United Kingdom local elections, 1984
Local elections were held in the United Kingdom in 1984. There was a slight reversal in the Conservative government's fortunes, but the party remained ahead. The projected share of the vote was Conservatives 38%, Labour 37%, Liberal-SDP Alliance 21%.
The Conservatives lost 164 seats, leaving them with 10,393 councillors.
The SDP-Liberal Alliance, now led by David Owen, gained 160 seats and finished with 2,331 councillors.