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• The United Kingdom has gone to the polls in its third general election in five years.

• Party leaders have been seen out and about casting their votes.

• Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn cast their votes in London earlier this morning.

• BBC, Sky and ITV will release their exit poll at as soon as voting closes at 22:00

• Follow all of the latest updates by using #CSMGE2019 and by listening live to Xpress Radio and CUTV.


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Politics

General Election 2019: Live Results

Source: CSM

Live updates of the 2019 General Election results from across the UK. 


05:22
With 637 of 650 seats declared the state of the Commons currently stands at:
  • Conservative: 355
  • Labour: 202
  • SNP: 48
  • Lib Dem: 10
  • DUP: 8
  • Sinn Fein: 6
  • Plaid Cymru: 4
  • SDLP: 2
  • Green Party: 1
  • Alliance: 1

05:18
The Labour Party has reached 200 seats, while the Conservative Party is on 337 seats.

05:04
The Conservative Party has won a majority in the House of Commons hitting 326 seats.

04:48
Of 18 Nothern Ireland seats
  • DUP: 7 Seats
  • Sinn Fein: 5 seats
  • SDLP: 2 seats
  • Alliance: 1 seat

04:45

451 of 533 English seats announced:
  • Conservative: 276seats
  • Labour: 168seats
  • Liberal Democrat: 6seats
    Green: 1 seat

04:41

40 of 40 Welsh seats have been announced:

  • Labour:22
  • Conservative: 14
  • Plaid Cymru: 4

04:38

Anna McMorrin, MP for Cardiff North has called for Jeremy Corbyn to resign.


04:35

So far 46 of 59 Scottish seats have been announced:

  • SNP:41
  • Conservative: 3
  • Labour: 1
  • Lib Dem: 1

39 of 40 Welsh seats have been announced:

  • Labour:21
  • Conservative: 14
  • Plaid Cymru: 4

Of 650 UK constituencies announced:

  • Conservative: 273
  • Labour: 184
  • SNP: 41
  • Lib Dem: 7
  • DUP: 6
  • Plaid Cymru: 4
  • Sinn Fein: 5
  • SLDP: 1
  • Alliance: 1

04:22

Leader of the Green Party in the House of Commons, Caroline Lucas has increased her share of the vote in Brighton Pavillion by 5%.


04:15

Cardiff North results:

  • Labour: 26,064
  • Conservative: 19,082
  • Lib Dem: 3,580
  • Plaid Cymru: 1,606
  • Brexit Party: 1,311
  • Green Party: 820

Labour hold – majority 6,982


03:57

UK wide results so far:

414 of 650 seats announced

  • Conservative 214
  • Labour 143
  • SNP 34
  • Lib Dem 7
  • DUP 5
  • Plaid Cymru 4
  • Sinn Fein 4
  • Alliance 1
  • SLDP 1
  • Speaker 1

03:52

Welsh seats announced so far:

From a total of 40 seats:

  • Labour: 19
  • Conservative: 12
  • Plaid Cymru: 4

03:49

Cardiff Central results:

  • LAB – 25,605
  • CON – 8,426
  • LIB DEM – 6,298
  • BREXIT – 1,006
  • GWLAD – 280
  • IND – 119

LAB hold – 17,179 majority


03:46

Cardiff South and Penarth results:

  • LAB – 27,382
  • CONS – 14,645
  • PLAID – 2,386
  • LIB – 2,985
  • GREEN – 1,182
  • BREXIT – 1,999

LAB hold


03:45

Dunbartonshire East, Jo Swinson’s seat had a swing to the SNP of 5.3% and a turnout of 80%. The seat was gained by the SNP.


03:45

Leader of the Conservatives, Boris Johnson retains his seat with an increased majority.

Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson loses her seat by 149 votes.

Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn announced that he would not be leading the Labour Party into another general election.

 


03:30

Current Seats…

  • Conservative: 146
  • Labour: 107
  • SNP: 21
  • Lib Dem: 5
  • Plaid Cymru: 4
  • DUP: 5
  • Other: 5

03:23

The prediction for the results of the night has changed to:

  • Conservative: 357
  • Labour: 201
  • SNP: 55
  • Lib Dem: 13
  • Plaid Cymru: 4
  • Green Party: 1
  • Brexit Party: 0
  • Speaker: 1

03:20

Jeremy Corbyn has retained his seat in Islington North by a majority of 26,188


03:20

Seats so far

  • Conservative Party: 115
  • Labour Party: 92
  • SNP: 17
  • Sinn Fein: 4
  • Liberal Democrat: 3
  • Plaid Cymru: 3
  • Alliance: 1
  • DUP: 2
  • Speaker: 1

