Westminster party standings

By staff writers
June 9, 2017

With most constituencies now having declared, the state of parties at Westminster is as follows:

Conservatives

315 seats

Gained 20

Lost 32

Vote share 42.4 per cent (+ 5.5 per cent)

Labour

261 seats

Gained 36

Lost 5

Vote share 40.1 per cent (+ 9.5 per cent)

Liberal Democrat

12 seats

Gained 8

Lost 5

Vote share 7.3 per cent ( - 0.5 per cent)

SNP

35 seats

Gained 1

Lost 20

Vote share 3 per cent ( - 1.7 per cent)

Plaid Cymru

4 seats

Gained 0

Lost 0

Vote share 0.5 per cent ( -0.1 per cent)

DUP

10 seats

Gained 10

Lost 0

Vote share 1.6 per cent ( + 0.3 per cent)

Sinn Fein

7 seats

Gained 3

Lost 0

Vote share 0.7 per cent ( + 0.7 per cent)

* Sinn Fein do not take their Westminster seats

SDLP

0 seats

Gained 0

Lost  3

Vote share 0.3 per cent ( - 00. per cent)

UUP

0 seats

Gained 0

Lost 0

Vote share 0.3 per cent ( -0.1 per cent)

UKIP

0 seats

Gained 0

Lost 0

Vote share 1.9 per cent ( - 10.8 per cent)

Green

1 seat

Gained 0

Lost 0

Vote share (1.6 per cent) (-2.1 per cent)

The Conservatives have lost their overall majority bur remain the largest party at Westminster.

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