Although British actors dominated the Golden Globes, they won the least Baftas in a decade.

Purely British productions only won six of the 25 awards at the ceremony.Dev Patel was the most famous winner based on his supporting role in Lion.

An analysis of the figures suggests the host nation took home just six of the 25 honours up for grabs.

Tom Holland, Stuart Craig and Anna Pinnock were the other winners taking awards for being a Rising Star and for Production Design respectively.

In 2009, Britain won a total of 15 Baftas, which is more than double the result they came away with this year.

Actors from ethnic minority backgrounds did better at the Bafta awards than in previous years, unlike British actors.

Dev Patel and Viola Davis took Supporting role awards for Lion and Fences. However this is only a record if you only count the last two years.

Lala Land took Best Film, with Emma Stone also winning Best Actress in a Leading Role. Best Actor went to Casey Affleck for Manchester by the Sea.