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The fifty-sixth Parliament of the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
was the legislature of the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
following the 2015 general election of Members of Parliament (MPs) to the House of Commons. Parliament, which consists of the House of Lords
House of Lords
and the elected House of Commons, was convened on 27 May 2015 at the Palace of Westminster
Palace of Westminster
by Queen Elizabeth II. It was dissolved just after midnight on 3 May 2017, being 25 working days ahead of the 2017 general election on 8 June 2017. The dissolution was originally scheduled for 2020, but took place almost three years early following a call for a snap election by Prime Minister Theresa May
Theresa May
which received the necessary two-thirds majority in a 522 to 13 vote in the House of Commons on 19 April 2017. It was the shortest Parliament since 1974.[1] The election saw each of Parliament's 650 constituencies return one MP to the House of Commons. It resulted in a Conservative majority, a massive loss of seats for the Liberal Democrats, and all but three Scottish seats going to the SNP. UKIP won its first seat at a general election. Alliance and Respect each had their representation from the last Parliament wiped out. The UUP won representation after none in the previous Parliament. During the 2015-17 Parliament, John Bercow
John Bercow
was the Speaker, David Cameron and Theresa May
Theresa May
served as Prime Minister, Harriet Harman, and Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn
served as Leader of the Opposition.

Contents

1 House of Commons composition 2 List of MPs elected in the general election 3 Changes and by-elections

3.1 Deputy Speakers 3.2 By-elections 3.3 Defections, suspensions and removal of whip

4 See also 5 References

House of Commons composition[edit] Below is a graphical representation of the House of Commons showing a comparison of party strengths as it was directly after the 2015 general election. This is not a seating plan of the House of Commons, which has five rows of benches on each side, with the government party to the right of the Speaker and opposition parties to the left, but with room for only around two-thirds of MPs to sit at any one time.

This table shows the number of MPs in each party:

Affiliation Members[2]

At 2015 election At dissolution

Conservative 330 330

Labour 232 229

SNP 56 54

Liberal Democrat 8 9

DUP 8 8

  Independent 0 4

Sinn Féin 4 4

Plaid Cymru 3 3

SDLP 3 3

UUP 2 2

Green 1 1

Independent Unionist 1 1

  Speaker 1 1

UKIP 1 0

Vacant seats 0 1

Total 650 650

Government majority 16 17

Notes

See here for a full list of changes during the fifty-sixth Parliament. In addition to the parties listed in the table above, the Co-operative Party was also represented in the House of Commons by Labour MPs sitting with the Labour Co-operative
Labour Co-operative
designation. The number of these MPs was 24 after the general election, and was 28 at dissolution. The actual government majority is calculated as Conservative MPs less all other parties. This calculation excludes the Speaker, Deputy Speakers (two Labour and one Conservative) and Sinn Féin
Sinn Féin
(who follow a policy of abstentionism).

List of MPs elected in the general election[edit] The following table is a list of MPs elected, ordered by constituency. Names of incumbents are listed where they stood for re-election; for details of defeated new candidates and the incumbent who stood down in those cases see individual constituency articles.

Constituency Party of incumbent before election Member returned (2015)[3] Notes[4]

Aberavon

Labour

Kinnock, The Hon. StephenThe Hon. Stephen Kinnock (L) Seat held, incumbent Hywel Francis stood down

Aberconwy

Conservative

Bebb, GutoGuto Bebb (C) Seat held

Aberdeen North

Labour

Blackman, KirstyKirsty Blackman (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Frank Doran stood down

Aberdeen South

Labour

McCaig, CallumCallum McCaig (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Dame Anne Begg

Airdrie and Shotts

Labour

Gray, NeilNeil Gray (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Pamela Nash

Aldershot

Conservative

Howarth, Sir GeraldSir Gerald Howarth (C) Seat held

Aldridge-Brownhills

Conservative

Morton, WendyWendy Morton (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Richard Shepherd
Richard Shepherd
stood down

Altrincham and Sale West

Conservative

Brady, GrahamGraham Brady (C) Seat held

Alyn and Deeside

Labour

Tami, MarkMark Tami (L) Seat held

Amber Valley

Conservative

Mills, NigelNigel Mills (C) Seat held

Angus

SNP

Weir, MikeMike Weir (SNP) Seat held

Arfon

Plaid Cymru

Williams, HywelHywel Williams (PC) Seat held

Argyll and Bute

Liberal Democrats

O'Hara, BrendanBrendan O'Hara (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Alan Reid

Arundel and South Downs

Conservative

Herbert, NickNick Herbert (C) Seat held

Ashfield

Labour

De Piero, GloriaGloria De Piero (L) Seat held

Ashford

Conservative

Green, DamianDamian Green (C) Seat held

Ashton-under-Lyne

Labour

Rayner, AngelaAngela Rayner (L) Seat held, incumbent David Heyes
David Heyes
stood down

Aylesbury

Conservative

Lidington, DavidDavid Lidington (C) Seat held

Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock

Labour

Wilson, CorriCorri Wilson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sandra Osborne

Banbury

Conservative

Prentis, The Hon. VictoriaThe Hon. Victoria Prentis (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Tony Baldry
Tony Baldry
stood down

Banff and Buchan

SNP

Whiteford, EilidhEilidh Whiteford (SNP) Seat held

Barking

Labour

Hodge, Margaret, LadyMargaret, Lady Hodge (L) Seat held

Barnsley Central

Labour

Jarvis, DanDan Jarvis (L) Seat held

Barnsley East

Labour

Dugher, MichaelMichael Dugher (L) Seat held

Barrow and Furness

Labour Co-operative

Woodcock, JohnJohn Woodcock (L Co-op) Seat held

Basildon and Billericay

Conservative

Baron, JohnJohn Baron (C) Seat held

Basingstoke

Conservative

Miller, MariaMaria Miller (C) Seat held

Bassetlaw

Labour

Mann, JohnJohn Mann (L) Seat held

Bath

Liberal Democrats

Howlett, BenBen Howlett (C) Seat gain, incumbent Don Foster stood down

Batley and Spen

Labour

Cox, JoJo Cox (L) Seat held, incumbent Mike Wood stood down

Battersea

Conservative

Ellison, JaneJane Ellison (C) Seat held

Beaconsfield

Conservative

Grieve, DominicDominic Grieve (C) Seat held

Beckenham

Conservative

Stewart, BobBob Stewart (C) Seat held

Bedford

Conservative

Fuller, RichardRichard Fuller (C) Seat held

Belfast East

Alliance

Robinson, GavinGavin Robinson (DUP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Naomi Long

Belfast North

DUP

Dodds, NigelNigel Dodds (DUP) Seat held

Belfast South

SDLP

McDonnell, AlasdairAlasdair McDonnell (SDLP) Seat held

Belfast West

Sinn Féin

Maskey, PaulPaul Maskey (SF) Seat held

Bermondsey and Old Southwark

Liberal Democrats

Coyle, NeilNeil Coyle (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Simon Hughes

Berwick-upon-Tweed

Liberal Democrats

Trevelyan, Anne-MarieAnne-Marie Trevelyan (C) Seat gain, incumbent Sir Alan Beith
Alan Beith
stood down

Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk

Liberal Democrats

Kerr, CalumCalum Kerr (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michael Moore

Bethnal Green and Bow

Labour

Ali, RushanaraRushanara Ali (L) Seat held

Beverley and Holderness

Conservative

Stuart, GrahamGraham Stuart (C) Seat held

Bexhill and Battle

Conservative

Merriman, HuwHuw Merriman (C) Seat held, incumbent Gregory Barker
Gregory Barker
stood down

Bexleyheath and Crayford

Conservative

Evennett, DavidDavid Evennett (C) Seat held

Birkenhead

Labour

Field, FrankFrank Field (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Edgbaston

Labour

Stuart, GiselaGisela Stuart (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Erdington

Labour

Dromey, JackJack Dromey (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Hall Green

Labour

Godsiff, RogerRoger Godsiff (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Hodge Hill

Labour

Byrne, LiamLiam Byrne (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Ladywood

Labour

Mahmood, ShabanaShabana Mahmood (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Northfield

Labour

Burden, RichardRichard Burden (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Perry Barr

Labour

Mahmood, KhalidKhalid Mahmood (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Selly Oak

Labour

McCabe, SteveSteve McCabe (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Yardley

Liberal Democrats

Phillips, JessJess Phillips (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent John Hemming

Bishop Auckland

Labour

Goodman, HelenHelen Goodman (L) Seat held

Blackburn

Independent[a]

Hollern, KateKate Hollern (L) Seat held, incumbent Jack Straw
Jack Straw
stood down

Blackley and Broughton

Labour

Stringer, GrahamGraham Stringer (L) Seat held

Blackpool North and Cleveleys

Conservative

Maynard, PaulPaul Maynard (C) Seat held

Blackpool South

Labour

Marsden, GordonGordon Marsden (L) Seat held

Blaenau Gwent

Labour

Smith, NickNick Smith (L) Seat held

Blaydon

Labour

Anderson, DavidDavid Anderson (L) Seat held

Blyth Valley

Labour

Campbell, RonnieRonnie Campbell (L) Seat held

Bognor Regis and Littlehampton

Conservative

Gibb, NickNick Gibb (C) Seat held

Bolsover

Labour

Skinner, DennisDennis Skinner (L) Seat held

Bolton North East

Labour

Crausby, DavidDavid Crausby (L) Seat held

Bolton South East

Labour

Qureshi, YasminYasmin Qureshi (L) Seat held

Bolton West

Labour

Green, ChrisChris Green (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Julie Hilling

Bootle

Labour

Dowd, PeterPeter Dowd (L) Seat held, incumbent Joe Benton
Joe Benton
stood down

Boston and Skegness

Conservative

Warman, MattMatt Warman (C) Seat held, incumbent Mark Simmonds
Mark Simmonds
stood down

Bosworth

Conservative

Tredinnick, DavidDavid Tredinnick (C) Seat held

Bournemouth East

Conservative

Ellwood, TobiasTobias Ellwood (C) Seat held

Bournemouth West

Conservative

Burns, ConorConor Burns (C) Seat held

Bracknell

Conservative

Lee, PhillipPhillip Lee (C) Seat held

Bradford East

Liberal Democrats

Hussain, ImranImran Hussain (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Ward

Bradford South

Labour

Cummins, JudithJudith Cummins (L) Seat held, incumbent Gerry Sutcliffe
Gerry Sutcliffe
stood down

Bradford West

Respect

Shah, NazNaz Shah (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent George Galloway

Braintree

Conservative

Cleverly, JamesJames Cleverly (C) Seat held, incumbent Brooks Newmark
Brooks Newmark
stood down

Brecon and Radnorshire

Liberal Democrats

Davies, ChristopherChristopher Davies (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Roger Hugh Williams

Brent Central

Liberal Democrats

Butler, DawnDawn Butler (L) Seat gain, incumbent Sarah Teather
Sarah Teather
stood down

Brent North

Labour

Gardiner, BarryBarry Gardiner (L) Seat held

Brentford and Isleworth

Conservative

Cadbury, RuthRuth Cadbury (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mary Macleod

Brentwood and Ongar

Conservative

Pickles, Sir EricSir Eric Pickles (C) Seat held

Bridgend

Labour

Moon, MadeleineMadeleine Moon (L) Seat held

Bridgwater and West Somerset

Conservative

Liddell-Grainger, IanIan Liddell-Grainger (C) Seat held

Brigg and Goole

Conservative

Percy, AndrewAndrew Percy (C) Seat held

Brighton Kemptown

Conservative

Kirby, SimonSimon Kirby (C) Seat held

Brighton Pavilion

Green Party

Lucas, CarolineCaroline Lucas (Green) Seat held

Bristol East

Labour

McCarthy, KerryKerry McCarthy (L) Seat held

Bristol North West

Conservative

Leslie, CharlotteCharlotte Leslie (C) Seat held

Bristol South

Labour

Smyth, KarinKarin Smyth (L) Seat held, incumbent Dame Dawn Primarolo
Dawn Primarolo
stood down

Bristol West

Liberal Democrats

Debbonaire, ThangamThangam Debbonaire (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Stephen Williams

Broadland

Conservative

Simpson, KeithKeith Simpson (C) Seat held

Bromley and Chislehurst

Conservative

Neill, BobBob Neill (C) Seat held

Bromsgrove

Conservative

Javid, SajidSajid Javid (C) Seat held

Broxbourne

Conservative

Walker, CharlesCharles Walker (C) Seat held

Broxtowe

Conservative

Soubry, AnnaAnna Soubry (C) Seat held

Buckingham

The Speaker seeking re-election

Bercow, JohnJohn Bercow (Speaker) Seat held

Burnley

Liberal Democrats

Cooper, JulieJulie Cooper (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gordon Birtwistle

Burton

Conservative

Griffiths, AndrewAndrew Griffiths (C) Seat held

Bury North

Conservative

Nuttall, DavidDavid Nuttall (C) Seat held

Bury South

Labour

Lewis, IvanIvan Lewis (L) Seat held

Bury St Edmunds

Conservative

Churchill, JoJo Churchill (C) Seat held, incumbent David Ruffley stood down

Caerphilly

Labour

David, WayneWayne David (L) Seat held

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross

Liberal Democrats

Monaghan, PaulPaul Monaghan (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Viscount Thurso

Calder Valley

Conservative

Whittaker, CraigCraig Whittaker (C) Seat held

Camberwell and Peckham

Labour

Harman, HarrietHarriet Harman (L) Seat held

Camborne and Redruth

Conservative

Eustice, GeorgeGeorge Eustice (C) Seat held

Cambridge

Liberal Democrats

Zeichner, DanielDaniel Zeichner (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Julian Huppert

Cannock Chase

Conservative

Milling, AmandaAmanda Milling (C) Seat held, incumbent Aidan Burley
Aidan Burley
stood down

Canterbury

Conservative

Brazier, JulianJulian Brazier (C) Seat held

Cardiff Central

Liberal Democrats

Stevens, JoJo Stevens (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jenny Willott

Cardiff North

Conservative

Williams, CraigCraig Williams (C) Seat held, incumbent Jonathan Evans stood down

Cardiff South and Penarth

Labour Co-operative

Doughty, StephenStephen Doughty (L Co-op) Seat held

Cardiff West

Labour

Brennan, KevinKevin Brennan (L) Seat held

Carlisle

Conservative

Stevenson, JohnJohn Stevenson (C) Seat held

Carmarthen East and Dinefwr

Plaid Cymru

Edwards, JonathanJonathan Edwards (PC) Seat held

Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire

Conservative

Hart, SimonSimon Hart (C) Seat held

Carshalton and Wallington

Liberal Democrats

Brake, TomTom Brake (LD) Seat held

Castle Point

Conservative

Harris, RebeccaRebecca Harris (C) Seat held

Central Ayrshire

Labour

Whitford, PhilippaPhilippa Whitford (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Brian Donohoe

Central Devon

Conservative

Stride, MelMel Stride (C) Seat held

Central Suffolk and North Ipswich

Conservative

Poulter, DanielDaniel Poulter (C) Seat held

Ceredigion

Liberal Democrats

Williams, MarkMark Williams (LD) Seat held

Charnwood

Conservative

Argar, EdwardEdward Argar (C) Seat held, incumbent Stephen Dorrell
Stephen Dorrell
stood down

Chatham and Aylesford

Conservative

Crouch, TraceyTracey Crouch (C) Seat held

Cheadle

Liberal Democrats

Robinson, MaryMary Robinson (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mark Hunter

Chelmsford

Conservative

Burns, Sir SimonSir Simon Burns (C) Seat held

Chelsea and Fulham

Conservative

Hands, GregGreg Hands (C) Seat held

Cheltenham

Liberal Democrats

Chalk, AlexAlex Chalk (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Martin Horwood

Chesham and Amersham

Conservative

Gillan, CherylCheryl Gillan (C) Seat held

Chesterfield

Labour

Perkins, TobyToby Perkins (L) Seat held

Chichester

Conservative

Tyrie, AndrewAndrew Tyrie (C) Seat held

Chingford and Woodford Green

Conservative

Duncan Smith, IainIain Duncan Smith (C) Seat held

Chippenham

Liberal Democrats

Donelan, MichelleMichelle Donelan (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Duncan Hames

Chipping Barnet

Conservative

Villiers, TheresaTheresa Villiers (C) Seat held

Chorley

Labour

Hoyle, LindsayLindsay Hoyle (L) Seat held

Christchurch

Conservative

Chope, ChristopherChristopher Chope (C) Seat held

Cities of London and Westminster

Conservative

Field, MarkMark Field (C) Seat held

City of Chester

Conservative

Matheson, ChrisChris Matheson (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Stephen Mosley

Clacton

UKIP

Carswell, DouglasDouglas Carswell (UKIP) Seat held

Cleethorpes

Conservative

Vickers, MartinMartin Vickers (C) Seat held

Clwyd South

Labour

Jones, Susan ElanSusan Elan Jones (L) Seat held

Clwyd West

Conservative

Jones, DavidDavid Jones (C) Seat held

Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill

Labour

Boswell, PhilPhil Boswell (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tom Clarke

Colchester

Liberal Democrats

Quince, WillWill Quince (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sir Bob Russell

Colne Valley

Conservative

McCartney, JasonJason McCartney (C) Seat held

Congleton

Conservative

Bruce, FionaFiona Bruce (C) Seat held

Copeland

Labour

Reed, JamieJamie Reed (L) Seat held

Corby

Labour Co-operative

Pursglove, TomTom Pursglove (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Andy Sawford

The Cotswolds

Conservative

Clifton-Brown, GeoffreyGeoffrey Clifton-Brown (C) Seat held

Coventry North East

Labour

Fletcher, ColleenColleen Fletcher (L) Seat held, incumbent Bob Ainsworth
Bob Ainsworth
stood down

Coventry North West

Labour

Robinson, GeoffreyGeoffrey Robinson (L) Seat held

Coventry South

Labour

Cunningham, JimJim Cunningham (L) Seat held

Crawley

Conservative

Smith, HenryHenry Smith (C) Seat held

Crewe and Nantwich

Conservative

Timpson, EdwardEdward Timpson (C) Seat held

Croydon Central

Conservative

Barwell, GavinGavin Barwell (C) Seat held

Croydon North

Labour Co-operative

Reed, SteveSteve Reed (L Co-op) Seat held

Croydon South

Conservative

Philp, ChrisChris Philp (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Richard Ottaway
Richard Ottaway
stood down

Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East

Labour

McDonald, StuartStuart McDonald (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gregg McClymont

Cynon Valley

Labour

Clwyd, AnnAnn Clwyd (L) Seat held

Dagenham and Rainham

Labour

Cruddas, JonJon Cruddas (L) Seat held

Darlington

Labour

Chapman, JennyJenny Chapman (L) Seat held

Dartford

Conservative

Johnson, GarethGareth Johnson (C) Seat held

Daventry

Conservative

Heaton-Harris, ChrisChris Heaton-Harris (C) Seat held

Delyn

Labour

Hanson, DavidDavid Hanson (L) Seat held

Denton and Reddish

Labour

Gwynne, AndrewAndrew Gwynne (L) Seat held

Derby North

Labour

Solloway, AmandaAmanda Solloway (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Chris Williamson

