- 23,637 total votes taken.
- 46.4% share of the total vote
- +8.0% change in share of the votes
- 19,136 total votes taken.
- 37.6% share of the total vote
- +2.5% change in share of the votes
- 4,689 total votes taken.
- 9.2% share of the total vote
- +6.7% change in share of the votes
- 1,926 total votes taken.
- 3.8% share of the total vote
- -17.0% change in share of the votes
- 1,539 total votes taken.
- 3.0% share of the total vote
- +3.0% change in share of the votes
Change compared with 2010
Latest updates Pudsey
BBC Local Live
Stuart Andrew holds Pudsey for the Conservatives with a majority of 4,501.
Declaration times for Leeds
Political editor, BBC Yorkshire
We are now being told none of the eight seats in Leeds will declare before 05:00 BST.
Political duo Len Tingle and Louise Martin have set up camp at the Leeds count, where they are waiting for some hotly anticipated results.
Politics Reporter, BBC Radio Leeds
Just spoke to one Lib Dem here in Leeds. He said: "I think we've lost our deposit here."
Eight seats up for grabs
BBC Local Live
There are tables as far as the eye can see at the First Direct Arena in Leeds tonight.
There are eight seats being counted in the city tonight, including Elmet & Rothwell, Leeds Central, Leeds East, Leeds North East, Leeds North West, Leeds West, Morley & Outwood and Pudsey.
We are expecting a rush of results between 04:00 and 05:00 BST.
Hour-long queues at polling stationsstandard
There were long queues in Pudsey, a key Labour target where the Conservatives hold a slim 1,659 majority.
BBC Look North's Joe Inwood reported that one polling station had up to a 55-minute wait.
Leeds City Council sent emergency teams to assist just before polls closed.
This largely prosperous West Yorkshire seat covers many towns and villages between the cities of Leeds and Bradford. It is home to lots of commuters but Pudsey, a market town, also has a strong retail sector which provides many local jobs. Guiseley was home to the first Harry Ramsden fish shop while Yeadon has one dating back to the 1870s. Engineering and textiles are among local industries while Leeds Bradford Airport, just outside the constituency, also provides jobs.
This seat is home to lots of homeowners and full time workers. About 80% of households have at least one car and unemployment is below average, according to the 2011 Census. It has more residents in professional, technical and administrative jobs than average.
Labour took the seat from the Conservatives during their 1997 landslide. In 2010, Conservative Stuart Andrew won it back by 1,659 votes.