Election 2019

General election 2019: How to find England results

Boris Johnson at his election count Image copyright Getty Images
Image caption Boris Johnson retained his Uxbridge and Ruislip South seat with 25,531 votes

The Conservatives have won 65% of the seats in England taking a string of former Labour strongholds.

All of England's 533 constituencies have been declared, with the Conservatives winning 345.

Focus has been on the traditional Labour heartlands of County Durham where a number of seats have switched to the Conservatives.

Labour have won 180 seats, the Liberal Democrats seven and Green party one.

St Ives, which was announced as remaining a Conservative seat at about 14:40 on Friday, was the last constituency to declare after the count was delayed by bad weather interrupting the collection of ballot boxes on the Isles of Scilly.

The first at about 23:28 on Thursday was Newcastle Central, which was held by Labour's Chi Onwurah.

You can enter your postcode or constituency in the tool below to find out the results for your area.

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    The BBC has been running live pages across England throughout the night.

    They cover:

    You can find a summary of all the results across England here.

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