What time Devon voters will know who their new MP is

Devon voters keen to know which party has won in their constituency will need to stay up through the night to find out who their new MP is.

The county heads to the polls on Thursday with the rest of the nation, and once polling stations close at 10pm, local councils kick into gear to get all the votes counted.

All of Devon’s district and unitary councils will be conducting election counts, with some authorities overseeing multiple constituencies.

Most have estimated what time they expect to complete their respective counts by. However that can change because of the size of turnout and any requests for recounts.

Here are the estimated declaration times:

Plymouth Sutton and Devonport - estimated declaration time 3.30am Plymouth Moor View - estimated declaration time 3.30am South West Devon - estimated declaration time 5am Central Devon - estimated declaration time 4am Torridge and Tavistock (previously Torridge and West Devon seat and now with a slight boundary change) - estimated declaration time 6am North Devon - estimated declaration time 4am Exeter - estimated declaration time 3.30am Newton Abbot - estimated declaration time 3.30am Torbay - estimated declaration time 2am Devon South (replacing the Totnes seat) - estimated declaration time 3.30am Exmouth and Exeter East - estimated declaration time 5am Honiton and Sidmouth - estimated declaration time 5am Tiverton and Minehead - estimated declaration time 5am

Devon has witnessed several boundary changes ahead of this election, making it difficult to know exactly when constituency counts will be completed. The times above are merely estimations.

Tiverton and Minehead, Honiton and Sidmouth, Exmouth and Exeter East, South Devon and Torridge and Tavistock are new constituencies.

DevonLive will be bringing you live coverage of the election results. Follow our blog - which goes live at 10pm tonight - here.