Results map for general election 2024 shows seats won across UK

Millions of people have cast their vote in the general election 2024. Polling stations closed at 10pm on Thursday with counts taking place in all 650 UK constituencies overnight.

The first results were expected shortly after midnight on Friday with enough results declared by 4am to know which party is on course to win the election and by what margin.

In order to form a majority government in the House of Commons a party needs to have 50 per cent of seats plus one more as a bare minimum - so in the case of this election that number would be 326.

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This 2024 general election took place using new constituency boundaries following a review by the boundary commissions of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It means that had of the election a number of new constituencies were created, boundaries were changed, and 211 out of the 650 seats were renamed.

You can see the latest results in the map below. Constituencieswill change colour, depending on which party has won, once results are declared. All results are expected to have been announced by mid-morning.

A general election typically takes place every four to five years with the last in December 2019. This year's election was called by Rishi Sunak on May 22.