LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservatives have made a net gain of 47 seats in Britain’s national election with just two seats left to declare.
Here is a list of the Conservative party’s gains and losses.
CONSERVATIVE GAINS: 57
Blyth Valley, Darlington, Peterborough, Wrexham, Vale of Clwyd, Workington, Leigh, Stockton South, Clwyd South, Blackpool South, Scunthorpe, Redcar, Burnley, Ipswich, West Bromwich West, Hyndburn, Ynys Mon, Bishop Auckland, Wolverhampton South West, Gedling, West Bromwich East, High Peak, Barrow and Furness, Stroud, Bridgend, Wolverhampton North East, Heywood & Middleton, Rother Valley, Delyn, Don Valley, Sedgefield, Great Grimsby, Bassetlaw, Wakefield, Dudley North, Bury South, Penistone and Stocksbridge, Bolton North East, Lincoln, Durham North West, Ashfield, Birmingham Northfield, Kensington, Crewe & Nantwich, Warrington South, Stoke-on-Trent Central, Stoke-on-Trent North, Derby North, Bolsover, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Keighley, Bury North, Dewsbury, Colne Valley.
From Lib Dems:
Carshalton & Wallington
CONSERVATIVE LOSSES: 10
Ochil & South Perthshire
Ayr, Carrick & Cumnock
To Lib Dems:
Other seats changing hands (excluding N Ireland):
SNP gain from Labour:
Rutherglen & Hamilton West
Coatbridge, Chryston & Bellshill
Glasgow North East
Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath
SNP gain from Lib Dem
Lib Dem gain from SNP
North East Fife
Reporting by Alistair Smout; editing by Guy Faulconbridge
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