General Election Results -Live Updates

Nailed will be with you throughout the night.  We will focus on Derbyshire results and the national result.

10: 20pm
The exits polls predict that the national outcome of the election will be:

  • Conservative
  • Labour
  • SNP
  • Lib Dem
  • Plaid Cymru
  • Green
  • Brexit
  • 368 seats
  • 191
  • 55
  • 13
  • 3
  • 1
  • 0
  • Up from 317
  • Down from 262
  • Up from 35
  • Up from 12
  • Down from 4
  • Hold
  • As expected

These are only predictions. This is not the result.

Update times will not be frequent, and will only occur for big changes and local results.

1:26am
Results declared so far are 10 seats to Labour, 7 seats to Conservative, 1 seat to SNP (Scottish National Party)

Scotland appears to have reacted to the Conservative Party’s actions in completely the opposite way to England and both the declared vote and the Scottish exit polls suggest the Conservatives doing poorly there. Scotland has 59 seats in parliament.

1:46am
Declared seats:

Labour -17 seats, Conservatives – 12 seats, SNP -1

2:05am
Declared seats:

Labour – 26 seats, Conservatives – 23 seats, SNP -3, DUP -1, APNI -1
APNI – Alliance Party of Northern Ireland

The Conservative Party have not, so far, actually increased their vote share by much. It stands at +2%. It is the drop in votes for Labour -10%, which is responsible for 5 Conservative gains.

The statements from the public about voting revolve around not wanting Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister. Many repeat anti-Labour propaganda which was put out by the right wing tabloid press. The data from areas where Labour has lost support suggests that these are Leave areas and that they have interpreted Labour’s stance as being Remain. Labour’s stance is now neutral, although it previously stated that it respected the vote and argued for protection of rights. This suggests that it is the lack of a parriting the polarised Leave stance which is the cause of the loss of this support.

2:25am
Declared seats:

Labour – 45 seats, Conservative – 43 seats, SNP – 6 seats, Plaid Cymru -2 seats, DUP – 1 seat, APNI -1 seat

Support: Conservative +2%, Labour -9%, Lib Dem +3%, Brexit +4%, SNP +1%, Green —

2:47am
Declared seats:

Conservative -67 seats, Labour – 62 seats, SNP – 13 seats, Plaid Cymru – 2 seats, DUP – 1 seat, Lib Dem – 1 seat, Sinn Fein – 1 seat

Support: Con +2%, Lab -8%, LD +3%, Brx +3%, SNP +1%

3:00am

Parties with seat increases:
Conservative – 93 seats, Labour – 79 seats, SNP 16 seats, Sinn Fein – 4, Lib Dem – 3 seats

3:10am

New predictions of seats:
Conservative – 357
Labour – 201
SNP – 55
Lib Dem – 13
Green -1

3:20am
Declared seats:

Conservative – 132 seats, Labour – 101 seats, SNP – 18 seats, Lib Dems – 5 seats, Sinn Fein – 4 seats, DUP – 3 seats, Plaid Cymru – 3 seats, APNI – 1 seat

The Liberal Democrats have beaten Zac Goldsmith in Richmond Park. Anti-Heathrow campaigner Sarah Olney takes his seat.

In Islington North, Jeremy Corbyn retained his seat by a majority of 26,000.

3:22am
Nigel Mills has retained his seat in Amber Valley.

  • Conservative
  • Labour
  • Lib Dem
  • Green
  • 26,096
  • 12,210
  • 2873
  • 1388

3:35am
Heather Wheeler wins Derbyshire South in a Conservative Hold

  • Conservative
  • Labour
  • Lib Dem
  • Green
  • 33,502
  • 14,167
  • 3924
  • 1788

3:40am
Conservative Hold in Erewash for Maggie Throup

  • Conservative
  • Labour
  • Lib Dem
  • Green
  • Des Ball (Ind)
  • R Shaw (Ind)
  • Roy Dunn (Ind)
  • 27,560
  • 16,954
  • 2487
  • 1115
  • 388
  • 188
  • 122

Prime Minister, Alexander “Boris” de Pfeffel Johnson has retained his seat in Uxbridge.

His speech repeated the manifesto promises and catchphrases.

3: 49am
Declared seats:

Conservative – 182 seats, Labour – 126 seats, SNP – 29 seats, Lib Dem – 6 seats, DUP – 5 seats, Sinn Fein – 5 seats, Plaid Cymru – 4 seats, APNI – 1 seat


Jo Swinson, Liberal Democrat leader, has lost her seat to Amy Callaghan from the Scottish National Party.