Derby South

Labour

Beckett, Dame MargaretDame Margaret Beckett (L) Seat held

Derbyshire Dales

Conservative

McLoughlin, PatrickPatrick McLoughlin (C) Seat held

Devizes

Conservative

Perry, ClaireClaire Perry (C) Seat held

Dewsbury

Conservative

Sherriff, PaulaPaula Sherriff (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Simon Reevell

Don Valley

Labour

Flint, CarolineCaroline Flint (L) Seat held

Doncaster Central

Labour

Winterton, RosieRosie Winterton (L) Seat held

Doncaster North

Labour

Miliband, EdEd Miliband (L) Seat held

Dover

Conservative

Elphicke, CharlieCharlie Elphicke (C) Seat held

Dudley North

Labour

Austin, IanIan Austin (L) Seat held

Dudley South

Conservative

Wood, MikeMike Wood (C) Seat held, incumbent Chris Kelly stood down

Dulwich and West Norwood

Labour

Hayes, HelenHelen Hayes (L) Seat held, incumbent Dame Tessa Jowell
Tessa Jowell
stood down

Dumfries and Galloway

Labour

Arkless, RichardRichard Arkless (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Russell Brown

Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale

Conservative

Mundell, DavidDavid Mundell (C) Seat held

Dundee East

SNP

Hosie, StewartStewart Hosie (SNP) Seat held

Dundee West

Labour

Law, ChrisChris Law (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Jim McGovern stood down

Dunfermline and West Fife

Labour

Chapman, DouglasDouglas Chapman (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Thomas Docherty

City of Durham

Labour

Blackman-Woods, RobertaRoberta Blackman-Woods (L) Seat held

Dwyfor Meirionnydd

Plaid Cymru

Saville-Roberts, LizLiz Saville-Roberts (PC) Seat held, incumbent Elfyn Llwyd stood down

Ealing Central and Acton

Conservative

Huq, RupaRupa Huq (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Angie Bray

Ealing North

Labour

Pound, StephenStephen Pound (L) Seat held

Ealing Southall

Labour

Sharma, VirendraVirendra Sharma (L) Seat held

Easington

Labour

Morris, GrahameGrahame Morris (L) Seat held

East Antrim

DUP

Wilson, SammySammy Wilson (DUP) Seat held

East Devon

Conservative

Swire, HugoHugo Swire (C) Seat held

East Dunbartonshire

Liberal Democrats

Nicolson, JohnJohn Nicolson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jo Swinson

East Ham

Labour

Timms, StephenStephen Timms (L) Seat held

East Hampshire

Conservative

Hinds, DamianDamian Hinds (C) Seat held

East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow

Labour

Cameron, LisaLisa Cameron (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michael McCann

East Londonderry

DUP

Campbell, GregoryGregory Campbell (DUP) Seat held

East Lothian

Labour

Kerevan, GeorgeGeorge Kerevan (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Fiona O'Donnell

East Renfrewshire

Labour

Oswald, KirstenKirsten Oswald (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jim Murphy

East Surrey

Conservative

Gyimah, SamSam Gyimah (C) Seat held

East Worthing and Shoreham

Conservative

Loughton, TimTim Loughton (C) Seat held

East Yorkshire

Conservative

Knight, Sir GregSir Greg Knight (C) Seat held

Eastbourne

Liberal Democrats

Ansell, CarolineCaroline Ansell (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Stephen Lloyd

Eastleigh

Liberal Democrats

Davies, MimsMims Davies (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mike Thornton

Eddisbury

Conservative

Sandbach, AntoinetteAntoinette Sandbach (C) Seat held, incumbent Stephen O'Brien
Stephen O'Brien
stood down

Edinburgh East

Labour

Sheppard, TommyTommy Sheppard (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sheila Gilmore

Edinburgh North and Leith

Labour Co-operative

Brock, DeidreDeidre Brock (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mark Lazarowicz

Edinburgh South

Labour

Murray, IanIan Murray (L) Seat held

Edinburgh South West

Labour

Cherry, JoannaJoanna Cherry (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Alistair Darling
Alistair Darling
stood down

Edinburgh West

Liberal Democrats

Thomson, MichelleMichelle Thomson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michael Crockart

Edmonton

Labour Co-operative

Osamor, KateKate Osamor (L Co-op) Seat held, incumbent Andy Love
Andy Love
stood down

Ellesmere Port and Neston

Labour

Madders, JustinJustin Madders (L) Seat held, incumbent Andrew Miller stood down

Elmet and Rothwell

Conservative

Shelbrooke, AlecAlec Shelbrooke (C) Seat held

Eltham

Labour

Efford, CliveClive Efford (L) Seat held

Enfield North

Conservative

Ryan, JoanJoan Ryan (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Nick de Bois

Enfield Southgate

Conservative

Burrowes, DavidDavid Burrowes (C) Seat held

Epping Forest

Conservative

Laing, EleanorEleanor Laing (C) Seat held

Epsom and Ewell

Conservative

Grayling, ChrisChris Grayling (C) Seat held

Erewash

Conservative

Throup, MaggieMaggie Throup (C) Seat held, incumbent Jessica Lee stood down

Erith and Thamesmead

Labour

Pearce, TeresaTeresa Pearce (L) Seat held

Esher and Walton

Conservative

Raab, DominicDominic Raab (C) Seat held

Exeter

Labour

Bradshaw, BenBen Bradshaw (L) Seat held

Falkirk

Independent[a]

McNally, JohnJohn McNally (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Eric Joyce
Eric Joyce
(originally a Labour MP) stood down

Fareham

Conservative

Fernandes, SuellaSuella Fernandes (C) Seat held, incumbent Mark Hoban
Mark Hoban
stood down

Faversham and Mid Kent

Conservative

Whately, HelenHelen Whately (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Hugh Robertson stood down

Feltham and Heston

Labour Co-operative

Malhotra, SeemaSeema Malhotra (L Co-op) Seat held

Fermanagh and South Tyrone

Sinn Féin

Elliott, TomTom Elliott (UUP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michelle Gildernew

Filton and Bradley Stoke

Conservative

Lopresti, JackJack Lopresti (C) Seat held

Finchley and Golders Green

Conservative

Freer, MikeMike Freer (C) Seat held

Folkestone and Hythe

Conservative

Collins, DamianDamian Collins (C) Seat held

Forest of Dean

Conservative

Harper, MarkMark Harper (C) Seat held

Foyle

SDLP

Durkan, MarkMark Durkan (SDLP) Seat held

Fylde

Conservative

Menzies, MarkMark Menzies (C) Seat held

Gainsborough

Conservative

Leigh, Sir EdwardSir Edward Leigh (C) Seat held

Garston and Halewood

Labour

Eagle, MariaMaria Eagle (L) Seat held

Gateshead

Labour

Mearns, IanIan Mearns (L) Seat held

Gedling

Labour

Coaker, VernonVernon Coaker (L) Seat held

Gillingham and Rainham

Conservative

Chishti, RehmanRehman Chishti (C) Seat held

Glasgow Central

Labour

Thewliss, AlisonAlison Thewliss (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Anas Sarwar

Glasgow East

Labour

McGarry, NatalieNatalie McGarry (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Margaret Curran

Glasgow North

Labour

Grady, PatrickPatrick Grady (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ann McKechin

Glasgow North East

Labour

McLaughlin, AnneAnne McLaughlin (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Willie Bain

Glasgow North West

Labour

Monaghan, CarolCarol Monaghan (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent John Robertson

Glasgow South

Labour

McDonald, StewartStewart McDonald (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tom Harris

Glasgow South West

Labour Co-operative

Stephens, ChrisChris Stephens (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ian Davidson

Glenrothes

Labour

Grant, PeterPeter Grant (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Lindsay Roy
Lindsay Roy
stood down

Gloucester

Conservative

Graham, RichardRichard Graham (C) Seat held

Gordon

Liberal Democrats

Salmond, AlexAlex Salmond (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Sir Malcolm Bruce
Malcolm Bruce
stood down

Gosport

Conservative

Dinenage, CarolineCaroline Dinenage (C) Seat held

Gower

Labour

Davies, ByronByron Davies (C) Seat gain, incumbent Martin Caton stood down

Grantham and Stamford

Conservative

Boles, NicholasNicholas Boles (C) Seat held

Gravesham

Conservative

Holloway, AdamAdam Holloway (C) Seat held

Great Grimsby

Labour

Onn, MelanieMelanie Onn (L) Seat held, incumbent Austin Mitchell
Austin Mitchell
stood down

Great Yarmouth

Conservative

Lewis, BrandonBrandon Lewis (C) Seat held

Greenwich and Woolwich

Labour

Pennycook, MatthewMatthew Pennycook (L) Seat held, incumbent Nick Raynsford stood down

Guildford

Conservative

Milton, AnneAnne Milton (C) Seat held

Hackney North and Stoke Newington

Labour

Abbott, DianeDiane Abbott (L) Seat held

Hackney South and Shoreditch

Labour Co-operative

Hillier, MegMeg Hillier (L Co-op) Seat held

Halesowen and Rowley Regis

Conservative

Morris, JamesJames Morris (C) Seat held

Halifax

Labour Co-operative

Lynch, HollyHolly Lynch (L) Seat held, incumbent Linda Riordan stood down

Haltemprice and Howden

Conservative

Davis, DavidDavid Davis (C) Seat held

Halton

Labour

Twigg, DerekDerek Twigg (L) Seat held

Hammersmith

Labour

Slaughter, AndyAndy Slaughter (L) Seat held

Hampstead and Kilburn

Labour

Siddiq, TulipTulip Siddiq (L) Seat held, incumbent Glenda Jackson
Glenda Jackson
stood down

Harborough

Conservative

Garnier, Sir EdwardSir Edward Garnier (C) Seat held

Harlow

Conservative

Halfon, RobertRobert Halfon (C) Seat held

Harrogate and Knaresborough

Conservative

Jones, AndrewAndrew Jones (C) Seat held

Harrow East

Conservative

Blackman, BobBob Blackman (C) Seat held

Harrow West

Labour Co-operative

Thomas, GarethGareth Thomas (L Co-op) Seat held

Hartlepool

Labour

Wright, IainIain Wright (L) Seat held

Harwich and North Essex

Conservative

Jenkin, The Hon. BernardThe Hon. Bernard Jenkin (C) Seat held

Hastings and Rye

Conservative

Rudd, AmberAmber Rudd (C) Seat held

Havant

Conservative

Mak, AlanAlan Mak (C) Seat held, incumbent David Willetts
David Willetts
stood down

Hayes and Harlington

Labour

McDonnell, JohnJohn McDonnell (L) Seat held

Hazel Grove

Liberal Democrats

Wragg, WilliamWilliam Wragg (C) Seat gain, incumbent Sir Andrew Stunell
Andrew Stunell
stood down

Hemel Hempstead

Conservative

Penning, MikeMike Penning (C) Seat held

Hemsworth

Labour

Trickett, JonJon Trickett (L) Seat held

Hendon

Conservative

Offord, MatthewMatthew Offord (C) Seat held

Henley

Conservative

Howell, JohnJohn Howell (C) Seat held

Hereford and South Herefordshire

Conservative

Norman, JesseJesse Norman (C) Seat held

Hertford and Stortford

Conservative

Prisk, MarkMark Prisk (C) Seat held

Hertsmere

Conservative

Dowden, OliverOliver Dowden (C) Seat held, incumbent James Clappison stood down

Hexham

Conservative

Opperman, GuyGuy Opperman (C) Seat held

Heywood and Middleton

Labour

McInnes, LizLiz McInnes (L) Seat held

High Peak

Conservative

Bingham, AndrewAndrew Bingham (C) Seat held

Hitchin and Harpenden

Conservative

Lilley, PeterPeter Lilley (C) Seat held

Holborn and St Pancras

Labour

Starmer, KeirKeir Starmer (L) Seat held, incumbent Frank Dobson
Frank Dobson
stood down

Hornchurch and Upminster

Conservative

Watkinson, Dame AngelaDame Angela Watkinson (C) Seat held

Hornsey and Wood Green

Liberal Democrats

West, CatherineCatherine West (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Lynne Featherstone

Horsham

Conservative

Quin, JeremyJeremy Quin (C) Seat held, incumbent Francis Maude
Francis Maude
stood down

Houghton and Sunderland South

Labour

Phillipson, BridgetBridget Phillipson (L) Seat held

Hove

Conservative

Kyle, PeterPeter Kyle (L) Seat gain, incumbent Mike Weatherley
Mike Weatherley
stood down

Huddersfield

Labour Co-operative

Sheerman, BarryBarry Sheerman (L Co-op) Seat held

Huntingdon

Conservative

Djanogly, JonathanJonathan Djanogly (C) Seat held

Hyndburn

Labour

Jones, GrahamGraham Jones (L) Seat held

Ilford North

Conservative

Streeting, WesWes Streeting (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Lee Scott

Ilford South

Labour Co-operative

Gapes, MikeMike Gapes (L Co-op) Seat held

Inverclyde

Labour

Cowan, RonnieRonnie Cowan (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Iain McKenzie

Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey

Liberal Democrats

Hendry, DrewDrew Hendry (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Danny Alexander

Ipswich

Conservative

Gummer, The Hon. BenThe Hon. Ben Gummer (C) Seat held

Isle of Wight

Conservative

Turner, AndrewAndrew Turner (C) Seat held

Islington North

Labour

Corbyn, JeremyJeremy Corbyn (L) Seat held

Islington South and Finsbury

Labour

Thornberry, EmilyEmily Thornberry (L) Seat held

Islwyn

Labour Co-operative

Evans, ChrisChris Evans (L Co-op) Seat held

Jarrow

Labour

Hepburn, StephenStephen Hepburn (L) Seat held

Keighley

Conservative

Hopkins, KrisKris Hopkins (C) Seat held

Kenilworth and Southam

Conservative

Wright, JeremyJeremy Wright (C) Seat held

Kensington

Independent[a]

Borwick, Victoria, LadyVictoria, Lady Borwick (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Malcolm Rifkind
Malcolm Rifkind
stood down

Kettering

Conservative

Hollobone, PhilipPhilip Hollobone (C) Seat held

Kilmarnock and Loudoun

Labour Co-operative

Brown, AlanAlan Brown (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Cathy Jamieson

Kingston and Surbiton

Liberal Democrats

Berry, JamesJames Berry (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ed Davey

Kingston upon Hull East

Labour

Turner, KarlKarl Turner (L) Seat held

Kingston upon Hull North

Labour

Johnson, DianaDiana Johnson (L) Seat held

Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle

Labour

Johnson, AlanAlan Johnson (L) Seat held

Kingswood

Conservative

Skidmore, ChrisChris Skidmore (C) Seat held

Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath

Labour

Mullin, RogerRoger Mullin (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown
stood down

Knowsley

Labour

Howarth, GeorgeGeorge Howarth (L) Seat held

Lagan Valley

DUP

Donaldson, JeffreyJeffrey Donaldson (DUP) Seat held

Lanark and Hamilton East

Labour

Crawley, AngelaAngela Crawley (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jimmy Hood

Lancaster and Fleetwood

Conservative

Smith, CatCat Smith (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Eric Ollerenshaw

Leeds Central

Labour

Benn, HilaryHilary Benn (L) Seat held

Leeds East

Labour

Burgon, RichardRichard Burgon (L) Seat held, incumbent George Mudie stood down

Leeds North East

Labour

Hamilton, FabianFabian Hamilton (L) Seat held

Leeds North West

Liberal Democrats

Mulholland, GregGreg Mulholland (LD) Seat held

Leeds West

Labour

Reeves, RachelRachel Reeves (L) Seat held

Leicester East

Labour

Vaz, KeithKeith Vaz (L) Seat held

Leicester South

Labour Co-operative

Ashworth, JonJon Ashworth (L Co-op) Seat held

Leicester West

Labour

Kendall, LizLiz Kendall (L) Seat held

Leigh

Labour

Burnham, AndyAndy Burnham (L) Seat held

Lewes

Liberal Democrats

Caulfield, MariaMaria Caulfield (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Norman Baker

Lewisham East

Labour

Alexander, HeidiHeidi Alexander (L) Seat held

Lewisham West and Penge

Labour

Dowd, JimJim Dowd (L) Seat held

Lewisham Deptford

Labour

Foxcroft, VickyVicky Foxcroft (L) Seat held, incumbent Dame Joan Ruddock
Joan Ruddock
stood down

Leyton and Wanstead

Labour

Cryer, JohnJohn Cryer (L) Seat held

Lichfield

Conservative

Fabricant, MichaelMichael Fabricant (C) Seat held

Lincoln

Conservative

McCartney, KarlKarl McCartney (C) Seat held

Linlithgow and East Falkirk

Labour

Day, MartynMartyn Day (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michael Connarty

Liverpool Riverside

Labour Co-operative

Ellman, LouiseLouise Ellman (L Co-op) Seat held

Liverpool Walton

Labour

Rotheram, SteveSteve Rotheram (L) Seat held

Liverpool Wavertree

Labour Co-operative

Berger, LucianaLuciana Berger (L Co-op) Seat held

Liverpool West Derby

Labour Co-operative

Twigg, StephenStephen Twigg (L Co-op) Seat held

Livingston

Labour

Bardell, HannahHannah Bardell (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Graeme Morrice

Llanelli

Labour

Griffith, NiaNia Griffith (L) Seat held

Loughborough

Conservative

Morgan, NickyNicky Morgan (C) Seat held

Louth and Horncastle

Conservative

Atkins, VictoriaVictoria Atkins (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Peter Tapsell stood down

Ludlow

Conservative

Dunne, PhilipPhilip Dunne (C) Seat held

Luton North

Labour

Hopkins, KelvinKelvin Hopkins (L) Seat held

Luton South

Labour Co-operative

Shuker, GavinGavin Shuker (L Co-op) Seat held

Macclesfield

Conservative

Rutley, DavidDavid Rutley (C) Seat held

Maidenhead

Conservative

May, TheresaTheresa May (C) Seat held

Maidstone and The Weald

Conservative

Grant, HelenHelen Grant (C) Seat held

Makerfield

Labour

Fovargue, YvonneYvonne Fovargue (L) Seat held

Maldon

Conservative

Whittingdale, JohnJohn Whittingdale (C) Seat held

Manchester Central

Labour Co-operative

Powell, LucyLucy Powell (L Co-op) Seat held

Manchester, Gorton

Labour

Kaufman, Sir GeraldSir Gerald Kaufman (L) Seat held

Manchester Withington

Liberal Democrats

Smith, JeffJeff Smith (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent John Leech

Mansfield

Labour

Meale, Sir AlanSir Alan Meale (L) Seat held

Meon Valley

Conservative

Hollingbery, GeorgeGeorge Hollingbery (C) Seat held

Meriden

Conservative

Spelman, CarolineCaroline Spelman (C) Seat held

Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney

Labour

Jones, GeraldGerald Jones (L) Seat held, incumbent Dai Havard stood down

Mid Bedfordshire

Conservative

Dorries, NadineNadine Dorries (C) Seat held

Mid Derbyshire

Conservative

Latham, PaulinePauline Latham (C) Seat held

Mid Dorset and North Poole

Liberal Democrats

Tomlinson, MichaelMichael Tomlinson (C) Seat gain, incumbent Annette Brooke
Annette Brooke
stood down

