Uxbridge and South Ruislip, Boris Johnson’s constituency, has remained Conservative.
Johnson got 50.8 per cent and 23,716 votes in total.
Labour’s Vincent Lo came second with 40 per cent and 18,682 votes, a gain of 13.6 per cent compared to the 2015 General Election. In 2015, Johnson won the seat with 50.2 per cent of the vote while Labour’s Chris Summers was over 10,000 votes behind him with 26.4 per cent of the vote.
The Lib Dems’ Rosina Robson came third this time with 3.9 per cent, followed by UKIP’s Elizabeth Kemp on 3.9 per cent and the Green Party’s Mark Keir bringing up the rear with 1.9 per cent.
UKIP suffered the most significant losses with a decrease in 10.8 per cent in votes compared to 2015.
YouGov predicted the constituency to be likely Conservative.