3:55am
Declared seats:

Conservative – 205 seats, Labour – 134 seats, SNP – 30 seats, Lib Dem – 7 seats, DUP – 5 seats, Sinn Fein – 5 seats, Plaid Cymru – 4 seats, APNI – 1 seat, SDLP – 1 seat

SDLP = Social Democratic and Labour Party (Ireland)

4:05am
Declared seats:

Conservative – 226 seats, Labour – 153 seats, SNP – 34 seats, Lib Dem – 7 seats, DUP – 5 seats, Sinn Fein – 5 seats, Plaid Cymru – 4 seats, APNI – 1 seat, SDLP – 1 seat

4:20am
Declared seats:

Conservative – 226 seats, Labour – 153 seats, SNP – 34 seats, Lib Dem – 7 seats, DUP – 5 seats, Sinn Fein – 5 seats, Plaid Cymru – 4 seats, APNI – 1 seat, SDLP – 1 seat

Derbyshire Dales is a Conservative hold. Sarah Dines takes the seat that Patrick McLoughlin did not stand again for.

  • Conservative
  • Labour
  • Lib Dem
  • Green
  • 29,356
  • 11,975
  • 6627
  • 2058

Caroline Lucas has retained her seat for the Green Party in Brighton Pavillion with 20,000 more votes than the next candidate. Her majority has increased to 57%.

Her speech attacked the political system and emotionally expressed sorrow for those suffering and unrepresented under a “rotten” administration.

4:51am
Declared results:

Conservative – 305 seats, Labour – 192 seats, SNP – 44 seats, Lib Dem – 7 seats, DUP – 7 seats, Sinn Fein – 5 seats, Plaid Cymru – 4 seats, SDLP – 2 seats, APNI – 1 seat, Green Party – 1 seat

5:06am
Election officially called for the Conservative Party, having won 326 seats. It is the Conservatives taking Bolsover from Dennis Skinner that was the seat which gave them the majority win. There are 51 seats left to call, including some Derbyshire seats.

Bolsover has been taken from Dennis Skinner, after 49 years in parliament. Mark Fletcher takes his seat.

  • Conservative
  • Labour
  • Brexit Party
  • Lib Dem
  • Green
  • 21,791
  • 16,492
  • 4151
  • 1759
  • 758

Derby North has returned to Conservative representation, after the furore over Chris Williamson, the Labour MP, who expelled from the party.

  • Conservative
  • Labour
  • Lib Dem
  • Brexit Party
  • Green
  • Chris Williamson (Ind)
  • 21,259
  • 18,719
  • 3450
  • 1908
  • 1046
  • 635

Chesterfield is a Labour Hold for Toby Perkins.

  • Labour
  • Conservative
  • Brexit Party
  • Lib Dem
  • Green
  • John Daramy (Ind)
  • 18,171
  • 16,720
  • 4771
  • 3985
  • 1148
  • 391

Derby South is a Labour Hold for Dame Margaret Beckett

  • Labour
  • Conservative
  • Lib Dem
  • Brexit Party
  • 21,690
  • 15,671
  • 2621
  • 2480

5:28am
Declared results:

Conservative – 341 seats, Labour – 201 seats, SNP – 46 seats, Lib Dem – 9 seats, DUP – 8 seats, Sinn Fein – 6 seats, Plaid Cymru – 4 seats, SDLP – 2 seats, APNI – 1 seat, Green – 1 seat

5:40am
The final Derbyshire seat to declare is Belper’s own Mid Derbyshire, which is a Conservative Hold for Pauline Latham, who has held the seat since it was created in 2010.

  • Conservative
  • Labour
  • Lib Dem
  • Green
  • 29,027
  • 13,642
  • 4756
  • 1931

5:50am
Declared results:

Conservative – 355 seats, Labour – 202 seats, SNP – 48 seats, Lib Dem – 10 seats, DUP – 8 seats, Sinn Fein – 6 seats, Plaid Cymru – 4 seats, SDLP – 2 seats, APNI – 1 seat, Green – 1 seat

6:00am
There are 11 seats left to declare.

There are 7 left to declare. We will update you with a final result.

There’s 1 result missing. It makes little difference.

Final results:

Conservative – 364 seats. Labour – 203 seats, SNP – 48 seats, Lib Dem – 11 seats, DUP – 8 seats, Sinn Fein – 7 seats, Plaid Cymru – 4 seats, SDLP – 2 seats, APNI – 1 seat, Green – 1 seat

St.Ives is outstanding. We will update the last seat tomorow as we don’t know when that result will come in but have been working for 10.5 hours


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Clare Washbrook

Current Editor-in-Chief News and magazine editor since 1995 Post-grads: Literature; Theatre; Journalism, Ethics & Law Community Affiliations: Belper Goes Green, Belper's WW1 Poppies, Amber Valley Solidarity No political party memberships/affiliations.

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