Mid Norfolk

Conservative

Freeman, GeorgeGeorge Freeman (C) Seat held

Mid Sussex

Conservative

Soames, Sir NicholasSir Nicholas Soames (C) Seat held

Mid Ulster

Sinn Féin

Molloy, FrancieFrancie Molloy (SF) Seat held

Mid Worcestershire

Conservative

Huddleston, NigelNigel Huddleston (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Peter Luff
Peter Luff
stood down

Middlesbrough

Labour

McDonald, AndyAndy McDonald (L) Seat held

Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland

Labour

Blenkinsop, TomTom Blenkinsop (L) Seat held

Midlothian

Labour

Thompson, OwenOwen Thompson (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent David Hamilton stood down

Milton Keynes North

Conservative

Lancaster, MarkMark Lancaster (C) Seat held

Milton Keynes South

Conservative

Stewart, IainIain Stewart (C) Seat held

Mitcham and Morden

Labour

McDonagh, SiobhainSiobhain McDonagh (L) Seat held

Mole Valley

Conservative

Beresford, Sir PaulSir Paul Beresford (C) Seat held

Monmouth

Conservative

Davies, DavidDavid Davies (C) Seat held

Montgomeryshire

Conservative

Davies, GlynGlyn Davies (C) Seat held

Moray

SNP

Robertson, AngusAngus Robertson (SNP) Seat held

Morecambe and Lunesdale

Conservative

Morris, DavidDavid Morris (C) Seat held

Morley and Outwood

Labour Co-operative

Jenkyns, AndreaAndrea Jenkyns (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ed Balls

Motherwell and Wishaw

Labour

Fellows, MarionMarion Fellows (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Frank Roy

Na h-Eileanan an Iar (Western Isles)

SNP

MacNeil, AngusAngus MacNeil (SNP) Seat held

Neath

Labour

Rees, ChristinaChristina Rees (L) Seat held, incumbent Peter Hain
Peter Hain
stood down

New Forest East

Conservative

Lewis, JulianJulian Lewis (C) Seat held

New Forest West

Conservative

Swayne, DesmondDesmond Swayne (C) Seat held

Newark

Conservative

Jenrick, RobertRobert Jenrick (C) Seat held

Newbury

Conservative

Benyon, RichardRichard Benyon (C) Seat held

Newcastle upon Tyne Central

Labour

Onwurah, ChinyeluChinyelu Onwurah (L) Seat held

Newcastle upon Tyne East

Labour

Brown, NickNick Brown (L) Seat held

Newcastle upon Tyne North

Labour

McKinnell, CatherineCatherine McKinnell (L) Seat held

Newcastle-under-Lyme

Labour

Farrelly, PaulPaul Farrelly (L) Seat held

Newport East

Labour

Morden, JessicaJessica Morden (L) Seat held

Newport West

Labour

Flynn, PaulPaul Flynn (L) Seat held

Newry and Armagh

Sinn Féin

Brady, MickeyMickey Brady (SF) Seat held, incumbent Conor Murphy
Conor Murphy
stood down

Newton Abbot

Conservative

Morris, Anne MarieAnne Marie Morris (C) Seat held

Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford

Labour

Cooper, YvetteYvette Cooper (L) Seat held

North Antrim

DUP

Paisley, Jr., The Hon. IanThe Hon. Ian Paisley, Jr. (DUP) Seat held

North Ayrshire and Arran

Labour

Gibson, PatriciaPatricia Gibson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Katy Clark

North Cornwall

Liberal Democrats

Mann, ScottScott Mann (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Dan Rogerson

North Devon

Liberal Democrats

Heaton-Jones, PeterPeter Heaton-Jones (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sir Nick Harvey

North Dorset

Conservative

Hoare, SimonSimon Hoare (C) Seat held, incumbent Robert Walter stood down

North Down

Independent Unionist

Hermon, Sylvia, LadySylvia, Lady Hermon (Ind) Seat held

North Durham

Labour

Jones, KevanKevan Jones (L) Seat held

North East Bedfordshire

Conservative

Burt, AlistairAlistair Burt (C) Seat held

North East Cambridgeshire

Conservative

Barclay, StephenStephen Barclay (C) Seat held

North East Derbyshire

Labour

Engel, NataschaNatascha Engel (L) Seat held

North East Fife

Liberal Democrats

Gethins, StephenStephen Gethins (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Sir Menzies Campbell
Menzies Campbell
stood down

North East Hampshire

Conservative

Jayawardena, RanilRanil Jayawardena (C) Seat held, incumbent James Arbuthnot
James Arbuthnot
stood down

North East Hertfordshire

Conservative

Heald, Sir OliverSir Oliver Heald (C) Seat held

North East Somerset

Conservative

Rees-Mogg, The Hon. JacobThe Hon. Jacob Rees-Mogg (C) Seat held

North Herefordshire

Conservative

Wiggin, BillBill Wiggin (C) Seat held

North Norfolk

Liberal Democrats

Lamb, NormanNorman Lamb (LD) Seat held

North Shropshire

Conservative

Paterson, OwenOwen Paterson (C) Seat held

North Somerset

Conservative

Fox, LiamLiam Fox (C) Seat held

North Swindon

Conservative

Tomlinson, JustinJustin Tomlinson (C) Seat held

North Thanet

Conservative

Gale, Sir RogerSir Roger Gale (C) Seat held

North Tyneside

Labour

Glindon, MaryMary Glindon (L) Seat held

North Warwickshire

Conservative

Tracey, CraigCraig Tracey (C) Seat held, incumbent Dan Byles
Dan Byles
stood down

North West Cambridgeshire

Conservative

Vara, ShaileshShailesh Vara (C) Seat held

North West Durham

Labour

Glass, PatPat Glass (L) Seat held

North West Hampshire

Conservative

Malthouse, KitKit Malthouse (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir George Young, Bt stood down

North West Leicestershire

Conservative

Bridgen, AndrewAndrew Bridgen (C) Seat held

North West Norfolk

Conservative

Bellingham, HenryHenry Bellingham (C) Seat held

North Wiltshire

Conservative

Gray, JamesJames Gray (C) Seat held

Northampton North

Conservative

Ellis, MichaelMichael Ellis (C) Seat held

Northampton South

Conservative

Mackintosh, DavidDavid Mackintosh (C) Seat held, incumbent Brian Binley stood down

Norwich North

Conservative

Smith, ChloeChloe Smith (C) Seat held

Norwich South

Liberal Democrats

Lewis, CliveClive Lewis (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Simon Wright

Nottingham East

Labour Co-operative

Leslie, ChrisChris Leslie (L Co-op) Seat held

Nottingham North

Labour

Allen, GrahamGraham Allen (L) Seat held

Nottingham South

Labour

Greenwood, LilianLilian Greenwood (L) Seat held

Nuneaton

Conservative

Jones, MarcusMarcus Jones (C) Seat held

Ochil and South Perthshire

Labour

Ahmed-Sheikh, TasminaTasmina Ahmed-Sheikh (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gordon Banks

Ogmore

Labour

Irranca-Davies, HuwHuw Irranca-Davies (L) Seat held

Old Bexley and Sidcup

Conservative

Brokenshire, JamesJames Brokenshire (C) Seat held

Oldham East and Saddleworth

Labour

Abrahams, DebbieDebbie Abrahams (L) Seat held

Oldham West and Royton

Labour

Meacher, MichaelMichael Meacher (L) Seat held

Orkney and Shetland

Liberal Democrats

Carmichael, AlistairAlistair Carmichael (LD) Seat held

Orpington

Conservative

Johnson, JoJo Johnson (C) Seat held

Oxford East

Labour

Smith, AndrewAndrew Smith (L) Seat held

Oxford West and Abingdon

Conservative

Blackwood, NicolaNicola Blackwood (C) Seat held

Paisley and Renfrewshire North

Labour

Newlands, GavinGavin Newlands (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jim Sheridan

Paisley and Renfrewshire South

Labour

Black, MhairiMhairi Black (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Douglas Alexander

Pendle

Conservative

Stephenson, AndrewAndrew Stephenson (C) Seat held

Penistone and Stocksbridge

Labour

Smith, AngelaAngela Smith (L) Seat held

Penrith and The Border

Conservative

Stewart, RoryRory Stewart (C) Seat held

Perth and North Perthshire

SNP

Wishart, PetePete Wishart (SNP) Seat held

Peterborough

Conservative

Jackson, StewartStewart Jackson (C) Seat held

Plymouth, Moor View

Labour

Mercer, JohnnyJohnny Mercer (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Alison Seabeck

Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport

Conservative

Colvile, OliverOliver Colvile (C) Seat held

Pontypridd

Labour

Smith, OwenOwen Smith (L) Seat held

Poole

Conservative

Syms, RobertRobert Syms (C) Seat held

Poplar and Limehouse

Labour

Fitzpatrick, JimJim Fitzpatrick (L) Seat held

Portsmouth North

Conservative

Mordaunt, PennyPenny Mordaunt (C) Seat held

Portsmouth South

Independent[a]

Drummond, FlickFlick Drummond (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mike Hancock (originally a Liberal Democrat MP)

Preseli Pembrokeshire

Conservative

Crabb, StephenStephen Crabb (C) Seat held

Preston

Labour Co-operative

Hendrick, MarkMark Hendrick (L Co-op) Seat held

Pudsey

Conservative

Andrew, StuartStuart Andrew (C) Seat held

Putney

Conservative

Greening, JustineJustine Greening (C) Seat held

Rayleigh and Wickford

Conservative

Francois, MarkMark Francois (C) Seat held

Reading East

Conservative

Wilson, RobRob Wilson (C) Seat held

Reading West

Conservative

Sharma, AlokAlok Sharma (C) Seat held

Redcar

Liberal Democrats

Turley, AnnaAnna Turley (L Co-op) Seat gain, incumbent Ian Swales
Ian Swales
stood down

Redditch

Conservative

Lumley, KarenKaren Lumley (C) Seat held

Reigate

Conservative

Blunt, CrispinCrispin Blunt (C) Seat held

Rhondda

Labour

Bryant, ChrisChris Bryant (L) Seat held

Ribble Valley

Conservative

Evans, NigelNigel Evans (C) Seat held

Richmond (Yorks)

Conservative

Sunak, RishiRishi Sunak (C) Seat held, incumbent William Hague
William Hague
stood down

Richmond Park

Conservative

Goldsmith, ZacZac Goldsmith (C) Seat held

Rochdale

Labour

Danczuk, SimonSimon Danczuk (L) Seat held

Rochester and Strood

UKIP

Tolhurst, KellyKelly Tolhurst (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mark Reckless

Rochford and Southend East

Conservative

Duddridge, JamesJames Duddridge (C) Seat held

Romford

Conservative

Rosindell, AndrewAndrew Rosindell (C) Seat held

Romsey and Southampton North

Conservative

Nokes, CarolineCaroline Nokes (C) Seat held

Ross, Skye and Lochaber

Liberal Democrats

Blackford, IanIan Blackford (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Charles Kennedy

Rossendale and Darwen

Conservative

Berry, JakeJake Berry (C) Seat held

Rother Valley

Labour

Barron, Sir KevinSir Kevin Barron (L) Seat held

Rotherham

Labour

Champion, SarahSarah Champion (L) Seat held

Rugby

Conservative

Pawsey, MarkMark Pawsey (C) Seat held

Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner

Conservative

Hurd, The Hon. NickThe Hon. Nick Hurd (C) Seat held

Runnymede and Weybridge

Conservative

Hammond, PhilipPhilip Hammond (C) Seat held

Rushcliffe

Conservative

Clarke, KennethKenneth Clarke (C) Seat held

Rutherglen and Hamilton West

Labour Co-operative

Ferrier, MargaretMargaret Ferrier (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tom Greatrex

Rutland and Melton

Conservative

Duncan, Sir AlanSir Alan Duncan (C) Seat held

Saffron Walden

Conservative

Haselhurst, Sir AlanSir Alan Haselhurst (C) Seat held

Salford and Eccles

Labour

Long-Bailey, RebeccaRebecca Long-Bailey (L) Seat held, incumbent Hazel Blears
Hazel Blears
stood down

Salisbury

Conservative

Glen, JohnJohn Glen (C) Seat held

Scarborough and Whitby

Conservative

Goodwill, RobertRobert Goodwill (C) Seat held

Scunthorpe

Labour

Dakin, NicNic Dakin (L) Seat held

Sedgefield

Labour

Wilson, PhilPhil Wilson (L) Seat held

Sefton Central

Labour

Esterson, BillBill Esterson (L) Seat held

Selby and Ainsty

Conservative

Adams, NigelNigel Adams (C) Seat held

Sevenoaks

Conservative

Fallon, MichaelMichael Fallon (C) Seat held

Sheffield Central

Labour

Blomfield, PaulPaul Blomfield (L) Seat held

Sheffield South East

Labour

Betts, CliveClive Betts (L) Seat held

Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough

Labour

Harpham, HarryHarry Harpham (L) Seat held, incumbent David Blunkett
David Blunkett
stood down

Sheffield Hallam

Liberal Democrats

Clegg, NickNick Clegg (LD) Seat held

Sheffield Heeley

Labour Co-operative

Haigh, LouiseLouise Haigh (L) Seat held, incumbent Meg Munn
Meg Munn
stood down

Sherwood

Conservative

Spencer, MarkMark Spencer (C) Seat held

Shipley

Conservative

Davies, PhilipPhilip Davies (C) Seat held

Shrewsbury and Atcham

Conservative

Kawczynski, DanielDaniel Kawczynski (C) Seat held

Sittingbourne and Sheppey

Conservative

Henderson, GordonGordon Henderson (C) Seat held

Skipton and Ripon

Conservative

Smith, JulianJulian Smith (C) Seat held

Sleaford and North Hykeham

Conservative

Phillips, StephenStephen Phillips (C) Seat held

Slough

Labour

Mactaggart, FionaFiona Mactaggart (L) Seat held

Solihull

Liberal Democrats

Knight, JulianJulian Knight (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Lorely Burt

Somerton and Frome

Liberal Democrats

Warburton, DavidDavid Warburton (C) Seat gain, incumbent David Heath stood down

South Antrim

DUP

Kinahan, DannyDanny Kinahan (UUP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent William McCrea

South Basildon and East Thurrock

Conservative

Metcalfe, StephenStephen Metcalfe (C) Seat held

South Cambridgeshire

Conservative

Allen, HeidiHeidi Allen (C) Seat held, incumbent Andrew Lansley
Andrew Lansley
stood down

South Derbyshire

Conservative

Wheeler, HeatherHeather Wheeler (C) Seat held

South Dorset

Conservative

Drax, RichardRichard Drax (C) Seat held

South Down

SDLP

Ritchie, MargaretMargaret Ritchie (SDLP) Seat held

South East Cambridgeshire

Conservative

Frazer, LucyLucy Frazer (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir James Paice
James Paice
stood down

South East Cornwall

Conservative

Murray, SheryllSheryll Murray (C) Seat held

South Holland and The Deepings

Conservative

Hayes, JohnJohn Hayes (C) Seat held

South Leicestershire

Conservative

Costa, AlbertoAlberto Costa (C) Seat held, incumbent Andrew Robathan
Andrew Robathan
stood down

South Norfolk

Conservative

Bacon, RichardRichard Bacon (C) Seat held

South Northamptonshire

Conservative

Leadsom, AndreaAndrea Leadsom (C) Seat held

South Ribble

Conservative

Kennedy, SeemaSeema Kennedy (C) Seat held, incumbent Lorraine Fullbrook stood down

South Shields

Labour

Lewell-Buck, EmmaEmma Lewell-Buck (L) Seat held

South Staffordshire

Conservative

Williamson, GavinGavin Williamson (C) Seat held

South Suffolk

Conservative

Cartlidge, JamesJames Cartlidge (C) Seat held, incumbent Tim Yeo stood down

South Swindon

Conservative

Buckland, RobertRobert Buckland (C) Seat held

South Thanet

Conservative

Mackinlay, CraigCraig Mackinlay (C) Seat held, incumbent Laura Sandys
Laura Sandys
stood down

South West Bedfordshire

Conservative

Selous, AndrewAndrew Selous (C) Seat held

South West Devon

Conservative

Streeter, GaryGary Streeter (C) Seat held

South West Hertfordshire

Conservative

Gauke, DavidDavid Gauke (C) Seat held

South West Norfolk

Conservative

Truss, ElizabethElizabeth Truss (C) Seat held

South West Surrey

Conservative

Hunt, JeremyJeremy Hunt (C) Seat held

South West Wiltshire

Conservative

Murrison, AndrewAndrew Murrison (C) Seat held

Southampton Itchen

Labour

Smith, RoystonRoyston Smith (C) Seat gain, incumbent John Denham stood down

Southampton Test

Labour

Whitehead, AlanAlan Whitehead (L) Seat held

Southend West

Conservative

Amess, Sir DavidSir David Amess (C) Seat held

Southport

Liberal Democrats

Pugh, JohnJohn Pugh (LD) Seat held

Spelthorne

Conservative

Kwarteng, KwasiKwasi Kwarteng (C) Seat held

St Albans

Conservative

Main, AnneAnne Main (C) Seat held

St Austell and Newquay

Liberal Democrats

Double, SteveSteve Double (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Steve Gilbert

St Helens North

Labour

McGinn, ConorConor McGinn (L) Seat held, incumbent David Watts stood down

St Helens South and Whiston

Labour

Rimmer, MarieMarie Rimmer (L) Seat held, incumbent Shaun Woodward
Shaun Woodward
stood down

St Ives

Liberal Democrats

Thomas, DerekDerek Thomas (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Andrew George

Stafford

Conservative

Lefroy, JeremyJeremy Lefroy (C) Seat held

Staffordshire Moorlands

Conservative

Bradley, KarenKaren Bradley (C) Seat held

Stalybridge and Hyde

Labour Co-operative

Reynolds, JonathanJonathan Reynolds (L Co-op) Seat held

Stevenage

Conservative

McPartland, StephenStephen McPartland (C) Seat held

Stirling

Labour

Paterson, StevenSteven Paterson (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Dame Anne McGuire
Anne McGuire
stood down

Stockport

Labour

Coffey, AnnAnn Coffey (L) Seat held

Stockton North

Labour

Cunningham, AlexAlex Cunningham (L) Seat held

Stockton South

Conservative

Wharton, JamesJames Wharton (C) Seat held

Stoke-on-Trent Central

Labour

Hunt, The Hon. TristramThe Hon. Tristram Hunt (L) Seat held

Stoke-on-Trent North

Labour

Smeeth, RuthRuth Smeeth (L) Seat held, incumbent Joan Walley stood down

Stoke-on-Trent South

Labour

Flello, RobRob Flello (L) Seat held

Stone

Conservative

Cash, Sir BillSir Bill Cash (C) Seat held

Stourbridge

Conservative

James, MargotMargot James (C) Seat held

Strangford

DUP

Shannon, JimJim Shannon (DUP) Seat held

Stratford-on-Avon

Conservative

Zahawi, NadhimNadhim Zahawi (C) Seat held

Streatham

Labour

Umunna, ChukaChuka Umunna (L) Seat held

Stretford and Urmston

Labour

Green, KateKate Green (L) Seat held

Stroud

Conservative

Carmichael, NeilNeil Carmichael (C) Seat held

Suffolk Coastal

Conservative

Coffey, ThereseTherese Coffey (C) Seat held

Sunderland Central

Labour

Elliott, JulieJulie Elliott (L) Seat held

Surrey Heath

Conservative

Gove, MichaelMichael Gove (C) Seat held

Sutton and Cheam

Liberal Democrats

Scully, PaulPaul Scully (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Paul Burstow

Sutton Coldfield

Conservative

Mitchell, AndrewAndrew Mitchell (C) Seat held

Swansea East

Labour

Harris, CarolynCarolyn Harris (L) Seat held, incumbent Siân James stood down

Swansea West

Labour Co-operative

Davies, GeraintGeraint Davies (L Co-op) Seat held

Tamworth

Conservative

Pincher, ChristopherChristopher Pincher (C) Seat held

Tatton

Conservative

Osborne, GeorgeGeorge Osborne (C) Seat held

Taunton Deane

Liberal Democrats

Pow, RebeccaRebecca Pow (C) Seat gain, incumbent Jeremy Browne
Jeremy Browne
stood down

Telford

Labour

Allan, LucyLucy Allan (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Wright

Tewkesbury

Conservative

Robertson, LaurenceLaurence Robertson (C) Seat held

Thirsk and Malton

Conservative

Hollinrake, KevinKevin Hollinrake (C) Seat held, incumbent Anne McIntosh
Anne McIntosh
stood down

Thornbury and Yate

Liberal Democrats

Hall, LukeLuke Hall (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Steve Webb

Thurrock

Conservative

Doyle-Price, JackieJackie Doyle-Price (C) Seat held

Tiverton and Honiton

Conservative

Parish, NeilNeil Parish (C) Seat held

Tonbridge and Malling

Conservative

Tugendhat, TomTom Tugendhat (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir John Stanley stood down

Tooting

Labour

Khan, SadiqSadiq Khan (L) Seat held

Torbay

Liberal Democrats

Foster, KevinKevin Foster (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Adrian Sanders

Torfaen

Labour

Thomas-Symonds, NickNick Thomas-Symonds (L) Seat held, incumbent Paul Murphy stood down.