03:00

Results so far…

Labour Party: 76

  • Edmonton (hold)
  • Wirral West (hold)
  • Nottingham East (hold)
  • Leeds East (hold)
  • Liverpool West Derby (hold)
  • Bolton South East (hold)
  • Merthyr Tydfil & Rhymney (hold)
  • Torfaen (hold)
  • Newport East (hold)
  • Pontypridd (hold)
  • Luton South (hold)
  • Preston (hold)
  • Cynon Valley (hold)
  • Leicester West (hold)
  • St Helens North (hold)
  • Warley (hold)
  • Barnsley Central (hold)
  • Blaydon (hold)
  • Ealing North (hold)
  • Swansea East (hold)
  • Hartlepool (hold)
  • Ogmore (hold)
  • Blackburn (hold)
  • Garston & Halewood (hold)
  • Aberavon (hold)
  • Nottingham South (hold)
  • Nottingham North (hold)
  • Wirral South (hold)
  • Gower (hold)
  • Tyneside North (hold)
  • Sefton Central (hold)
  • Liverpool Walton (hold)
  • St Helens South & Whiston (hold)
  • Rotherham (hold)
  • Ealing Southall (hold)

Conservative Party: 85

  • Basingstoke (hold)
  • Cities of London & Westminster (hold)
  • Clwyd West (hold)
  • Wolverhampton South West (gain from Labour)
  • Telford (hold)
  • Bedfordshire South West (hold)
  • Aldridge-Brownhills (hold)
  • Bosworth (hold)
  • Wealden (hold)
  • Ribble Valley (hold)
  • Lichfield (hold)
  • Bishop Auckland (gain from Labour)
  • Newton Abbot (hold)
  • West Bromich West (gain from Labour)
  • Ipswitch (gain from Labour)
  • Torbay (hold)
  • Burnley (gain from Labour)
  • Southport (hold)
  • New Forest East (hold)
  • Warwickshire North (hold)
  • Cannock Chase (hold)
  • Hampshire North East (hold)
  • Hemel Hempstead (hold)
  • Truro & Falmouth (hold)
  • Swindon South (hold)
  • Rochford & Southend East (hold)
  • Copeland (hold)
  • Aldershot (hold)
  • Beverley & Holderness (hold)
  • Walsall North (hold)
  • Hexham (hold)
  • Chingford & Woodford Green (hold)
  • Haltemprice & Howden (hold)
  • Wolverhampton
  • Rugby (hold)
  • North East (gain from Labour)
  • Harwich & Essex North (hold)
  • Saffron Walden (hold)
  • Folkestone & Hythe (hold)
  • Blackpool North & Cleveleys (hold)
  • Hemel Hempstead (hold)
  • Suffolk West (hold)
  • Scarborough & Whitby (hold)
  • Ynys Mon (gain from Labour)
  • Redcar (gain from Labour)
  • Pendle (hold)
  • Norfolk Mid (hold)

Liberal Democrat: 2

  • Twickenham (hold)

Plaid Cymru: 2

  • Dwyfor Meirionnydd (hold)

Alliance: 1

DUP: 1

SNP: 13

  • Lanark & Hamilton East (hold)
  • Inverclyde (hold)
  • Paisley & Renfrewshire North (hold)
  • Perth & Perthshire North (hold)
  • Midlothian (gain from Labour)
  • Ochil & South Perthshire (SNP gain from Conservative)
  • Ayrshire North & Arran (hold)
  • East Lothian (gain from Labour)

Sinn Fein: 4

  • Mid Ulster (hold)
  • Belfast North (gain from DUP)

Speaker: 1

*In addition to the last update


02:15

Results so far…

Labour Party: 34

  • Islwyn (hold)
  • Swansea West (hold)
  • Barnsley East (hold)
  • Leicester East (hold)
  • Birkenhead (hold)
  • Leyton & Wanstead (hold)
  • Bootle (hold)
  • Stockton North (hold)
  • Tynemouth (hold)
  • Ealing Central & Acton (hold)
  • Lewisham West & Penge (hold)
  • Llanelli (hold)

Conservative Party: 34

  • Harlow (hold)
  • Leigh (gain from Labour)
  • Wycombe (hold)
  • Vale of Glamorgan (hold)
  • Havant (hold)
  • Rushcliffe (hold)
  • Fareham (hold)
  • Thurrock (hold)
  • Clwyd South (gain from Labour)
  • Carlisle (hold)
  • Epping Forest (hold)
  • Southend West (hold)
  • Stratford-on-Avon (hold)
  • Solihull (hold)

