Tory minister set to lose Devon seat as exit poll predicts results in every constituency

Minister for Veterans' Affairs Johnny Mercer attends the UK's national commemorative event for the 80th anniversary of D-Day, hosted by the Ministry of Defence on Southsea Common in Portsmouth
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Predictions have been revealed for each of the 13 Devon constituencies following the results of the General Election exit poll. Votes are being counted across Devon with declarations expected between 2am and 6am.

One of the biggest dramas could unfold in Plymouth where Tory Veterans Minister Johnny Mercer is expected to lose his seat, according to the poll. It's predicted that he will be beaten by Labour's Fred Thomas. Follow live updates on the results on that seat - which can be expected at 3.30am - on PlymouthLive.

The poll is also predicting that North Devon's Tory Selaine Saxby will lose her seat to the Lib Dem's Ian Roome. Meanwhile, Torbay's Conservative Kevin Foster is expected to be beaten by Lib Dem Steve Darling.

Here's what the exit poll predicts for Devon:

  • Exeter - Labour hold

  • North Devon - Lib Dem gain

  • Torbay - Lib Dem gain

  • Newton Abbot - too close to call, between Tories and Lib Dems

  • South Devon - too close to call, between Tories and Lib Dems

  • Central Devon - too close to call, between Tories and Labour

  • Tiverton and Minehead - Tory hold

  • Exmouth and Exeter East - Tory hold

  • Honiton and Sidmouth - Tory hold

  • Torridge and Tavistock - Tory hold

  • Plymouth Moor View - Labour gain

  • Plymouth Sutton and Devonport - Labour hold

  • South West Devon - Tory hold.

Stay tuned as we will bring you the official results as they are announced here with our live blog.