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Party Conservative Labour Scottish National Party Liberal Democrat Democratic Unionist Party Others
Seats 318 262 35 12 10 13
Change −13 +30 −21 +4 +2 −2
UK Results

After 650 of 650 seats


Parliamentary constituency


General Election 2017 results
Party Votes % Net percentage change in seats



Nicky Morgan Votes 27,022 header_vote_share 49.9 Net percentage change in seats +0.4



Jewel Miah Votes 22,753 header_vote_share 42.0 Net percentage change in seats +10.1


Liberal Democrat

David Walker Votes 1,937 header_vote_share 3.6 Net percentage change in seats -0.5



Andy McWilliam Votes 1,465 header_vote_share 2.7 Net percentage change in seats -8.3


Green Party

Philip Leicester Votes 971 header_vote_share 1.8 Net percentage change in seats -1.8

Turnout and CON majority

CON majority




Vote share

Party %
Conservative 49.9
Labour 42.0
Liberal Democrat 3.6
UKIP 2.7
Green Party 1.8

Vote share change since 2015

Liberal Democrat
Green Party

Latest updates

MP issues rallying cry to government

Calum McKenzie

BBC News

A former Conservative minister has urged the cabinet to "get a grip" and act "collectively to shape Brexit".

Nicky Morgan looks on as Theresa May speaks
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There have been rumblings among some of the party's MPs about the performance of both the chancellor and the prime minister as the negotiations dominate.

Writing for ConservativeHome, Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough, said: "There were times last year for the prime minister to step aside – immediately after the June 2017 election, or after Party Conference.

"That didn’t happen. Maybe the cabinet should have asked her to go, but they didn’t.

"We are now into a critical nine months for the future of the country, so the Cabinet need to get a grip by acting collectively to shape Brexit".

The PM's official spokesman said she was "grasping the many opportunities" of Brexit while also acting on housing, schools and the NHS.

MP queries night time street light switch off

BBC Radio Leicester

Loughborough MP Nicky Morgan has written to Leicestershire Police's chief constable to ask whether street lights should be switched back on overnight.

Nicky Morgan

Ms Morgan's letter was prompted by the fatal stabbing in Moira Street (pictured below) earlier this month.

"There were good environmental reasons for switching the street lights off but there may well be reasons for revisiting that decision," she told BBC Radio Leicester.

Chief constable Simon Cole has said there is no evidence to link violent crime with street lights being switched off.

Police cordon in Moira

East Midlands MPs help defeat government in Brexit vote

Calum McKenzie

BBC News

Three East Midlands Conservative MPs rebelled in the Commons as the government was defeated in a key Brexit vote.

Ken Clarke, Anna Soubry and Nicky Morgan
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Anna Soubry, Nicky Morgan and Ken Clarke backed an amendment giving MPs a legal guarantee of a vote on the final Brexit deal struck with Brussels.

It was the first Commons defeat for Theresa May as prime minister - losing by 309 votes to 305.

Free ATMs 'must be available UK-wide'

Dave Wade

BBC Local Live

Isn't it annoying when you need some cash and the only ATM you can find levies a charge?

Loughborough's MP has told the Link network, which oversees free-to-use cash machines across the UK, there must be an even spread of cash machines across the country.

cash machine
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Nicky Morgan, who chairs the Commons Treasury Committee, has written to the head of the Link network telling them any big fall in the number of ATMs would "clearly be of concern".

Under proposals published earlier this month, Link would reduce the amount it charges card issuers to allow customers to use the machines from around 25p per withdrawal to 20p from next April.

But the ATM industry association said this could lead to some machines no longer being "economically viable".

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Sir Mark Boleat, who chairs Link and to whom the letter is addressed, said: "We do not envisage any scenario where there will be areas of the UK which will not continue to have free access to their money."

Watch: Johnson 'should be considering his position' - Morgan

Dave Wade

BBC Local Live

Here's the full interview which Loughborough MP Nicky Morgan gave to the Daily Politics today.

Speaking about Boris Johnson's handling of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe being held in Iran, the former education secretary said: "I don't know what advice he is getting".

Mr Johnson has today apologised for his remarks about the British-Iranian mother who is being held in prison in Iran.

Morgan: Boris should consider position

The Daily Politics

The Conservative MP for Loughborough said she "cannot begin to imagine what went through" Boris Johnson's and Michael Gove's minds when they made comments about a British-Iranian mum, currently imprisoned in Iran.

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Last week Mr Johnson said he was sorry if remarks he made about the British-Iranian mother caused anxiety to her family.

Mr Gove told the BBC at the weekend he did not know what Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been doing in Iran when she was arrested.

'Don't turn a blind eye' to Westminster harassment claims

BBC Radio 5 live

A Conservative MP has called for change in the "culture" at Westminster, amid a series of allegations of inappropriate behaviour in Parliament.

Nicky Morgan

Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough, said she believes many people working in Westminister do not know where to turn.

She said: "If it's your first job and you're vulnerable and you don't know if this behaviour is acceptable and you don't know who to talk to, actually where do you turn to?

"I think in any workplace it's the people at the top who set the cultures and clearly the culture that we're working in in Westminster - as in many other workplaces - people have to think about the culture they're setting, not just turn a blind eye to it."

At the moment, there is a 24-hour confidential helpline for all staff to report abuse claims and an HR advice service for MPs and their staff.

But those who work for a Member of Parliament are directly employed by that person's office and are not covered by grievance procedures for other parliamentary staff.

Nicky Morgan: Parliament 'must get say' on Brexit deal

The Daily Politics

Parliament not getting a vote on the government's final Brexit deal would be "clearly unacceptable," according to a prominent Conservative MP.

Nicky Morgan

Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough, was responding to comments from Brexit secretary David Davis, who said any deal may not be done until the "59th minute of the 11th hour".

"It would be completely pointless to have such a vote at that stage and so it is clearly unacceptable," Ms Morgan told the Daily Politics on BBC Two.

The former education secretary added that she was confident Theresa May would make sure the UK and European Parliament would "have time" to vote on any deal.

The government agreed earlier this year to give Parliament a "meaningful" say on the outcome of the current negotiations but Downing Street has not said when it will be.

Letter to female MP in gender gaffe

Calum McKenzie

BBC Local Live

A female Conservative MP was mistakenly addressed as a male in a letter sent to her about the government's plans to streamline the process of changing gender.

Nicky Morgan
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Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough, tweeted that the correspondence, from the Conservative Grassroots organisation, had got her gender wrong.

The group's letter, sent to MPs, was discussing the organisation's thoughts on the consultation and the "public debate" surrounding it.

Many schools not teaching 'life skills,' MP says

Press Association

A Conservative MP has said schools which do not teach character are only doing "half a job".

Nicky Morgan
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Nicky Morgan, the MP for Loughborough and a former education secretary, said there should also be an emphasis on skills such as resilience, persistence, grit and leadership as well as academic study.

This, she said, would give young people the ability to cope with what "life throws at them".

She added: "Yes, we need our students to be taught knowledge and acquire knowledge in their time at school but they also need to have character development and to learn about character.