Torridge and West Devon

Conservative

Cox, GeoffreyGeoffrey Cox (C) Seat held

Totnes

Conservative

Wollaston, SarahSarah Wollaston (C) Seat held

Tottenham

Labour

Lammy, DavidDavid Lammy (L) Seat held

Truro and Falmouth

Conservative

Newton, SarahSarah Newton (C) Seat held

Tunbridge Wells

Conservative

Clark, GregGreg Clark (C) Seat held

Twickenham

Liberal Democrats

Mathias, TaniaTania Mathias (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Vince Cable

Tynemouth

Labour

Campbell, AlanAlan Campbell (L) Seat held

Upper Bann

DUP

Simpson, DavidDavid Simpson (DUP) Seat held

Uxbridge and South Ruislip

Conservative

Johnson, BorisBoris Johnson (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir John Randall stood down

Vale of Clwyd

Labour

Davies, JamesJames Davies (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Chris Ruane

Vale of Glamorgan

Conservative

Cairns, AlunAlun Cairns (C) Seat held

Vauxhall

Labour

Hoey, KateKate Hoey (L) Seat held

Wakefield

Labour

Creagh, MaryMary Creagh (L) Seat held

Wallasey

Labour

Eagle, AngelaAngela Eagle (L) Seat held

Walsall North

Labour

Winnick, DavidDavid Winnick (L) Seat held

Walsall South

Labour

Vaz, ValerieValerie Vaz (L) Seat held

Walthamstow

Labour Co-operative

Creasy, StellaStella Creasy (L Co-op) Seat held

Wansbeck

Labour

Lavery, IanIan Lavery (L) Seat held

Wantage

Conservative

Vaizey, The Hon. EdThe Hon. Ed Vaizey (C) Seat held

Warley

Labour

Spellar, JohnJohn Spellar (L) Seat held

Warrington North

Labour

Jones, HelenHelen Jones (L) Seat held

Warrington South

Conservative

Mowat, DavidDavid Mowat (C) Seat held

Warwick and Leamington

Conservative

White, ChrisChris White (C) Seat held

Washington and Sunderland West

Labour

Hodgson, SharonSharon Hodgson (L) Seat held

Watford

Conservative

Harrington, RichardRichard Harrington (C) Seat held

Waveney

Conservative

Aldous, PeterPeter Aldous (C) Seat held

Wealden

Conservative

Ghani, NusNus Ghani (C) Seat held, incumbent Charles Hendry
Charles Hendry
stood down

Weaver Vale

Conservative

Evans, GrahamGraham Evans (C) Seat held

Wellingborough

Conservative

Bone, PeterPeter Bone (C) Seat held

Wells

Liberal Democrats

Heappey, JamesJames Heappey (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tessa Munt

Welwyn Hatfield

Conservative

Shapps, GrantGrant Shapps (C) Seat held

Wentworth and Dearne

Labour

Healey, JohnJohn Healey (L) Seat held

West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine

Liberal Democrats

Donaldson, StuartStuart Donaldson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sir Robert Smith, Bt

West Bromwich East

Labour

Watson, TomTom Watson (L) Seat held

West Bromwich West

Labour Co-operative

Bailey, AdrianAdrian Bailey (L Co-op) Seat held

West Dorset

Conservative

Letwin, OliverOliver Letwin (C) Seat held

West Dunbartonshire

Labour Co-operative

Docherty, MartinMartin Docherty (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gemma Doyle

West Ham

Labour

Brown, LynLyn Brown (L) Seat held

West Lancashire

Labour

Cooper, RosieRosie Cooper (L) Seat held

West Suffolk

Conservative

Hancock, MatthewMatthew Hancock (C) Seat held

West Tyrone

Sinn Féin

Doherty, PatPat Doherty (SF) Seat held

West Worcestershire

Conservative

Baldwin, HarrietHarriet Baldwin (C) Seat held

Westminster North

Labour

Buck, KarenKaren Buck (L) Seat held

Westmorland and Lonsdale

Liberal Democrats

Farron, TimTim Farron (LD) Seat held

Weston-super-Mare

Conservative

Penrose, JohnJohn Penrose (C) Seat held

Wigan

Labour

Nandy, LisaLisa Nandy (L) Seat held

Wimbledon

Conservative

Hammond, StephenStephen Hammond (C) Seat held

Winchester

Conservative

Brine, SteveSteve Brine (C) Seat held

Windsor

Conservative

Afriyie, AdamAdam Afriyie (C) Seat held

Wirral South

Labour

McGovern, AlisonAlison McGovern (L) Seat held

Wirral West

Conservative

Greenwood, MargaretMargaret Greenwood (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Esther McVey

Witham

Conservative

Patel, PritiPriti Patel (C) Seat held

Witney

Conservative

Cameron, DavidDavid Cameron (C) Seat held

Woking

Conservative

Lord, JonathanJonathan Lord (C) Seat held

Wokingham

Conservative

Redwood, JohnJohn Redwood (C) Seat held

Wolverhampton North East

Labour

Reynolds, EmmaEmma Reynolds (L) Seat held

Wolverhampton South East

Labour

McFadden, PatPat McFadden (L) Seat held

Wolverhampton South West

Conservative

Marris, RobRob Marris (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Paul Uppal

Worcester

Conservative

Walker, The Hon. RobinThe Hon. Robin Walker (C) Seat held

Workington

Labour

Hayman, SueSue Hayman (L) Seat held, incumbent Sir Tony Cunningham stood down

Worsley and Eccles South

Labour

Keeley, BarbaraBarbara Keeley (L) Seat held

Worthing West

Conservative

Bottomley, Sir PeterSir Peter Bottomley (C) Seat held

The Wrekin

Conservative

Pritchard, MarkMark Pritchard (C) Seat held

Wrexham

Labour

Lucas, IanIan Lucas (L) Seat held

Wycombe

Conservative

Baker, SteveSteve Baker (C) Seat held

Wyre and Preston North

Conservative

Wallace, BenBen Wallace (C) Seat held

Wyre Forest

Conservative

Garnier, MarkMark Garnier (C) Seat held

Wythenshawe and Sale East

Labour

Kane, MikeMike Kane (L) Seat held

Yeovil

Liberal Democrats

Fysh, MarcusMarcus Fysh (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Laws

Ynys Môn (Anglesey)

Labour

Owen, AlbertAlbert Owen (L) Seat held

York Central

Labour

Maskell, RachaelRachael Maskell (L Co-op) Seat held, incumbent Sir Hugh Bayley
Hugh Bayley
stood down

York Outer

Conservative

Sturdy, JulianJulian Sturdy (C) Seat held

Notes

^ a b c d The incumbents for these seats were originally members of political parties before either being suspended or resigning from their respective parties and subsequently sitting as independents for the remainder of the Parliament.

Changes and by-elections[edit] After the general election, changes can occur in the composition of the House of Commons. This happens as a result of the election of Deputy Speakers, by-elections, defections, suspensions or removal of whip. After the swearing in of MPs and the elections of the Speaker and the Deputy Speakers, the initial government majority was calculated to be sixteen. Technically, MPs cannot resign. However, they can effectively do so by requesting to be appointed as the Crown Steward and Bailiff of the Manor of Northstead or the Crown Steward and Bailiff of the three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, Desborough and Burnham, which vacates their seat. The net outcome of all changes over the course of the Parliament had resulted in two fewer Labour MPs, two fewer SNP MPs, one more Liberal Democrat MP and three more independent MPs. Deputy Speakers[edit] In accordance with a decision taken by the House of Commons on the final day of its sitting in the previous Parliament, the Speaker appointed two members to serve as Temporary Deputy Speakers until the Deputy Speakers had been elected. Directly after the 2015 State Opening of Parliament, the Speaker nominated Sir Roger Gale (Conservative, North Thanet) and George Howarth
George Howarth
(Labour, Knowsley) for these positions.[5] The election of Deputy Speakers took place on 3 June 2015.[6] Although Deputy Speakers do not resign from their parties, they cease to vote (except to break ties) and they do not participate in party-political activity until the next election.

Name Party Constituency Office

Lindsay Hoyle

Labour Chorley Chairman of Ways and Means

Eleanor Laing

Conservative Epping Forest First Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means

Natascha Engel

Labour North East Derbyshire Second Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means

By-elections[edit] Main article: List of United Kingdom
United Kingdom
by-elections (2010–present) By-elections are held for seats that become vacant.

# Constituency Incumbent Date of by-election Winner By-election

Name Party Date seat vacated Cause of vacation Name Party

1 Oldham West and Royton Michael Meacher

Labour 21 October 2015 Death[7] 3 December 2015 Jim McMahon

Labour Details

2 Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough Harry Harpham

Labour 4 February 2016 Death[8] 5 May 2016[9] Gill Furniss[10]

Labour Details

3 Ogmore Huw Irranca-Davies

Labour 23 March 2016 Resignation[11] 5 May 2016[9] Chris Elmore[12]

Labour Details

4 Tooting Sadiq Khan

Labour 9 May 2016 Resignation[13] 16 June 2016[14] Rosena Allin-Khan[15]

Labour Details

5 Batley and Spen Jo Cox

Labour 16 June 2016 Death 20 October 2016[16] Tracy Brabin[17]

Labour Details

6 Witney David Cameron

Conservative 12 September 2016 Resignation[18] 20 October 2016[16] Robert Courts[17]

Conservative Details

7 Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith

Conservative 25 October 2016 Resignation[19] 1 December 2016[19] Sarah Olney

Liberal Democrat Details

8 Sleaford and North Hykeham Stephen Phillips

Conservative 4 November 2016 Resignation[20] 8 December 2016[20] Caroline Johnson

Conservative Details

9 Copeland Jamie Reed

Labour 23 January 2017 Resignation[21] 23 February 2017[22] Trudy Harrison

Conservative Details

10 Stoke-on-Trent Central Tristram Hunt

Labour 23 January 2017 Resignation[23] 23 February 2017[22] Gareth Snell

Labour Details

A by-election was planned to be held in the seat of Manchester Gorton following the death of Sir Gerald Kaufman
Gerald Kaufman
on 26 February 2017. Following the announcement on 18 April 2017 of a snap general election by Theresa May, it was confirmed that the Cabinet Office
Cabinet Office
would intervene to cancel the by-election, leaving the seat vacant until the general election on 8 June 2017.[24] Defections, suspensions and removal of whip[edit] In some situations, the label under which MPs sit in the House of Commons can change. When this happens, MPs often become independents.

Michelle Thomson (SNP, Edinburgh West)

SNP →

Independent

29 September 2015

Thomson withdrew from the SNP whip on 29 September 2015 after her business became the subject of a police investigation into alleged irregularities regarding property deals.[25] As a result, she then sat as an independent. In line with party rules, upon withdrawing from the whip, her SNP membership was suspended.

Natalie McGarry (SNP, Glasgow East)

SNP →

Independent

24 November 2015

McGarry withdrew from the SNP whip on 24 November 2015 after being named as under investigation by the police regarding financial discrepancies relating to Women for Independence, a campaign organisation for which she is a founder.[26] As a result, she then sat as an independent. In line with party rules, upon withdrawing from the whip, her SNP membership was suspended.

Simon Danczuk (Labour, Rochdale)

Labour →

Independent

31 December 2015

Danczuk was suspended from the Labour Party on 31 December 2015, pending an investigation by the National Executive Committee, after allegations were made that he exchanged explicit messages with a 17-year-old girl. As a result of the suspension, he has been withdrawn from the Labour whip, and then sat as an independent.[27]

Naz Shah
Naz Shah
(Labour, Bradford West)

Labour →

Independent →

Labour

27 April 2016

5 July 2016

Shah was suspended from the Labour Party on 27 April 2016 pending an investigation into social media comments which she made, including proposing the relocation of Israel
Israel
to North America. As a result of the suspension, she was withdrawn from the Labour whip and she sat as an independent,[28] before being reinstated on 5 July 2016.[29]

Justin Tomlinson
Justin Tomlinson
(Conservative, North Swindon)

Conservative → Suspended →

Conservative

11–12 October 2016

Tomlinson was suspended from the House of Commons from 11 to 12 October 2016 after a vote by MPs on 10 October 2016.[30] This was in accordance with a recommendation by the Privileges Committee after it found that he had committed a contempt by disclosing a confidential draft report by the Public Accounts Committee to an employee of Wonga.com.[31]

Douglas Carswell
Douglas Carswell
(UKIP, Clacton)

UKIP →

Independent

25 March 2017

Carswell left UKIP on 25 March 2017, saying that he had left amicably to focus on local issues as the UK was certain to leave the EU.[32] Former leader Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage
had previously called for Carswell to quit, saying that Carswell was actively working against UKIP.[33] As a result, he then sat as an independent.

See also[edit]

Members of the House of Lords List of MPs for constituencies in England 2015–17 List of MPs for constituencies in Scotland 2015–17 List of MPs for constituencies in Northern Ireland 2015–17 List of MPs for constituencies in Wales 2015–17 List of United Kingdom
United Kingdom
MPs by seniority, 2015–17 Category:UK MPs 2015–17

References[edit]

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Harry Harpham
dies of cancer aged 61". The Guardian. Retrieved 6 February 2016.  ^ a b Peter Edwards (24 March 2016). "Labour confirms Sheffield and Ogmore by-elections for May 5". LabourList. Retrieved 25 March 2016.  ^ " Gill Furniss
Gill Furniss
wins Sheffield by-election for Labour". BBC News. 6 May 2016. Retrieved 6 May 2016.  ^ " Huw Irranca-Davies
Huw Irranca-Davies
resigns as MP for Ogmore". UK Parliament. 24 March 2016. Retrieved 5 March 2017.  ^ "Labour holds in Ogmore by-election with 52% of the vote". BBC News. 6 May 2016. Retrieved 6 May 2016.  ^ Tom Marshall (9 May 2016). "Tooting by-election triggered after Sadiq Khan
Sadiq Khan
stands down as MP". Evening Standard. Retrieved 11 May 2016.  ^ "Tooting by-election will be held on June 16". Wandsworth Council. 11 May 2016. Retrieved 12 May 2016.  ^ "Labour's Rosena Allin-Khan
Rosena Allin-Khan
wins Tooting by-election". BBC News. 17 June 2016. Retrieved 17 June 2016.  ^ a b "Batley by-election to be on 20 October". BBC News. 15 September 2016. Retrieved 21 October 2016.  ^ a b "Witney by-election: Tory majority slashed in David Cameron's former seat". BBC News. 21 October 2016. Retrieved 21 October 2016.  ^ " David Cameron
David Cameron
to quit as Conservative MP for Witney". BBC News. 12 September 2016. Retrieved 12 September 2016.  ^ a b "Richmond Park by-election: An at-a-glance guide". BBC News. 10 November 2016. Retrieved 12 November 2016.  ^ a b "Sleaford by-election candidates line up for Tories and Labour". BBC News. 11 November 2016. Retrieved 12 November 2016.  ^ "Manor of Northstead: Jamie Reed". HM Treasury. 23 January 2017. Retrieved 26 January 2017.  ^ a b "Labour announce date for by-elections to replace Tristram Hunt and Jamie Reed". BBC News. 20 January 2017. Retrieved 20 January 2017.  ^ "Three Hundreds of Chiltern: Tristram Hunt". HM Treasury. 23 January 2017. Retrieved 26 January 2017.  ^ "Manchester Gorton by-election cancellation confirmed". BBC News. 2017-04-19. Retrieved 2017-04-19.  ^ " Nicola Sturgeon
Nicola Sturgeon
learned of SNP MP allegations from Sunday newspaper". BBC News. 30 September 2015. Retrieved 30 September 2015.  ^ " Natalie McGarry withdraws from SNP whip over campaign fund probe". BBC News. 24 November 2015. Retrieved 25 November 2015.  ^ "Labour's Simon Danczuk suspended over 'inappropriate behaviour'". BBC News. 31 December 2015. Retrieved 31 December 2015.  ^ "MP Naz Shah
Naz Shah
suspended from Labour". BBC News. 27 April 2016. Retrieved 27 April 2016.  ^ "Labour Party reinstates Bradford West MP Naz Shah". BBC News. 5 July 2016. Retrieved 11 July 2016.  ^ "Privileges". Parliamentary Debates (Hansard). United Kingdom: British House of Commons. 2016-10-10. col. 74.  ^ " Justin Tomlinson
Justin Tomlinson
MP suspended over Wonga report leak". BBC News. 10 October 2016. Retrieved 21 October 2016.  ^ "Job done - thank UKIP!". Talk
Talk
Carswell. 25 March 2017. Retrieved 25 March 2017.  ^ " Douglas Carswell
Douglas Carswell
quitting UKIP". BBC News. 25 March 2017. Retrieved 25 March 2017. 

