Labour has won in the constituency of Peterborough.
Fiona Onasanya gained the constituency with 22,900 votes, in a narrow loss for Conservative candidate Stewart Jackson who secured 22,343 votes.
Jackson had held the seat since 2005, but with a reduced majority since 2015.
Historically, Peterborough’s election results have shown fierce competition between the Labour and the Conservative parties, with nearly all victories riding on narrow margins.
The last time a Labour MP was elected in Peterborough was in 2001, when Helen Binton secured 45.1 per cent of the vote as opposed to the Conservatives’ 38 per cent.
Fiona Radic, 848 votes for the Green Party
Baki Sellick, 1,594 votes for the Liberal Democrats