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As the results of the 2019 general election sink in, we want to know what you've made of events overnight.

What do you think of the result? Have you got any questions that we might be able to answer? What are your hopes for the future?

You can contact us via: look.east@bbc.co.uk

Tories increase their hold in blue-ish Norfolk

Good morning, if you are just joining us here are the headlines from Norfolk:

  • Conservative Duncan Baker grabs North Norfolk from the Lib Dems
  • Labour's Clive Lewis is the only non-Conservative MP in Norfolk after returning to Norwich South
  • All Tory MPs increase their majority, including Chloe Smith in the marginal seat of Norwich North
Duncan Baker

'Dire' night for Labour in the East of England

Analysis from Andrew Sinclair, BBC political correspondent for the East of England.

Analysis: 'It's mainly Corbyn'

Andrew Sinclair

BBC Look East political correspondent

The debate is already under way among Labour members about why the party has done so badly in the East.

One senior figure in the regional party told me: “It was partly Brexit but mainly Corbyn.

"I lost track of the number of people who said to me: 'We like your candidate, they’ve been a good MP but I don’t want Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister.'

"Another told me we offered too many policies and the public stopped taking us seriously.“

Analysis: Close contests in two Norfolk seats

Robby West

BBC Norfolk political reporter

In the General Election 2019, two of the nine seats in Norfolkhave been closely contested.

Previously held by the Conservatives, Labour is the main challenger in Norwich North.

Norman Lamb

Opinions on Brexit and the NHS have dominated the conversation between people who live in this seat but rows over the council closing children’s centres and a rise in rough sleepers are local issues that could sway voters.

North Norfolk voted to leave the EU but in 2017 returned Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb (pictured).

The popular former health minister has decided not to stand this time and the Conservatives are pushing their Brexit messaging heavily here.