for the local elections. Votes cast in the local election determined which party formed the decision-making administration of Ealing Council for the next four years and how the council spends its budget on local services. Three councillors have been elected for each of the borough's 23 wards, making 69 councillors in total.
The political make-up of the council is 57 (Labour), eight (Conservative) and four (Liberal Democrats).
The full election results by ward are available on the council’s website. Pictures of all elected councillors will be published online early next week.