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general election, 2015

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Incumbent Prime Minister: David Cameron
David Cameron
(Conservative) Appointed Prime Minister: David Cameron
David Cameron
(Conservative)

Incumbent Deputy Prime Minister: Nick Clegg
Nick Clegg
(Liberal Democrats) Appointed Deputy Prime Minister: None

Parties elected to the House of Commons

Conservative (David Cameron) Labour (Ed Miliband) Scottish National Party
Scottish National Party
(Nicola Sturgeon) Liberal Democrats (Nick Clegg) Democratic Unionist Party
Democratic Unionist Party
(Peter Robinson) Sinn Féin
Sinn Féin
(Gerry Adams) Plaid Cymru
Plaid Cymru
(Leanne Wood) Social Democratic and Labour Party
Social Democratic and Labour Party
(Alasdair McDonnell) Ulster Unionist Party
Ulster Unionist Party
(Mike Nesbitt) UK Independence Party
UK Independence Party
(Nigel Farage) Green Party of England and Wales
Green Party of England and Wales
(Natalie Bennett)

Parties only represented in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, London, or the European Parliament

Green Party in Northern Ireland
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The fifty-sixth Parliament of the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
was the legislature of the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
following the 2015 general election of Members of Parliament (MPs) to the House of Commons. Parliament, which consists of the House of Lords
House of Lords
and the elected House of Commons, was convened on 27 May 2015 at the Palace of Westminster
Palace of Westminster
by Queen Elizabeth II. It was dissolved just after midnight on 3 May 2017, being 25 working days ahead of the 2017 general election on 8 June 2017. The dissolution was originally scheduled for 2020, but took place almost three years early following a call for a snap election by Prime Minister Theresa May
Theresa May
which received the necessary two-thirds majority in a 522 to 13 vote in the House of Commons on 19 April 2017. It was the shortest Parliament since 1974.[1] The election saw each of Parliament's 650 constituencies return one MP to the House of Commons. It resulted in a Conservative majority, a massive loss of seats for the Liberal Democrats, and all but three Scottish seats going to the SNP. UKIP won its first seat at a general election. Alliance and Respect each had their representation from the last Parliament wiped out. The UUP won representation after none in the previous Parliament. During the 2015-17 Parliament, John Bercow
John Bercow
was the Speaker, David Cameron and Theresa May
Theresa May
served as Prime Minister, Harriet Harman, and Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn
served as Leader of the Opposition.

Contents

1 House of Commons composition 2 List of MPs elected in the general election 3 Changes and by-elections

3.1 Deputy Speakers 3.2 By-elections 3.3 Defections, suspensions and removal of whip

4 See also 5 References

House of Commons composition[edit] Below is a graphical representation of the House of Commons showing a comparison of party strengths as it was directly after the 2015 general election. This is not a seating plan of the House of Commons, which has five rows of benches on each side, with the government party to the right of the Speaker and opposition parties to the left, but with room for only around two-thirds of MPs to sit at any one time.

This table shows the number of MPs in each party:

Affiliation Members[2]

At 2015 election At dissolution

Conservative 330 330

Labour 232 229

SNP 56 54

Liberal Democrat 8 9

DUP 8 8

  Independent 0 4

Sinn Féin 4 4

Plaid Cymru 3 3

SDLP 3 3

UUP 2 2

Green 1 1

Independent Unionist 1 1

  Speaker 1 1

UKIP 1 0

Vacant seats 0 1

Total 650 650

Government majority 16 17

Notes

See here for a full list of changes during the fifty-sixth Parliament. In addition to the parties listed in the table above, the Co-operative Party was also represented in the House of Commons by Labour MPs sitting with the Labour Co-operative
Labour Co-operative
designation. The number of these MPs was 24 after the general election, and was 28 at dissolution. The actual government majority is calculated as Conservative MPs less all other parties. This calculation excludes the Speaker, Deputy Speakers (two Labour and one Conservative) and Sinn Féin
Sinn Féin
(who follow a policy of abstentionism).

List of MPs elected in the general election[edit] The following table is a list of MPs elected, ordered by constituency. Names of incumbents are listed where they stood for re-election; for details of defeated new candidates and the incumbent who stood down in those cases see individual constituency articles.

Constituency Party of incumbent before election Member returned (2015)[3] Notes[4]

Aberavon

Labour

Kinnock, The Hon. StephenThe Hon. Stephen Kinnock (L) Seat held, incumbent Hywel Francis stood down

Aberconwy

Conservative

Bebb, GutoGuto Bebb (C) Seat held

Aberdeen North

Labour

Blackman, KirstyKirsty Blackman (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Frank Doran stood down

Aberdeen South

Labour

McCaig, CallumCallum McCaig (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Dame Anne Begg

Airdrie and Shotts

Labour

Gray, NeilNeil Gray (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Pamela Nash

Aldershot

Conservative

Howarth, Sir GeraldSir Gerald Howarth (C) Seat held

Aldridge-Brownhills

Conservative

Morton, WendyWendy Morton (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Richard Shepherd
Richard Shepherd
stood down

Altrincham and Sale West

Conservative

Brady, GrahamGraham Brady (C) Seat held

Alyn and Deeside

Labour

Tami, MarkMark Tami (L) Seat held

Amber Valley

Conservative

Mills, NigelNigel Mills (C) Seat held

Angus

SNP

Weir, MikeMike Weir (SNP) Seat held

Arfon

Plaid Cymru

Williams, HywelHywel Williams (PC) Seat held

Argyll and Bute

Liberal Democrats

O'Hara, BrendanBrendan O'Hara (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Alan Reid

Arundel and South Downs

Conservative

Herbert, NickNick Herbert (C) Seat held

Ashfield

Labour

De Piero, GloriaGloria De Piero (L) Seat held

Ashford

Conservative

Green, DamianDamian Green (C) Seat held

Ashton-under-Lyne

Labour

Rayner, AngelaAngela Rayner (L) Seat held, incumbent David Heyes
David Heyes
stood down

Aylesbury

Conservative

Lidington, DavidDavid Lidington (C) Seat held

Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock

Labour

Wilson, CorriCorri Wilson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sandra Osborne

Banbury

Conservative

Prentis, The Hon. VictoriaThe Hon. Victoria Prentis (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Tony Baldry
Tony Baldry
stood down

Banff and Buchan

SNP

Whiteford, EilidhEilidh Whiteford (SNP) Seat held

Barking

Labour

Hodge, Margaret, LadyMargaret, Lady Hodge (L) Seat held

Barnsley Central

Labour

Jarvis, DanDan Jarvis (L) Seat held

Barnsley East

Labour

Dugher, MichaelMichael Dugher (L) Seat held

Barrow and Furness

Labour Co-operative

Woodcock, JohnJohn Woodcock (L Co-op) Seat held

Basildon and Billericay

Conservative

Baron, JohnJohn Baron (C) Seat held

Basingstoke

Conservative

Miller, MariaMaria Miller (C) Seat held

Bassetlaw

Labour

Mann, JohnJohn Mann (L) Seat held

Bath

Liberal Democrats

Howlett, BenBen Howlett (C) Seat gain, incumbent Don Foster stood down

Batley and Spen

Labour

Cox, JoJo Cox (L) Seat held, incumbent Mike Wood stood down

Battersea

Conservative

Ellison, JaneJane Ellison (C) Seat held

Beaconsfield

Conservative

Grieve, DominicDominic Grieve (C) Seat held

Beckenham

Conservative

Stewart, BobBob Stewart (C) Seat held

Bedford

Conservative

Fuller, RichardRichard Fuller (C) Seat held

Belfast East

Alliance

Robinson, GavinGavin Robinson (DUP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Naomi Long

Belfast North

DUP

Dodds, NigelNigel Dodds (DUP) Seat held

Belfast South

SDLP

McDonnell, AlasdairAlasdair McDonnell (SDLP) Seat held

Belfast West

Sinn Féin

Maskey, PaulPaul Maskey (SF) Seat held

Bermondsey and Old Southwark

Liberal Democrats

Coyle, NeilNeil Coyle (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Simon Hughes

Berwick-upon-Tweed

Liberal Democrats

Trevelyan, Anne-MarieAnne-Marie Trevelyan (C) Seat gain, incumbent Sir Alan Beith
Alan Beith
stood down

Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk

Liberal Democrats

Kerr, CalumCalum Kerr (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michael Moore

Bethnal Green and Bow

Labour

Ali, RushanaraRushanara Ali (L) Seat held

Beverley and Holderness

Conservative

Stuart, GrahamGraham Stuart (C) Seat held

Bexhill and Battle

Conservative

Merriman, HuwHuw Merriman (C) Seat held, incumbent Gregory Barker
Gregory Barker
stood down

Bexleyheath and Crayford

Conservative

Evennett, DavidDavid Evennett (C) Seat held

Birkenhead

Labour

Field, FrankFrank Field (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Edgbaston

Labour

Stuart, GiselaGisela Stuart (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Erdington

Labour

Dromey, JackJack Dromey (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Hall Green

Labour

Godsiff, RogerRoger Godsiff (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Hodge Hill

Labour

Byrne, LiamLiam Byrne (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Ladywood

Labour

Mahmood, ShabanaShabana Mahmood (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Northfield

Labour

Burden, RichardRichard Burden (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Perry Barr

Labour

Mahmood, KhalidKhalid Mahmood (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Selly Oak

Labour

McCabe, SteveSteve McCabe (L) Seat held

Birmingham, Yardley

Liberal Democrats

Phillips, JessJess Phillips (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent John Hemming

Bishop Auckland

Labour

Goodman, HelenHelen Goodman (L) Seat held

Blackburn

Independent[a]

Hollern, KateKate Hollern (L) Seat held, incumbent Jack Straw
Jack Straw
stood down

Blackley and Broughton

Labour

Stringer, GrahamGraham Stringer (L) Seat held

Blackpool North and Cleveleys

Conservative

Maynard, PaulPaul Maynard (C) Seat held

Blackpool South

Labour

Marsden, GordonGordon Marsden (L) Seat held

Blaenau Gwent

Labour

Smith, NickNick Smith (L) Seat held

Blaydon

Labour

Anderson, DavidDavid Anderson (L) Seat held

Blyth Valley

Labour

Campbell, RonnieRonnie Campbell (L) Seat held

Bognor Regis and Littlehampton

Conservative

Gibb, NickNick Gibb (C) Seat held

Bolsover

Labour

Skinner, DennisDennis Skinner (L) Seat held

Bolton North East

Labour

Crausby, DavidDavid Crausby (L) Seat held

Bolton South East

Labour

Qureshi, YasminYasmin Qureshi (L) Seat held

Bolton West

Labour

Green, ChrisChris Green (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Julie Hilling

Bootle

Labour

Dowd, PeterPeter Dowd (L) Seat held, incumbent Joe Benton
Joe Benton
stood down

Boston and Skegness

Conservative

Warman, MattMatt Warman (C) Seat held, incumbent Mark Simmonds
Mark Simmonds
stood down

Bosworth

Conservative

Tredinnick, DavidDavid Tredinnick (C) Seat held

Bournemouth East

Conservative

Ellwood, TobiasTobias Ellwood (C) Seat held

Bournemouth West

Conservative

Burns, ConorConor Burns (C) Seat held

Bracknell

Conservative

Lee, PhillipPhillip Lee (C) Seat held

Bradford East

Liberal Democrats

Hussain, ImranImran Hussain (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Ward

Bradford South

Labour

Cummins, JudithJudith Cummins (L) Seat held, incumbent Gerry Sutcliffe
Gerry Sutcliffe
stood down

Bradford West

Respect

Shah, NazNaz Shah (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent George Galloway

Braintree

Conservative

Cleverly, JamesJames Cleverly (C) Seat held, incumbent Brooks Newmark
Brooks Newmark
stood down

Brecon and Radnorshire

Liberal Democrats

Davies, ChristopherChristopher Davies (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Roger Hugh Williams

Brent Central

Liberal Democrats

Butler, DawnDawn Butler (L) Seat gain, incumbent Sarah Teather
Sarah Teather
stood down

Brent North

Labour

Gardiner, BarryBarry Gardiner (L) Seat held

Brentford and Isleworth

Conservative

Cadbury, RuthRuth Cadbury (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mary Macleod

Brentwood and Ongar

Conservative

Pickles, Sir EricSir Eric Pickles (C) Seat held

Bridgend

Labour

Moon, MadeleineMadeleine Moon (L) Seat held

Bridgwater and West Somerset

Conservative

Liddell-Grainger, IanIan Liddell-Grainger (C) Seat held

Brigg and Goole

Conservative

Percy, AndrewAndrew Percy (C) Seat held

Brighton Kemptown

Conservative

Kirby, SimonSimon Kirby (C) Seat held

Brighton Pavilion

Green Party

Lucas, CarolineCaroline Lucas (Green) Seat held

Bristol East

Labour

McCarthy, KerryKerry McCarthy (L) Seat held

Bristol North West

Conservative

Leslie, CharlotteCharlotte Leslie (C) Seat held

Bristol South

Labour

Smyth, KarinKarin Smyth (L) Seat held, incumbent Dame Dawn Primarolo
Dawn Primarolo
stood down

Bristol West

Liberal Democrats

Debbonaire, ThangamThangam Debbonaire (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Stephen Williams

Broadland

Conservative

Simpson, KeithKeith Simpson (C) Seat held

Bromley and Chislehurst

Conservative

Neill, BobBob Neill (C) Seat held

Bromsgrove

Conservative

Javid, SajidSajid Javid (C) Seat held

Broxbourne

Conservative

Walker, CharlesCharles Walker (C) Seat held

Broxtowe

Conservative

Soubry, AnnaAnna Soubry (C) Seat held

Buckingham

The Speaker seeking re-election

Bercow, JohnJohn Bercow (Speaker) Seat held

Burnley

Liberal Democrats

Cooper, JulieJulie Cooper (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gordon Birtwistle

Burton

Conservative

Griffiths, AndrewAndrew Griffiths (C) Seat held

Bury North

Conservative

Nuttall, DavidDavid Nuttall (C) Seat held

Bury South

Labour

Lewis, IvanIvan Lewis (L) Seat held

Bury St Edmunds

Conservative

Churchill, JoJo Churchill (C) Seat held, incumbent David Ruffley stood down

Caerphilly

Labour

David, WayneWayne David (L) Seat held

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross

Liberal Democrats

Monaghan, PaulPaul Monaghan (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Viscount Thurso

Calder Valley

Conservative

Whittaker, CraigCraig Whittaker (C) Seat held

Camberwell and Peckham

Labour

Harman, HarrietHarriet Harman (L) Seat held

Camborne and Redruth

Conservative

Eustice, GeorgeGeorge Eustice (C) Seat held

Cambridge

Liberal Democrats

Zeichner, DanielDaniel Zeichner (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Julian Huppert

Cannock Chase

Conservative

Milling, AmandaAmanda Milling (C) Seat held, incumbent Aidan Burley
Aidan Burley
stood down

Canterbury

Conservative

Brazier, JulianJulian Brazier (C) Seat held

Cardiff Central

Liberal Democrats

Stevens, JoJo Stevens (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jenny Willott

Cardiff North

Conservative

Williams, CraigCraig Williams (C) Seat held, incumbent Jonathan Evans stood down

Cardiff South and Penarth

Labour Co-operative

Doughty, StephenStephen Doughty (L Co-op) Seat held

Cardiff West

Labour

Brennan, KevinKevin Brennan (L) Seat held

Carlisle

Conservative

Stevenson, JohnJohn Stevenson (C) Seat held

Carmarthen East and Dinefwr

Plaid Cymru

Edwards, JonathanJonathan Edwards (PC) Seat held

Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire

Conservative

Hart, SimonSimon Hart (C) Seat held

Carshalton and Wallington

Liberal Democrats

Brake, TomTom Brake (LD) Seat held

Castle Point

Conservative

Harris, RebeccaRebecca Harris (C) Seat held

Central Ayrshire

Labour

Whitford, PhilippaPhilippa Whitford (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Brian Donohoe

Central Devon

Conservative

Stride, MelMel Stride (C) Seat held

Central Suffolk and North Ipswich

Conservative

Poulter, DanielDaniel Poulter (C) Seat held

Ceredigion

Liberal Democrats

Williams, MarkMark Williams (LD) Seat held

Charnwood

Conservative

Argar, EdwardEdward Argar (C) Seat held, incumbent Stephen Dorrell
Stephen Dorrell
stood down

Chatham and Aylesford

Conservative

Crouch, TraceyTracey Crouch (C) Seat held

Cheadle

Liberal Democrats

Robinson, MaryMary Robinson (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mark Hunter

Chelmsford

Conservative

Burns, Sir SimonSir Simon Burns (C) Seat held

Chelsea and Fulham

Conservative

Hands, GregGreg Hands (C) Seat held

Cheltenham

Liberal Democrats

Chalk, AlexAlex Chalk (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Martin Horwood

Chesham and Amersham

Conservative

Gillan, CherylCheryl Gillan (C) Seat held

Chesterfield

Labour

Perkins, TobyToby Perkins (L) Seat held

Chichester

Conservative

Tyrie, AndrewAndrew Tyrie (C) Seat held

Chingford and Woodford Green

Conservative

Duncan Smith, IainIain Duncan Smith (C) Seat held

Chippenham

Liberal Democrats

Donelan, MichelleMichelle Donelan (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Duncan Hames

Chipping Barnet

Conservative

Villiers, TheresaTheresa Villiers (C) Seat held

Chorley

Labour

Hoyle, LindsayLindsay Hoyle (L) Seat held

Christchurch

Conservative

Chope, ChristopherChristopher Chope (C) Seat held

Cities of London and Westminster

Conservative

Field, MarkMark Field (C) Seat held

City of Chester

Conservative

Matheson, ChrisChris Matheson (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Stephen Mosley

Clacton

UKIP

Carswell, DouglasDouglas Carswell (UKIP) Seat held

Cleethorpes

Conservative

Vickers, MartinMartin Vickers (C) Seat held

Clwyd South

Labour

Jones, Susan ElanSusan Elan Jones (L) Seat held

Clwyd West

Conservative

Jones, DavidDavid Jones (C) Seat held

Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill

Labour

Boswell, PhilPhil Boswell (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tom Clarke

Colchester

Liberal Democrats

Quince, WillWill Quince (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sir Bob Russell

Colne Valley

Conservative

McCartney, JasonJason McCartney (C) Seat held

Congleton

Conservative

Bruce, FionaFiona Bruce (C) Seat held

Copeland

Labour

Reed, JamieJamie Reed (L) Seat held

Corby

Labour Co-operative

Pursglove, TomTom Pursglove (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Andy Sawford

The Cotswolds

Conservative

Clifton-Brown, GeoffreyGeoffrey Clifton-Brown (C) Seat held

Coventry North East

Labour

Fletcher, ColleenColleen Fletcher (L) Seat held, incumbent Bob Ainsworth
Bob Ainsworth
stood down

Coventry North West

Labour

Robinson, GeoffreyGeoffrey Robinson (L) Seat held

Coventry South

Labour

Cunningham, JimJim Cunningham (L) Seat held

Crawley

Conservative

Smith, HenryHenry Smith (C) Seat held

Crewe and Nantwich

Conservative

Timpson, EdwardEdward Timpson (C) Seat held

Croydon Central

Conservative

Barwell, GavinGavin Barwell (C) Seat held

Croydon North

Labour Co-operative

Reed, SteveSteve Reed (L Co-op) Seat held

Croydon South

Conservative

Philp, ChrisChris Philp (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Richard Ottaway
Richard Ottaway
stood down

Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East

Labour

McDonald, StuartStuart McDonald (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gregg McClymont

Cynon Valley

Labour

Clwyd, AnnAnn Clwyd (L) Seat held

Dagenham and Rainham

Labour

Cruddas, JonJon Cruddas (L) Seat held

Darlington

Labour

Chapman, JennyJenny Chapman (L) Seat held

Dartford

Conservative

Johnson, GarethGareth Johnson (C) Seat held

Daventry

Conservative

Heaton-Harris, ChrisChris Heaton-Harris (C) Seat held

Delyn

Labour

Hanson, DavidDavid Hanson (L) Seat held

Denton and Reddish

Labour

Gwynne, AndrewAndrew Gwynne (L) Seat held

Derby North

Labour

Solloway, AmandaAmanda Solloway (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Chris Williamson

