Map shows Cambridgeshire election results in full as some seats change hands

The election results have been confirmed and you can now see how Cambridgeshire and the rest of the UK is looking with our interactive map. Keir Starmer's Labour achieved a majority, with a number of seats changing hands.

Across the county, Labour retained its seat in Cambridge, with Daniel Zeichner re-elected as MP. The party also gained Peterborough and North West Cambridgeshire from the Tories following recounts.

It was a good night for the Liberal Democrats as well, who won South Cambridgeshire, St Neots and Mid Cambridgeshire and Ely and East Cambridgeshire. The Conservatives have managed to hold onto their seats in North East Cambridgeshire and Huntingdon.

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The Conservative Party, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and The Green Party fielded candidates for MP in every constituency in Cambridgeshire. Reform UK put forward candidates in every area except Cambridge, whilst a number of smaller parties and Independent candidates put their names forward on ballot papers across the county.

All of the results across Cambridgeshire have now been declared. Our interactive map has been updated, showing exactly where has remained blue and which seats are now held by new parties.

You can view the results where you live in the map below: