Cornwall election results to see Tories lose at least five seats, exit poll predicts

Cornwall is expected to see three Conservative candidates lose their seats as MPs to Labour and two unseated by Liberal Democrats, according to the election exit poll. It comes as Sir Keir Starmer is on course for Downing Street as voter polls indicated his Labour Party will sweep to power in a landslide victory.

In Cornwall, the poll predicts that St Austell and Newquay, Truro and Falmouth and Camborne and Redruth are set to be Labour wins. This would mean that Jayne Kirkham will become the next Truro and Falmouth MP, taking the seat from Conservative Cherilyn Mackrory.

Labour's Noah Law would beat Tory Steve Double for the St Austell and Newquay seat, while Camborne and Redruth, which was wide open after Conservative ex-environment minister George Eustice stepped down, is expected to see Labour's Perran Moon defeat Tory Connor Donnithorne and Liberal Democrat Thalia Marrington.


Cornwall election results 2024 as they happen

The exit poll predicts Labour landslide victory

North Cornwall and St Ives are expected to be taken from the Conservatives by the Liberal Democrats. Lib Dem's Ben Maguire is predicted to unseat Scott Mann, the Tory who has served as the North Cornwall MP since he beat Lib Dem Dan Rogerson in 2015.

Meanwhile, the St Ives seat is predicted to return to Lib Dem Andrew George, who has been fought to take back the seat from the Conservatives at every election since he was defeated by Derek Thomas in 2015.

The only seat which is expected to remain Conservative is that of Sheryll Murray in South East Cornwall, but the exit poll says it's too close to call. Ms Murray has held the seat since 2010.

See all results and updates for Cornwall and nationally in our live blog here.