Derby South

Labour

Beckett, Dame MargaretDame Margaret Beckett (L) Seat held

Derbyshire Dales

Conservative

McLoughlin, PatrickPatrick McLoughlin (C) Seat held

Devizes

Conservative

Perry, ClaireClaire Perry (C) Seat held

Dewsbury

Conservative

Sherriff, PaulaPaula Sherriff (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Simon Reevell

Don Valley

Labour

Flint, CarolineCaroline Flint (L) Seat held

Doncaster Central

Labour

Winterton, RosieRosie Winterton (L) Seat held

Doncaster North

Labour

Miliband, EdEd Miliband (L) Seat held

Dover

Conservative

Elphicke, CharlieCharlie Elphicke (C) Seat held

Dudley North

Labour

Austin, IanIan Austin (L) Seat held

Dudley South

Conservative

Wood, MikeMike Wood (C) Seat held, incumbent Chris Kelly stood down

Dulwich and West Norwood

Labour

Hayes, HelenHelen Hayes (L) Seat held, incumbent Dame Tessa Jowell
Tessa Jowell
stood down

Dumfries and Galloway

Labour

Arkless, RichardRichard Arkless (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Russell Brown

Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale

Conservative

Mundell, DavidDavid Mundell (C) Seat held

Dundee East

SNP

Hosie, StewartStewart Hosie (SNP) Seat held

Dundee West

Labour

Law, ChrisChris Law (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Jim McGovern stood down

Dunfermline and West Fife

Labour

Chapman, DouglasDouglas Chapman (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Thomas Docherty

City of Durham

Labour

Blackman-Woods, RobertaRoberta Blackman-Woods (L) Seat held

Dwyfor Meirionnydd

Plaid Cymru

Saville-Roberts, LizLiz Saville-Roberts (PC) Seat held, incumbent Elfyn Llwyd stood down

Ealing Central and Acton

Conservative

Huq, RupaRupa Huq (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Angie Bray

Ealing North

Labour

Pound, StephenStephen Pound (L) Seat held

Ealing Southall

Labour

Sharma, VirendraVirendra Sharma (L) Seat held

Easington

Labour

Morris, GrahameGrahame Morris (L) Seat held

East Antrim

DUP

Wilson, SammySammy Wilson (DUP) Seat held

East Devon

Conservative

Swire, HugoHugo Swire (C) Seat held

East Dunbartonshire

Liberal Democrats

Nicolson, JohnJohn Nicolson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jo Swinson

East Ham

Labour

Timms, StephenStephen Timms (L) Seat held

East Hampshire

Conservative

Hinds, DamianDamian Hinds (C) Seat held

East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow

Labour

Cameron, LisaLisa Cameron (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michael McCann

East Londonderry

DUP

Campbell, GregoryGregory Campbell (DUP) Seat held

East Lothian

Labour

Kerevan, GeorgeGeorge Kerevan (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Fiona O'Donnell

East Renfrewshire

Labour

Oswald, KirstenKirsten Oswald (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jim Murphy

East Surrey

Conservative

Gyimah, SamSam Gyimah (C) Seat held

East Worthing and Shoreham

Conservative

Loughton, TimTim Loughton (C) Seat held

East Yorkshire

Conservative

Knight, Sir GregSir Greg Knight (C) Seat held

Eastbourne

Liberal Democrats

Ansell, CarolineCaroline Ansell (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Stephen Lloyd

Eastleigh

Liberal Democrats

Davies, MimsMims Davies (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mike Thornton

Eddisbury

Conservative

Sandbach, AntoinetteAntoinette Sandbach (C) Seat held, incumbent Stephen O'Brien
Stephen O'Brien
stood down

Edinburgh East

Labour

Sheppard, TommyTommy Sheppard (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sheila Gilmore

Edinburgh North and Leith

Labour Co-operative

Brock, DeidreDeidre Brock (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mark Lazarowicz

Edinburgh South

Labour

Murray, IanIan Murray (L) Seat held

Edinburgh South West

Labour

Cherry, JoannaJoanna Cherry (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Alistair Darling
Alistair Darling
stood down

Edinburgh West

Liberal Democrats

Thomson, MichelleMichelle Thomson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michael Crockart

Edmonton

Labour Co-operative

Osamor, KateKate Osamor (L Co-op) Seat held, incumbent Andy Love
Andy Love
stood down

Ellesmere Port and Neston

Labour

Madders, JustinJustin Madders (L) Seat held, incumbent Andrew Miller stood down

Elmet and Rothwell

Conservative

Shelbrooke, AlecAlec Shelbrooke (C) Seat held

Eltham

Labour

Efford, CliveClive Efford (L) Seat held

Enfield North

Conservative

Ryan, JoanJoan Ryan (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Nick de Bois

Enfield Southgate

Conservative

Burrowes, DavidDavid Burrowes (C) Seat held

Epping Forest

Conservative

Laing, EleanorEleanor Laing (C) Seat held

Epsom and Ewell

Conservative

Grayling, ChrisChris Grayling (C) Seat held

Erewash

Conservative

Throup, MaggieMaggie Throup (C) Seat held, incumbent Jessica Lee stood down

Erith and Thamesmead

Labour

Pearce, TeresaTeresa Pearce (L) Seat held

Esher and Walton

Conservative

Raab, DominicDominic Raab (C) Seat held

Exeter

Labour

Bradshaw, BenBen Bradshaw (L) Seat held

Falkirk

Independent[a]

McNally, JohnJohn McNally (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Eric Joyce
Eric Joyce
(originally a Labour MP) stood down

Fareham

Conservative

Fernandes, SuellaSuella Fernandes (C) Seat held, incumbent Mark Hoban
Mark Hoban
stood down

Faversham and Mid Kent

Conservative

Whately, HelenHelen Whately (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Hugh Robertson stood down

Feltham and Heston

Labour Co-operative

Malhotra, SeemaSeema Malhotra (L Co-op) Seat held

Fermanagh and South Tyrone

Sinn Féin

Elliott, TomTom Elliott (UUP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michelle Gildernew

Filton and Bradley Stoke

Conservative

Lopresti, JackJack Lopresti (C) Seat held

Finchley and Golders Green

Conservative

Freer, MikeMike Freer (C) Seat held

Folkestone and Hythe

Conservative

Collins, DamianDamian Collins (C) Seat held

Forest of Dean

Conservative

Harper, MarkMark Harper (C) Seat held

Foyle

SDLP

Durkan, MarkMark Durkan (SDLP) Seat held

Fylde

Conservative

Menzies, MarkMark Menzies (C) Seat held

Gainsborough

Conservative

Leigh, Sir EdwardSir Edward Leigh (C) Seat held

Garston and Halewood

Labour

Eagle, MariaMaria Eagle (L) Seat held

Gateshead

Labour

Mearns, IanIan Mearns (L) Seat held

Gedling

Labour

Coaker, VernonVernon Coaker (L) Seat held

Gillingham and Rainham

Conservative

Chishti, RehmanRehman Chishti (C) Seat held

Glasgow Central

Labour

Thewliss, AlisonAlison Thewliss (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Anas Sarwar

Glasgow East

Labour

McGarry, NatalieNatalie McGarry (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Margaret Curran

Glasgow North

Labour

Grady, PatrickPatrick Grady (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ann McKechin

Glasgow North East

Labour

McLaughlin, AnneAnne McLaughlin (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Willie Bain

Glasgow North West

Labour

Monaghan, CarolCarol Monaghan (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent John Robertson

Glasgow South

Labour

McDonald, StewartStewart McDonald (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tom Harris

Glasgow South West

Labour Co-operative

Stephens, ChrisChris Stephens (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ian Davidson

Glenrothes

Labour

Grant, PeterPeter Grant (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Lindsay Roy
Lindsay Roy
stood down

Gloucester

Conservative

Graham, RichardRichard Graham (C) Seat held

Gordon

Liberal Democrats

Salmond, AlexAlex Salmond (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Sir Malcolm Bruce
Malcolm Bruce
stood down

Gosport

Conservative

Dinenage, CarolineCaroline Dinenage (C) Seat held

Gower

Labour

Davies, ByronByron Davies (C) Seat gain, incumbent Martin Caton stood down

Grantham and Stamford

Conservative

Boles, NicholasNicholas Boles (C) Seat held

Gravesham

Conservative

Holloway, AdamAdam Holloway (C) Seat held

Great Grimsby

Labour

Onn, MelanieMelanie Onn (L) Seat held, incumbent Austin Mitchell
Austin Mitchell
stood down

Great Yarmouth

Conservative

Lewis, BrandonBrandon Lewis (C) Seat held

Greenwich and Woolwich

Labour

Pennycook, MatthewMatthew Pennycook (L) Seat held, incumbent Nick Raynsford stood down

Guildford

Conservative

Milton, AnneAnne Milton (C) Seat held

Hackney North and Stoke Newington

Labour

Abbott, DianeDiane Abbott (L) Seat held

Hackney South and Shoreditch

Labour Co-operative

Hillier, MegMeg Hillier (L Co-op) Seat held

Halesowen and Rowley Regis

Conservative

Morris, JamesJames Morris (C) Seat held

Halifax

Labour Co-operative

Lynch, HollyHolly Lynch (L) Seat held, incumbent Linda Riordan stood down

Haltemprice and Howden

Conservative

Davis, DavidDavid Davis (C) Seat held

Halton

Labour

Twigg, DerekDerek Twigg (L) Seat held

Hammersmith

Labour

Slaughter, AndyAndy Slaughter (L) Seat held

Hampstead and Kilburn

Labour

Siddiq, TulipTulip Siddiq (L) Seat held, incumbent Glenda Jackson
Glenda Jackson
stood down

Harborough

Conservative

Garnier, Sir EdwardSir Edward Garnier (C) Seat held

Harlow

Conservative

Halfon, RobertRobert Halfon (C) Seat held

Harrogate and Knaresborough

Conservative

Jones, AndrewAndrew Jones (C) Seat held

Harrow East

Conservative

Blackman, BobBob Blackman (C) Seat held

Harrow West

Labour Co-operative

Thomas, GarethGareth Thomas (L Co-op) Seat held

Hartlepool

Labour

Wright, IainIain Wright (L) Seat held

Harwich and North Essex

Conservative

Jenkin, The Hon. BernardThe Hon. Bernard Jenkin (C) Seat held

Hastings and Rye

Conservative

Rudd, AmberAmber Rudd (C) Seat held

Havant

Conservative

Mak, AlanAlan Mak (C) Seat held, incumbent David Willetts
David Willetts
stood down

Hayes and Harlington

Labour

McDonnell, JohnJohn McDonnell (L) Seat held

Hazel Grove

Liberal Democrats

Wragg, WilliamWilliam Wragg (C) Seat gain, incumbent Sir Andrew Stunell
Andrew Stunell
stood down

Hemel Hempstead

Conservative

Penning, MikeMike Penning (C) Seat held

Hemsworth

Labour

Trickett, JonJon Trickett (L) Seat held

Hendon

Conservative

Offord, MatthewMatthew Offord (C) Seat held

Henley

Conservative

Howell, JohnJohn Howell (C) Seat held

Hereford and South Herefordshire

Conservative

Norman, JesseJesse Norman (C) Seat held

Hertford and Stortford

Conservative

Prisk, MarkMark Prisk (C) Seat held

Hertsmere

Conservative

Dowden, OliverOliver Dowden (C) Seat held, incumbent James Clappison stood down

Hexham

Conservative

Opperman, GuyGuy Opperman (C) Seat held

Heywood and Middleton

Labour

McInnes, LizLiz McInnes (L) Seat held

High Peak

Conservative

Bingham, AndrewAndrew Bingham (C) Seat held

Hitchin and Harpenden

Conservative

Lilley, PeterPeter Lilley (C) Seat held

Holborn and St Pancras

Labour

Starmer, KeirKeir Starmer (L) Seat held, incumbent Frank Dobson
Frank Dobson
stood down

Hornchurch and Upminster

Conservative

Watkinson, Dame AngelaDame Angela Watkinson (C) Seat held

Hornsey and Wood Green

Liberal Democrats

West, CatherineCatherine West (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Lynne Featherstone

Horsham

Conservative

Quin, JeremyJeremy Quin (C) Seat held, incumbent Francis Maude
Francis Maude
stood down

Houghton and Sunderland South

Labour

Phillipson, BridgetBridget Phillipson (L) Seat held

Hove

Conservative

Kyle, PeterPeter Kyle (L) Seat gain, incumbent Mike Weatherley
Mike Weatherley
stood down

Huddersfield

Labour Co-operative

Sheerman, BarryBarry Sheerman (L Co-op) Seat held

Huntingdon

Conservative

Djanogly, JonathanJonathan Djanogly (C) Seat held

Hyndburn

Labour

Jones, GrahamGraham Jones (L) Seat held

Ilford North

Conservative

Streeting, WesWes Streeting (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Lee Scott

Ilford South

Labour Co-operative

Gapes, MikeMike Gapes (L Co-op) Seat held

Inverclyde

Labour

Cowan, RonnieRonnie Cowan (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Iain McKenzie

Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey

Liberal Democrats

Hendry, DrewDrew Hendry (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Danny Alexander

Ipswich

Conservative

Gummer, The Hon. BenThe Hon. Ben Gummer (C) Seat held

Isle of Wight

Conservative

Turner, AndrewAndrew Turner (C) Seat held

Islington North

Labour

Corbyn, JeremyJeremy Corbyn (L) Seat held

Islington South and Finsbury

Labour

Thornberry, EmilyEmily Thornberry (L) Seat held

Islwyn

Labour Co-operative

Evans, ChrisChris Evans (L Co-op) Seat held

Jarrow

Labour

Hepburn, StephenStephen Hepburn (L) Seat held

Keighley

Conservative

Hopkins, KrisKris Hopkins (C) Seat held

Kenilworth and Southam

Conservative

Wright, JeremyJeremy Wright (C) Seat held

Kensington

Independent[a]

Borwick, Victoria, LadyVictoria, Lady Borwick (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Malcolm Rifkind
Malcolm Rifkind
stood down

Kettering

Conservative

Hollobone, PhilipPhilip Hollobone (C) Seat held

Kilmarnock and Loudoun

Labour Co-operative

Brown, AlanAlan Brown (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Cathy Jamieson

Kingston and Surbiton

Liberal Democrats

Berry, JamesJames Berry (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ed Davey

Kingston upon Hull East

Labour

Turner, KarlKarl Turner (L) Seat held

Kingston upon Hull North

Labour

Johnson, DianaDiana Johnson (L) Seat held

Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle

Labour

Johnson, AlanAlan Johnson (L) Seat held

Kingswood

Conservative

Skidmore, ChrisChris Skidmore (C) Seat held

Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath

Labour

Mullin, RogerRoger Mullin (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown
stood down

Knowsley

Labour

Howarth, GeorgeGeorge Howarth (L) Seat held

Lagan Valley

DUP

Donaldson, JeffreyJeffrey Donaldson (DUP) Seat held

Lanark and Hamilton East

Labour

Crawley, AngelaAngela Crawley (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jimmy Hood

Lancaster and Fleetwood

Conservative

Smith, CatCat Smith (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Eric Ollerenshaw

Leeds Central

Labour

Benn, HilaryHilary Benn (L) Seat held

Leeds East

Labour

Burgon, RichardRichard Burgon (L) Seat held, incumbent George Mudie stood down

Leeds North East

Labour

Hamilton, FabianFabian Hamilton (L) Seat held

Leeds North West

Liberal Democrats

Mulholland, GregGreg Mulholland (LD) Seat held

Leeds West

Labour

Reeves, RachelRachel Reeves (L) Seat held

Leicester East

Labour

Vaz, KeithKeith Vaz (L) Seat held

Leicester South

Labour Co-operative

Ashworth, JonJon Ashworth (L Co-op) Seat held

Leicester West

Labour

Kendall, LizLiz Kendall (L) Seat held

Leigh

Labour

Burnham, AndyAndy Burnham (L) Seat held

Lewes

Liberal Democrats

Caulfield, MariaMaria Caulfield (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Norman Baker

Lewisham East

Labour

Alexander, HeidiHeidi Alexander (L) Seat held

Lewisham West and Penge

Labour

Dowd, JimJim Dowd (L) Seat held

Lewisham Deptford

Labour

Foxcroft, VickyVicky Foxcroft (L) Seat held, incumbent Dame Joan Ruddock
Joan Ruddock
stood down

Leyton and Wanstead

Labour

Cryer, JohnJohn Cryer (L) Seat held

Lichfield

Conservative

Fabricant, MichaelMichael Fabricant (C) Seat held

Lincoln

Conservative

McCartney, KarlKarl McCartney (C) Seat held

Linlithgow and East Falkirk

Labour

Day, MartynMartyn Day (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Michael Connarty

Liverpool Riverside

Labour Co-operative

Ellman, LouiseLouise Ellman (L Co-op) Seat held

Liverpool Walton

Labour

Rotheram, SteveSteve Rotheram (L) Seat held

Liverpool Wavertree

Labour Co-operative

Berger, LucianaLuciana Berger (L Co-op) Seat held

Liverpool West Derby

Labour Co-operative

Twigg, StephenStephen Twigg (L Co-op) Seat held

Livingston

Labour

Bardell, HannahHannah Bardell (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Graeme Morrice

Llanelli

Labour

Griffith, NiaNia Griffith (L) Seat held

Loughborough

Conservative

Morgan, NickyNicky Morgan (C) Seat held

Louth and Horncastle

Conservative

Atkins, VictoriaVictoria Atkins (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Peter Tapsell stood down

Ludlow

Conservative

Dunne, PhilipPhilip Dunne (C) Seat held

Luton North

Labour

Hopkins, KelvinKelvin Hopkins (L) Seat held

Luton South

Labour Co-operative

Shuker, GavinGavin Shuker (L Co-op) Seat held

Macclesfield

Conservative

Rutley, DavidDavid Rutley (C) Seat held

Maidenhead

Conservative

May, TheresaTheresa May (C) Seat held

Maidstone and The Weald

Conservative

Grant, HelenHelen Grant (C) Seat held

Makerfield

Labour

Fovargue, YvonneYvonne Fovargue (L) Seat held

Maldon

Conservative

Whittingdale, JohnJohn Whittingdale (C) Seat held

Manchester Central

Labour Co-operative

Powell, LucyLucy Powell (L Co-op) Seat held

Manchester, Gorton

Labour

Kaufman, Sir GeraldSir Gerald Kaufman (L) Seat held

Manchester Withington

Liberal Democrats

Smith, JeffJeff Smith (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent John Leech

Mansfield

Labour

Meale, Sir AlanSir Alan Meale (L) Seat held

Meon Valley

Conservative

Hollingbery, GeorgeGeorge Hollingbery (C) Seat held

Meriden

Conservative

Spelman, CarolineCaroline Spelman (C) Seat held

Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney

Labour

Jones, GeraldGerald Jones (L) Seat held, incumbent Dai Havard stood down

Mid Bedfordshire

Conservative

Dorries, NadineNadine Dorries (C) Seat held

Mid Derbyshire

Conservative

Latham, PaulinePauline Latham (C) Seat held

Mid Dorset and North Poole

Liberal Democrats

Tomlinson, MichaelMichael Tomlinson (C) Seat gain, incumbent Annette Brooke
Annette Brooke
stood down