Plaid Cymru: 1

Alliance: 1

DUP: 1

SNP: 5

  • Paisley & Renfrewshire South (hold)
  • Dunbartonshire West (hold)

Speaker: 1

*In addition to the last update


02:00

Results so far…

Labour Party: 22

  • Jarrow (hold)
  • Gateshead (hold)
  • Caerphilly (hold)
  • Makerfield (hold)
  • Knowsley (hold)
  • Leicester South (hold)
  • Wigan (hold)
  • Putney (gain from Conservative)
  • Lewisham East (hold)
  • Rochdale (hold)
  • Walthamstow (hold)

Conservative Party: 20

  • Basildon South & Thurrock East (hold)
  • Rayleigh & Wickford (hold)
  • Vale of Clwyd (gain from Labour)
  • Peterborough
  • Wrexham (gain from Labour)
  • Basildon & Billericay (hold)
  • Bracknell (hold)
  • Harrogate & Knaresborough (hold)
  • Chelmsford (hold)
  • Meriden (hold)

Plaid Cymru: 1

  • Arfon (hold)

Alliance: 1

  • North Down (gain from Independent)

DUP: 1

  • Strongford (hold)

SNP: 3

  • Kilmarnock & Loudon (hold)
  • Angus (gain from Conservative)

Speaker Lindsay Hoyle has won in his seat of Chorley.

*In addition to the last update


01:30

Results so far…

Labour Party: 10

  • Wansbeck (hold)

Conservative Party: 8

  • Broxbourne (hold)
  • Workington (gain from Labour)
  • Fylde (hold)
  • Kettering (hold)
  • Darlington (gain)

Scottish National Party: 1

  • Rutherglen & Hamilton West (gain from Labour)

*In addition to the last update


01:15

Results so far…

Labour Party: 9 seats

  • South Shields (hold)

Conservative Party: 3 seats

  • Nuneaton (hold)

*In addition to the last update


00:53

Results so far…

Labour Party: 8 seats

  • Halton (hold)
  • Newcastle Upon Tyne North (hold)
  • Washington & Sunderland West (hold)
  • Middlesborough (hold)
  • Sunderland Central (hold)
  • Newcastle Upon Tyne East (hold)
  • Houghton & Sunderland South (hold)
  • Newcastle Upon Tyne Central (hold)

Conservative Party 2 seats

  • Swindon North (hold)
  • Blyth Valley (gain)

00:18

Cemlyn Davies, BBC Wales correspondent says that a Conservative source says Labour may increase its majority since the 2017 General Election.


00:15 

Results so far…

Labour Party: 4 seats

Conservative Party: 1 seat


23:30

Blyth Valley result

  • Conservative: 17,440
  • Labour: 16,728
  • Brexit Party: 3,394
  • Lib Dem: 2,151
  • Green: 1,146

Conservative gain with a majority of 712


23:29

Sunderland results:

Labour hold


23:28

Newcastle Central results:

  • Labour 21,658
  • Conservative 9,290
  • Lib Dem 2,709
  • Brexit Party 2,542
  • Green 1,365

23:04

According to the exit poll figures, Leader of the Liberal Democrats is set to lose her seat of Dunbartonshire East to the SNP.


23:00

Among some of the most marginal seats in Wales are:

  • Aberconwy: Conservative hold
  • Arfon: Plaid Cymru hold
  • Ceredigion: Too close to predict
  • Preseli Pembrokeshire: Conservative hold
  • Newport West: Labour hold
  • Vale of Clwyd: Conservative gain
  • Wrexham: Conservative gain

22:54

The predictions for the Cardiff constituencies according to the exit poll are:

  • Cardiff Central: 99% change Labour hold
  • Cardiff North: 51% chance of Labour hold, 49% chance of Conservative gain
  • Cardiff West: 99% chance of Labour  hold
  • Cardiff South and Penarth: 99% chance of Labour hold

Results are expected between 03:00-04:00

(According to the BBC)


22:38

The first result should come in at around 23:00. Normally Sunderland or Newcastle are the first to declare.


22:36

The Sterling is at its highest exchange rate since May 2018.


22:15

Should the exit poll figures materialise this would symbolise the worst performance for the Labour Party since 1935.


22:00

Exit Poll results:

The number of seats per party:

  • Conservative Party: 368
  • Labour Party: 191
  • SNP: 55
  • Liberal Democrat Party: 13
  • Plaid Cymru: 3
  • Green Party: 1
  • Brexit Party: 0
  • Other: 19

Conservative Majority of 86


19:00

Welcome to Cardiff Student Media’s live coverage of the 2019 General Election. Keep refreshing this page from 21:30 for all of the latest results.

 

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