Mid Norfolk

Conservative

Freeman, GeorgeGeorge Freeman (C) Seat held

Mid Sussex

Conservative

Soames, Sir NicholasSir Nicholas Soames (C) Seat held

Mid Ulster

Sinn Féin

Molloy, FrancieFrancie Molloy (SF) Seat held

Mid Worcestershire

Conservative

Huddleston, NigelNigel Huddleston (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir Peter Luff
Peter Luff
stood down

Middlesbrough

Labour

McDonald, AndyAndy McDonald (L) Seat held

Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland

Labour

Blenkinsop, TomTom Blenkinsop (L) Seat held

Midlothian

Labour

Thompson, OwenOwen Thompson (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent David Hamilton stood down

Milton Keynes North

Conservative

Lancaster, MarkMark Lancaster (C) Seat held

Milton Keynes South

Conservative

Stewart, IainIain Stewart (C) Seat held

Mitcham and Morden

Labour

McDonagh, SiobhainSiobhain McDonagh (L) Seat held

Mole Valley

Conservative

Beresford, Sir PaulSir Paul Beresford (C) Seat held

Monmouth

Conservative

Davies, DavidDavid Davies (C) Seat held

Montgomeryshire

Conservative

Davies, GlynGlyn Davies (C) Seat held

Moray

SNP

Robertson, AngusAngus Robertson (SNP) Seat held

Morecambe and Lunesdale

Conservative

Morris, DavidDavid Morris (C) Seat held

Morley and Outwood

Labour Co-operative

Jenkyns, AndreaAndrea Jenkyns (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ed Balls

Motherwell and Wishaw

Labour

Fellows, MarionMarion Fellows (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Frank Roy

Na h-Eileanan an Iar (Western Isles)

SNP

MacNeil, AngusAngus MacNeil (SNP) Seat held

Neath

Labour

Rees, ChristinaChristina Rees (L) Seat held, incumbent Peter Hain
Peter Hain
stood down

New Forest East

Conservative

Lewis, JulianJulian Lewis (C) Seat held

New Forest West

Conservative

Swayne, DesmondDesmond Swayne (C) Seat held

Newark

Conservative

Jenrick, RobertRobert Jenrick (C) Seat held

Newbury

Conservative

Benyon, RichardRichard Benyon (C) Seat held

Newcastle upon Tyne Central

Labour

Onwurah, ChinyeluChinyelu Onwurah (L) Seat held

Newcastle upon Tyne East

Labour

Brown, NickNick Brown (L) Seat held

Newcastle upon Tyne North

Labour

McKinnell, CatherineCatherine McKinnell (L) Seat held

Newcastle-under-Lyme

Labour

Farrelly, PaulPaul Farrelly (L) Seat held

Newport East

Labour

Morden, JessicaJessica Morden (L) Seat held

Newport West

Labour

Flynn, PaulPaul Flynn (L) Seat held

Newry and Armagh

Sinn Féin

Brady, MickeyMickey Brady (SF) Seat held, incumbent Conor Murphy
Conor Murphy
stood down

Newton Abbot

Conservative

Morris, Anne MarieAnne Marie Morris (C) Seat held

Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford

Labour

Cooper, YvetteYvette Cooper (L) Seat held

North Antrim

DUP

Paisley, Jr., The Hon. IanThe Hon. Ian Paisley, Jr. (DUP) Seat held

North Ayrshire and Arran

Labour

Gibson, PatriciaPatricia Gibson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Katy Clark

North Cornwall

Liberal Democrats

Mann, ScottScott Mann (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Dan Rogerson

North Devon

Liberal Democrats

Heaton-Jones, PeterPeter Heaton-Jones (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sir Nick Harvey

North Dorset

Conservative

Hoare, SimonSimon Hoare (C) Seat held, incumbent Robert Walter stood down

North Down

Independent Unionist

Hermon, Sylvia, LadySylvia, Lady Hermon (Ind) Seat held

North Durham

Labour

Jones, KevanKevan Jones (L) Seat held

North East Bedfordshire

Conservative

Burt, AlistairAlistair Burt (C) Seat held

North East Cambridgeshire

Conservative

Barclay, StephenStephen Barclay (C) Seat held

North East Derbyshire

Labour

Engel, NataschaNatascha Engel (L) Seat held

North East Fife

Liberal Democrats

Gethins, StephenStephen Gethins (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Sir Menzies Campbell
Menzies Campbell
stood down

North East Hampshire

Conservative

Jayawardena, RanilRanil Jayawardena (C) Seat held, incumbent James Arbuthnot
James Arbuthnot
stood down

North East Hertfordshire

Conservative

Heald, Sir OliverSir Oliver Heald (C) Seat held

North East Somerset

Conservative

Rees-Mogg, The Hon. JacobThe Hon. Jacob Rees-Mogg (C) Seat held

North Herefordshire

Conservative

Wiggin, BillBill Wiggin (C) Seat held

North Norfolk

Liberal Democrats

Lamb, NormanNorman Lamb (LD) Seat held

North Shropshire

Conservative

Paterson, OwenOwen Paterson (C) Seat held

North Somerset

Conservative

Fox, LiamLiam Fox (C) Seat held

North Swindon

Conservative

Tomlinson, JustinJustin Tomlinson (C) Seat held

North Thanet

Conservative

Gale, Sir RogerSir Roger Gale (C) Seat held

North Tyneside

Labour

Glindon, MaryMary Glindon (L) Seat held

North Warwickshire

Conservative

Tracey, CraigCraig Tracey (C) Seat held, incumbent Dan Byles
Dan Byles
stood down

North West Cambridgeshire

Conservative

Vara, ShaileshShailesh Vara (C) Seat held

North West Durham

Labour

Glass, PatPat Glass (L) Seat held

North West Hampshire

Conservative

Malthouse, KitKit Malthouse (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir George Young, Bt stood down

North West Leicestershire

Conservative

Bridgen, AndrewAndrew Bridgen (C) Seat held

North West Norfolk

Conservative

Bellingham, HenryHenry Bellingham (C) Seat held

North Wiltshire

Conservative

Gray, JamesJames Gray (C) Seat held

Northampton North

Conservative

Ellis, MichaelMichael Ellis (C) Seat held

Northampton South

Conservative

Mackintosh, DavidDavid Mackintosh (C) Seat held, incumbent Brian Binley stood down

Norwich North

Conservative

Smith, ChloeChloe Smith (C) Seat held

Norwich South

Liberal Democrats

Lewis, CliveClive Lewis (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Simon Wright

Nottingham East

Labour Co-operative

Leslie, ChrisChris Leslie (L Co-op) Seat held

Nottingham North

Labour

Allen, GrahamGraham Allen (L) Seat held

Nottingham South

Labour

Greenwood, LilianLilian Greenwood (L) Seat held

Nuneaton

Conservative

Jones, MarcusMarcus Jones (C) Seat held

Ochil and South Perthshire

Labour

Ahmed-Sheikh, TasminaTasmina Ahmed-Sheikh (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gordon Banks

Ogmore

Labour

Irranca-Davies, HuwHuw Irranca-Davies (L) Seat held

Old Bexley and Sidcup

Conservative

Brokenshire, JamesJames Brokenshire (C) Seat held

Oldham East and Saddleworth

Labour

Abrahams, DebbieDebbie Abrahams (L) Seat held

Oldham West and Royton

Labour

Meacher, MichaelMichael Meacher (L) Seat held

Orkney and Shetland

Liberal Democrats

Carmichael, AlistairAlistair Carmichael (LD) Seat held

Orpington

Conservative

Johnson, JoJo Johnson (C) Seat held

Oxford East

Labour

Smith, AndrewAndrew Smith (L) Seat held

Oxford West and Abingdon

Conservative

Blackwood, NicolaNicola Blackwood (C) Seat held

Paisley and Renfrewshire North

Labour

Newlands, GavinGavin Newlands (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jim Sheridan

Paisley and Renfrewshire South

Labour

Black, MhairiMhairi Black (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Douglas Alexander

Pendle

Conservative

Stephenson, AndrewAndrew Stephenson (C) Seat held

Penistone and Stocksbridge

Labour

Smith, AngelaAngela Smith (L) Seat held

Penrith and The Border

Conservative

Stewart, RoryRory Stewart (C) Seat held

Perth and North Perthshire

SNP

Wishart, PetePete Wishart (SNP) Seat held

Peterborough

Conservative

Jackson, StewartStewart Jackson (C) Seat held

Plymouth, Moor View

Labour

Mercer, JohnnyJohnny Mercer (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Alison Seabeck

Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport

Conservative

Colvile, OliverOliver Colvile (C) Seat held

Pontypridd

Labour

Smith, OwenOwen Smith (L) Seat held

Poole

Conservative

Syms, RobertRobert Syms (C) Seat held

Poplar and Limehouse

Labour

Fitzpatrick, JimJim Fitzpatrick (L) Seat held

Portsmouth North

Conservative

Mordaunt, PennyPenny Mordaunt (C) Seat held

Portsmouth South

Independent[a]

Drummond, FlickFlick Drummond (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mike Hancock (originally a Liberal Democrat MP)

Preseli Pembrokeshire

Conservative

Crabb, StephenStephen Crabb (C) Seat held

Preston

Labour Co-operative

Hendrick, MarkMark Hendrick (L Co-op) Seat held

Pudsey

Conservative

Andrew, StuartStuart Andrew (C) Seat held

Putney

Conservative

Greening, JustineJustine Greening (C) Seat held

Rayleigh and Wickford

Conservative

Francois, MarkMark Francois (C) Seat held

Reading East

Conservative

Wilson, RobRob Wilson (C) Seat held

Reading West

Conservative

Sharma, AlokAlok Sharma (C) Seat held

Redcar

Liberal Democrats

Turley, AnnaAnna Turley (L Co-op) Seat gain, incumbent Ian Swales
Ian Swales
stood down

Redditch

Conservative

Lumley, KarenKaren Lumley (C) Seat held

Reigate

Conservative

Blunt, CrispinCrispin Blunt (C) Seat held

Rhondda

Labour

Bryant, ChrisChris Bryant (L) Seat held

Ribble Valley

Conservative

Evans, NigelNigel Evans (C) Seat held

Richmond (Yorks)

Conservative

Sunak, RishiRishi Sunak (C) Seat held, incumbent William Hague
William Hague
stood down

Richmond Park

Conservative

Goldsmith, ZacZac Goldsmith (C) Seat held

Rochdale

Labour

Danczuk, SimonSimon Danczuk (L) Seat held

Rochester and Strood

UKIP

Tolhurst, KellyKelly Tolhurst (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mark Reckless

Rochford and Southend East

Conservative

Duddridge, JamesJames Duddridge (C) Seat held

Romford

Conservative

Rosindell, AndrewAndrew Rosindell (C) Seat held

Romsey and Southampton North

Conservative

Nokes, CarolineCaroline Nokes (C) Seat held

Ross, Skye and Lochaber

Liberal Democrats

Blackford, IanIan Blackford (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Charles Kennedy

Rossendale and Darwen

Conservative

Berry, JakeJake Berry (C) Seat held

Rother Valley

Labour

Barron, Sir KevinSir Kevin Barron (L) Seat held

Rotherham

Labour

Champion, SarahSarah Champion (L) Seat held

Rugby

Conservative

Pawsey, MarkMark Pawsey (C) Seat held

Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner

Conservative

Hurd, The Hon. NickThe Hon. Nick Hurd (C) Seat held

Runnymede and Weybridge

Conservative

Hammond, PhilipPhilip Hammond (C) Seat held

Rushcliffe

Conservative

Clarke, KennethKenneth Clarke (C) Seat held

Rutherglen and Hamilton West

Labour Co-operative

Ferrier, MargaretMargaret Ferrier (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tom Greatrex

Rutland and Melton

Conservative

Duncan, Sir AlanSir Alan Duncan (C) Seat held

Saffron Walden

Conservative

Haselhurst, Sir AlanSir Alan Haselhurst (C) Seat held

Salford and Eccles

Labour

Long-Bailey, RebeccaRebecca Long-Bailey (L) Seat held, incumbent Hazel Blears
Hazel Blears
stood down

Salisbury

Conservative

Glen, JohnJohn Glen (C) Seat held

Scarborough and Whitby

Conservative

Goodwill, RobertRobert Goodwill (C) Seat held

Scunthorpe

Labour

Dakin, NicNic Dakin (L) Seat held

Sedgefield

Labour

Wilson, PhilPhil Wilson (L) Seat held

Sefton Central

Labour

Esterson, BillBill Esterson (L) Seat held

Selby and Ainsty

Conservative

Adams, NigelNigel Adams (C) Seat held

Sevenoaks

Conservative

Fallon, MichaelMichael Fallon (C) Seat held

Sheffield Central

Labour

Blomfield, PaulPaul Blomfield (L) Seat held

Sheffield South East

Labour

Betts, CliveClive Betts (L) Seat held

Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough

Labour

Harpham, HarryHarry Harpham (L) Seat held, incumbent David Blunkett
David Blunkett
stood down

Sheffield Hallam

Liberal Democrats

Clegg, NickNick Clegg (LD) Seat held

Sheffield Heeley

Labour Co-operative

Haigh, LouiseLouise Haigh (L) Seat held, incumbent Meg Munn
Meg Munn
stood down

Sherwood

Conservative

Spencer, MarkMark Spencer (C) Seat held

Shipley

Conservative

Davies, PhilipPhilip Davies (C) Seat held

Shrewsbury and Atcham

Conservative

Kawczynski, DanielDaniel Kawczynski (C) Seat held

Sittingbourne and Sheppey

Conservative

Henderson, GordonGordon Henderson (C) Seat held

Skipton and Ripon

Conservative

Smith, JulianJulian Smith (C) Seat held

Sleaford and North Hykeham

Conservative

Phillips, StephenStephen Phillips (C) Seat held

Slough

Labour

Mactaggart, FionaFiona Mactaggart (L) Seat held

Solihull

Liberal Democrats

Knight, JulianJulian Knight (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Lorely Burt

Somerton and Frome

Liberal Democrats

Warburton, DavidDavid Warburton (C) Seat gain, incumbent David Heath stood down

South Antrim

DUP

Kinahan, DannyDanny Kinahan (UUP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent William McCrea

South Basildon and East Thurrock

Conservative

Metcalfe, StephenStephen Metcalfe (C) Seat held

South Cambridgeshire

Conservative

Allen, HeidiHeidi Allen (C) Seat held, incumbent Andrew Lansley
Andrew Lansley
stood down

South Derbyshire

Conservative

Wheeler, HeatherHeather Wheeler (C) Seat held

South Dorset

Conservative

Drax, RichardRichard Drax (C) Seat held

South Down

SDLP

Ritchie, MargaretMargaret Ritchie (SDLP) Seat held

South East Cambridgeshire

Conservative

Frazer, LucyLucy Frazer (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir James Paice
James Paice
stood down

South East Cornwall

Conservative

Murray, SheryllSheryll Murray (C) Seat held

South Holland and The Deepings

Conservative

Hayes, JohnJohn Hayes (C) Seat held

South Leicestershire

Conservative

Costa, AlbertoAlberto Costa (C) Seat held, incumbent Andrew Robathan
Andrew Robathan
stood down

South Norfolk

Conservative

Bacon, RichardRichard Bacon (C) Seat held

South Northamptonshire

Conservative

Leadsom, AndreaAndrea Leadsom (C) Seat held

South Ribble

Conservative

Kennedy, SeemaSeema Kennedy (C) Seat held, incumbent Lorraine Fullbrook stood down

South Shields

Labour

Lewell-Buck, EmmaEmma Lewell-Buck (L) Seat held

South Staffordshire

Conservative

Williamson, GavinGavin Williamson (C) Seat held

South Suffolk

Conservative

Cartlidge, JamesJames Cartlidge (C) Seat held, incumbent Tim Yeo stood down

South Swindon

Conservative

Buckland, RobertRobert Buckland (C) Seat held

South Thanet

Conservative

Mackinlay, CraigCraig Mackinlay (C) Seat held, incumbent Laura Sandys
Laura Sandys
stood down

South West Bedfordshire

Conservative

Selous, AndrewAndrew Selous (C) Seat held

South West Devon

Conservative

Streeter, GaryGary Streeter (C) Seat held

South West Hertfordshire

Conservative

Gauke, DavidDavid Gauke (C) Seat held

South West Norfolk

Conservative

Truss, ElizabethElizabeth Truss (C) Seat held

South West Surrey

Conservative

Hunt, JeremyJeremy Hunt (C) Seat held

South West Wiltshire

Conservative

Murrison, AndrewAndrew Murrison (C) Seat held

Southampton Itchen

Labour

Smith, RoystonRoyston Smith (C) Seat gain, incumbent John Denham stood down

Southampton Test

Labour

Whitehead, AlanAlan Whitehead (L) Seat held

Southend West

Conservative

Amess, Sir DavidSir David Amess (C) Seat held

Southport

Liberal Democrats

Pugh, JohnJohn Pugh (LD) Seat held

Spelthorne

Conservative

Kwarteng, KwasiKwasi Kwarteng (C) Seat held

St Albans

Conservative

Main, AnneAnne Main (C) Seat held

St Austell and Newquay

Liberal Democrats

Double, SteveSteve Double (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Steve Gilbert

St Helens North

Labour

McGinn, ConorConor McGinn (L) Seat held, incumbent David Watts stood down

St Helens South and Whiston

Labour

Rimmer, MarieMarie Rimmer (L) Seat held, incumbent Shaun Woodward
Shaun Woodward
stood down

St Ives

Liberal Democrats

Thomas, DerekDerek Thomas (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Andrew George

Stafford

Conservative

Lefroy, JeremyJeremy Lefroy (C) Seat held

Staffordshire Moorlands

Conservative

Bradley, KarenKaren Bradley (C) Seat held

Stalybridge and Hyde

Labour Co-operative

Reynolds, JonathanJonathan Reynolds (L Co-op) Seat held

Stevenage

Conservative

McPartland, StephenStephen McPartland (C) Seat held

Stirling

Labour

Paterson, StevenSteven Paterson (SNP) Seat gain, incumbent Dame Anne McGuire
Anne McGuire
stood down

Stockport

Labour

Coffey, AnnAnn Coffey (L) Seat held

Stockton North

Labour

Cunningham, AlexAlex Cunningham (L) Seat held

Stockton South

Conservative

Wharton, JamesJames Wharton (C) Seat held

Stoke-on-Trent Central

Labour

Hunt, The Hon. TristramThe Hon. Tristram Hunt (L) Seat held

Stoke-on-Trent North

Labour

Smeeth, RuthRuth Smeeth (L) Seat held, incumbent Joan Walley stood down

Stoke-on-Trent South

Labour

Flello, RobRob Flello (L) Seat held

Stone

Conservative

Cash, Sir BillSir Bill Cash (C) Seat held

Stourbridge

Conservative

James, MargotMargot James (C) Seat held

Strangford

DUP

Shannon, JimJim Shannon (DUP) Seat held

Stratford-on-Avon

Conservative

Zahawi, NadhimNadhim Zahawi (C) Seat held

Streatham

Labour

Umunna, ChukaChuka Umunna (L) Seat held

Stretford and Urmston

Labour

Green, KateKate Green (L) Seat held

Stroud

Conservative

Carmichael, NeilNeil Carmichael (C) Seat held

Suffolk Coastal

Conservative

Coffey, ThereseTherese Coffey (C) Seat held

Sunderland Central

Labour

Elliott, JulieJulie Elliott (L) Seat held

Surrey Heath

Conservative

Gove, MichaelMichael Gove (C) Seat held

Sutton and Cheam

Liberal Democrats

Scully, PaulPaul Scully (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Paul Burstow

Sutton Coldfield

Conservative

Mitchell, AndrewAndrew Mitchell (C) Seat held

Swansea East

Labour

Harris, CarolynCarolyn Harris (L) Seat held, incumbent Siân James stood down

Swansea West

Labour Co-operative

Davies, GeraintGeraint Davies (L Co-op) Seat held

Tamworth

Conservative

Pincher, ChristopherChristopher Pincher (C) Seat held

Tatton

Conservative

Osborne, GeorgeGeorge Osborne (C) Seat held

Taunton Deane

Liberal Democrats

Pow, RebeccaRebecca Pow (C) Seat gain, incumbent Jeremy Browne
Jeremy Browne
stood down

Telford

Labour

Allan, LucyLucy Allan (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Wright

Tewkesbury

Conservative

Robertson, LaurenceLaurence Robertson (C) Seat held

Thirsk and Malton

Conservative

Hollinrake, KevinKevin Hollinrake (C) Seat held, incumbent Anne McIntosh
Anne McIntosh
stood down

Thornbury and Yate

Liberal Democrats

Hall, LukeLuke Hall (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Steve Webb

Thurrock

Conservative

Doyle-Price, JackieJackie Doyle-Price (C) Seat held

Tiverton and Honiton

Conservative

Parish, NeilNeil Parish (C) Seat held

Tonbridge and Malling

Conservative

Tugendhat, TomTom Tugendhat (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir John Stanley stood down

Tooting

Labour

Khan, SadiqSadiq Khan (L) Seat held

Torbay

Liberal Democrats

Foster, KevinKevin Foster (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Adrian Sanders

Torfaen

Labour

Thomas-Symonds, NickNick Thomas-Symonds (L) Seat held, incumbent Paul Murphy stood down.

Torridge and West Devon

Conservative

Cox, GeoffreyGeoffrey Cox (C) Seat held

Totnes

Conservative

Wollaston, SarahSarah Wollaston (C) Seat held

Tottenham

Labour

Lammy, DavidDavid Lammy (L) Seat held

Truro and Falmouth

Conservative

Newton, SarahSarah Newton (C) Seat held

Tunbridge Wells

Conservative

Clark, GregGreg Clark (C) Seat held

Twickenham

Liberal Democrats

Mathias, TaniaTania Mathias (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Vince Cable

Tynemouth

Labour

Campbell, AlanAlan Campbell (L) Seat held

Upper Bann

DUP

Simpson, DavidDavid Simpson (DUP) Seat held

Uxbridge and South Ruislip

Conservative

Johnson, BorisBoris Johnson (C) Seat held, incumbent Sir John Randall stood down

Vale of Clwyd

Labour

Davies, JamesJames Davies (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Chris Ruane

Vale of Glamorgan

Conservative

Cairns, AlunAlun Cairns (C) Seat held

Vauxhall

Labour

Hoey, KateKate Hoey (L) Seat held

Wakefield

Labour

Creagh, MaryMary Creagh (L) Seat held

Wallasey

Labour

Eagle, AngelaAngela Eagle (L) Seat held

Walsall North

Labour

Winnick, DavidDavid Winnick (L) Seat held

Walsall South

Labour

Vaz, ValerieValerie Vaz (L) Seat held

Walthamstow

Labour Co-operative

Creasy, StellaStella Creasy (L Co-op) Seat held

Wansbeck

Labour

Lavery, IanIan Lavery (L) Seat held

Wantage

Conservative

Vaizey, The Hon. EdThe Hon. Ed Vaizey (C) Seat held

Warley

Labour

Spellar, JohnJohn Spellar (L) Seat held

Warrington North

Labour

Jones, HelenHelen Jones (L) Seat held

Warrington South

Conservative

Mowat, DavidDavid Mowat (C) Seat held

Warwick and Leamington

Conservative

White, ChrisChris White (C) Seat held

Washington and Sunderland West

Labour

Hodgson, SharonSharon Hodgson (L) Seat held

Watford

Conservative

Harrington, RichardRichard Harrington (C) Seat held

Waveney

Conservative

Aldous, PeterPeter Aldous (C) Seat held

Wealden

Conservative

Ghani, NusNus Ghani (C) Seat held, incumbent Charles Hendry
Charles Hendry
stood down

Weaver Vale

Conservative

Evans, GrahamGraham Evans (C) Seat held

Wellingborough

Conservative

Bone, PeterPeter Bone (C) Seat held

Wells

Liberal Democrats

Heappey, JamesJames Heappey (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tessa Munt

Welwyn Hatfield

Conservative

Shapps, GrantGrant Shapps (C) Seat held

Wentworth and Dearne

Labour

Healey, JohnJohn Healey (L) Seat held

West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine

Liberal Democrats

Donaldson, StuartStuart Donaldson (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sir Robert Smith, Bt

West Bromwich East

Labour

Watson, TomTom Watson (L) Seat held

West Bromwich West

Labour Co-operative

Bailey, AdrianAdrian Bailey (L Co-op) Seat held

West Dorset

Conservative

Letwin, OliverOliver Letwin (C) Seat held

West Dunbartonshire

Labour Co-operative

Docherty, MartinMartin Docherty (SNP) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gemma Doyle

West Ham

Labour

Brown, LynLyn Brown (L) Seat held

West Lancashire

Labour

Cooper, RosieRosie Cooper (L) Seat held

West Suffolk

Conservative

Hancock, MatthewMatthew Hancock (C) Seat held

West Tyrone

Sinn Féin

Doherty, PatPat Doherty (SF) Seat held

West Worcestershire

Conservative

Baldwin, HarrietHarriet Baldwin (C) Seat held

Westminster North

Labour

Buck, KarenKaren Buck (L) Seat held

Westmorland and Lonsdale

Liberal Democrats

Farron, TimTim Farron (LD) Seat held

Weston-super-Mare

Conservative

Penrose, JohnJohn Penrose (C) Seat held

Wigan

Labour

Nandy, LisaLisa Nandy (L) Seat held

Wimbledon

Conservative

Hammond, StephenStephen Hammond (C) Seat held

Winchester

Conservative

Brine, SteveSteve Brine (C) Seat held

Windsor

Conservative

Afriyie, AdamAdam Afriyie (C) Seat held

Wirral South

Labour

McGovern, AlisonAlison McGovern (L) Seat held

Wirral West

Conservative

Greenwood, MargaretMargaret Greenwood (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Esther McVey

Witham

Conservative

Patel, PritiPriti Patel (C) Seat held

Witney

Conservative

Cameron, DavidDavid Cameron (C) Seat held

Woking

Conservative

Lord, JonathanJonathan Lord (C) Seat held

Wokingham

Conservative

Redwood, JohnJohn Redwood (C) Seat held

Wolverhampton North East

Labour

Reynolds, EmmaEmma Reynolds (L) Seat held

Wolverhampton South East

Labour

McFadden, PatPat McFadden (L) Seat held

Wolverhampton South West

Conservative

Marris, RobRob Marris (L) Seat gain, defeated incumbent Paul Uppal

Worcester

Conservative

Walker, The Hon. RobinThe Hon. Robin Walker (C) Seat held

Workington

Labour

Hayman, SueSue Hayman (L) Seat held, incumbent Sir Tony Cunningham stood down

Worsley and Eccles South

Labour

Keeley, BarbaraBarbara Keeley (L) Seat held

Worthing West

Conservative

Bottomley, Sir PeterSir Peter Bottomley (C) Seat held

The Wrekin

Conservative

Pritchard, MarkMark Pritchard (C) Seat held

Wrexham

Labour

Lucas, IanIan Lucas (L) Seat held

Wycombe

Conservative

Baker, SteveSteve Baker (C) Seat held

Wyre and Preston North

Conservative

Wallace, BenBen Wallace (C) Seat held

Wyre Forest

Conservative

Garnier, MarkMark Garnier (C) Seat held

Wythenshawe and Sale East

Labour

Kane, MikeMike Kane (L) Seat held

Yeovil

Liberal Democrats

Fysh, MarcusMarcus Fysh (C) Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Laws

Ynys Môn (Anglesey)

Labour

Owen, AlbertAlbert Owen (L) Seat held

York Central

Labour

Maskell, RachaelRachael Maskell (L Co-op) Seat held, incumbent Sir Hugh Bayley
Hugh Bayley
stood down

York Outer

Conservative

Sturdy, JulianJulian Sturdy (C) Seat held

Notes

^ a b c d The incumbents for these seats were originally members of political parties before either being suspended or resigning from their respective parties and subsequently sitting as independents for the remainder of the Parliament.

Changes and by-elections[edit] After the general election, changes can occur in the composition of the House of Commons. This happens as a result of the election of Deputy Speakers, by-elections, defections, suspensions or removal of whip. After the swearing in of MPs and the elections of the Speaker and the Deputy Speakers, the initial government majority was calculated to be sixteen. Technically, MPs cannot resign. However, they can effectively do so by requesting to be appointed as the Crown Steward and Bailiff of the Manor of Northstead or the Crown Steward and Bailiff of the three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, Desborough and Burnham, which vacates their seat. The net outcome of all changes over the course of the Parliament had resulted in two fewer Labour MPs, two fewer SNP MPs, one more Liberal Democrat MP and three more independent MPs. Deputy Speakers[edit] In accordance with a decision taken by the House of Commons on the final day of its sitting in the previous Parliament, the Speaker appointed two members to serve as Temporary Deputy Speakers until the Deputy Speakers had been elected. Directly after the 2015 State Opening of Parliament, the Speaker nominated Sir Roger Gale (Conservative, North Thanet) and George Howarth
George Howarth
(Labour, Knowsley) for these positions.[5] The election of Deputy Speakers took place on 3 June 2015.[6] Although Deputy Speakers do not resign from their parties, they cease to vote (except to break ties) and they do not participate in party-political activity until the next election.

Name Party Constituency Office

Lindsay Hoyle

Labour Chorley Chairman of Ways and Means

Eleanor Laing

Conservative Epping Forest First Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means

Natascha Engel

Labour North East Derbyshire Second Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means

By-elections[edit] Main article: List of United Kingdom
United Kingdom
by-elections (2010–present) By-elections are held for seats that become vacant.

# Constituency Incumbent Date of by-election Winner By-election

Name Party Date seat vacated Cause of vacation Name Party

1 Oldham West and Royton Michael Meacher

Labour 21 October 2015 Death[7] 3 December 2015 Jim McMahon

Labour Details

2 Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough Harry Harpham

Labour 4 February 2016 Death[8] 5 May 2016[9] Gill Furniss[10]

Labour Details

3 Ogmore Huw Irranca-Davies

Labour 23 March 2016 Resignation[11] 5 May 2016[9] Chris Elmore[12]

Labour Details

4 Tooting Sadiq Khan

Labour 9 May 2016 Resignation[13] 16 June 2016[14] Rosena Allin-Khan[15]

Labour Details

5 Batley and Spen Jo Cox

Labour 16 June 2016 Death 20 October 2016[16] Tracy Brabin[17]

Labour Details

6 Witney David Cameron

Conservative 12 September 2016 Resignation[18] 20 October 2016[16] Robert Courts[17]

Conservative Details

7 Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith

Conservative 25 October 2016 Resignation[19] 1 December 2016[19] Sarah Olney

Liberal Democrat Details

8 Sleaford and North Hykeham Stephen Phillips

Conservative 4 November 2016 Resignation[20] 8 December 2016[20] Caroline Johnson

Conservative Details

9 Copeland Jamie Reed

Labour 23 January 2017 Resignation[21] 23 February 2017[22] Trudy Harrison

Conservative Details

10 Stoke-on-Trent Central Tristram Hunt

Labour 23 January 2017 Resignation[23] 23 February 2017[22] Gareth Snell

Labour Details

A by-election was planned to be held in the seat of Manchester Gorton following the death of Sir Gerald Kaufman
Gerald Kaufman
on 26 February 2017. Following the announcement on 18 April 2017 of a snap general election by Theresa May, it was confirmed that the Cabinet Office
Cabinet Office
would intervene to cancel the by-election, leaving the seat vacant until the general election on 8 June 2017.[24] Defections, suspensions and removal of whip[edit] In some situations, the label under which MPs sit in the House of Commons can change. When this happens, MPs often become independents.

Michelle Thomson (SNP, Edinburgh West)

SNP →

Independent

29 September 2015

Thomson withdrew from the SNP whip on 29 September 2015 after her business became the subject of a police investigation into alleged irregularities regarding property deals.[25] As a result, she then sat as an independent. In line with party rules, upon withdrawing from the whip, her SNP membership was suspended.

Natalie McGarry (SNP, Glasgow East)

SNP →

Independent

24 November 2015

McGarry withdrew from the SNP whip on 24 November 2015 after being named as under investigation by the police regarding financial discrepancies relating to Women for Independence, a campaign organisation for which she is a founder.[26] As a result, she then sat as an independent. In line with party rules, upon withdrawing from the whip, her SNP membership was suspended.

Simon Danczuk (Labour, Rochdale)

Labour →

Independent

31 December 2015

Danczuk was suspended from the Labour Party on 31 December 2015, pending an investigation by the National Executive Committee, after allegations were made that he exchanged explicit messages with a 17-year-old girl. As a result of the suspension, he has been withdrawn from the Labour whip, and then sat as an independent.[27]

Naz Shah
Naz Shah
(Labour, Bradford West)

Labour →

Independent →

Labour

27 April 2016

5 July 2016

Shah was suspended from the Labour Party on 27 April 2016 pending an investigation into social media comments which she made, including proposing the relocation of Israel
Israel
to North America. As a result of the suspension, she was withdrawn from the Labour whip and she sat as an independent,[28] before being reinstated on 5 July 2016.[29]

Justin Tomlinson
Justin Tomlinson
(Conservative, North Swindon)

Conservative → Suspended →

Conservative

11–12 October 2016

Tomlinson was suspended from the House of Commons from 11 to 12 October 2016 after a vote by MPs on 10 October 2016.[30] This was in accordance with a recommendation by the Privileges Committee after it found that he had committed a contempt by disclosing a confidential draft report by the Public Accounts Committee to an employee of Wonga.com.[31]

Douglas Carswell
Douglas Carswell
(UKIP, Clacton)

UKIP →

Independent

25 March 2017

Carswell left UKIP on 25 March 2017, saying that he had left amicably to focus on local issues as the UK was certain to leave the EU.[32] Former leader Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage
had previously called for Carswell to quit, saying that Carswell was actively working against UKIP.[33] As a result, he then sat as an independent.

See also[edit]

Members of the House of Lords List of MPs for constituencies in England 2015–17 List of MPs for constituencies in Scotland 2015–17 List of MPs for constituencies in Northern Ireland 2015–17 List of MPs for constituencies in Wales 2015–17 List of United Kingdom
United Kingdom
MPs by seniority, 2015–17 Category:UK MPs 2015–17

References[edit]

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Harry Harpham
dies of cancer aged 61". The Guardian. Retrieved 6 February 2016.  ^ a b Peter Edwards (24 March 2016). "Labour confirms Sheffield and Ogmore by-elections for May 5". LabourList. Retrieved 25 March 2016.  ^ " Gill Furniss
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wins Sheffield by-election for Labour". BBC News. 6 May 2016. Retrieved 6 May 2016.  ^ " Huw Irranca-Davies
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resigns as MP for Ogmore". UK Parliament. 24 March 2016. Retrieved 5 March 2017.  ^ "Labour holds in Ogmore by-election with 52% of the vote". BBC News. 6 May 2016. Retrieved 6 May 2016.  ^ Tom Marshall (9 May 2016). "Tooting by-election triggered after Sadiq Khan
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David Cameron
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learned of SNP MP allegations from Sunday newspaper". BBC News. 30 September 2015. Retrieved 30 September 2015.  ^ " Natalie McGarry withdraws from SNP whip over campaign fund probe". BBC News. 24 November 2015. Retrieved 25 November 2015.  ^ "Labour's Simon Danczuk suspended over 'inappropriate behaviour'". BBC News. 31 December 2015. Retrieved 31 December 2015.  ^ "MP Naz Shah
Naz Shah
suspended from Labour". BBC News. 27 April 2016. Retrieved 27 April 2016.  ^ "Labour Party reinstates Bradford West MP Naz Shah". BBC News. 5 July 2016. Retrieved 11 July 2016.  ^ "Privileges". Parliamentary Debates (Hansard). United Kingdom: British House of Commons. 2016-10-10. col. 74.  ^ " Justin Tomlinson
Justin Tomlinson
MP suspended over Wonga report leak". BBC News. 10 October 2016. Retrieved 21 October 2016.  ^ "Job done - thank UKIP!". Talk
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Douglas Carswell
quitting UKIP". BBC News. 25 March 2017. Retrieved 25 March 2017. 

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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
general election, 2015

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Incumbent Prime Minister: David Cameron
David Cameron
(Conservative) Appointed Prime Minister: David Cameron
David Cameron
(Conservative)

Incumbent Deputy Prime Minister: Nick Clegg
Nick Clegg
(Liberal Democrats) Appointed Deputy Prime Minister: None

Parties elected to the House of Commons

Conservative (David Cameron) Labour (Ed Miliband) Scottish National Party
Scottish National Party
(Nicola Sturgeon) Liberal Democrats (Nick Clegg) Democratic Unionist Party
Democratic Unionist Party
(Peter Robinson) Sinn Féin
Sinn Féin
(Gerry Adams) Plaid Cymru
Plaid Cymru
(Leanne Wood) Social Democratic and Labour Party
Social Democratic and Labour Party
(Alasdair McDonnell) Ulster Unionist Party
Ulster Unionist Party
(Mike Nesbitt) UK Independence Party
UK Independence Party
(Nigel Farage) Green Party of England and Wales
Green Party of England and Wales
(Natalie Bennett)

Parties only represented in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, London, or the European Parliament

Green Party in Northern Ireland
Green Party in Northern Ireland
(Steven Agnew) Scottish Green Party
Scottish Green Party
(Patrick Harvie/Maggie Chapman) Traditional Unionist Voice (Jim Allister) Alliance Party of Northern Ireland
Alliance Party of Northern Ireland
(David Ford)

Other

Full list of parties standing candidates

Results by area

Northern Ireland (list) Scotland (list) Wales (list) England (list)

United Kingdom
United Kingdom
local elections, 2015

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List of United Kingdom
United Kingdom
MPs

By surname

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

By year elected

1800s

1801 02 06 07 12 18 20 26 30 31 32 35 37 41 47 52 57 59 65 68 74 80 85 86 92 95

1900s

1900 06 Jan 10 Dec 10 18 22 23 24 29 31 35 45 50 51 55 59 64 66 70 Feb 74 Oct 74 79 83 87 92 97

2000s

2001 05 10 15 17

By seniority

10 15 17

By party

Conservative Democratic Unionist Labour Labour Co-op Liberal Liberal Democrat Liberal Unionist National Labour National Liberal (1931) Nationalist (Ireland) Plaid Cymru Scottish National Sinn Féin Social Democratic Social Democratic and Labour Ulster Unionist Independents

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