The Conservatives held on to all the seats in Herefordshire and Worcestershire, polling more votes, but not increasing their majority in all seats.
Hereford and South Herefordshire: Jesse Norman
saw his majority decrease by almost 2,000 to 15,013
North Herefordshire: Bill Wiggin increased his majority to 21,602
Bromsgrove: Sajid Javid saw his majority increase
by 44 votes to 16,573
Mid Worcestershire: Nigel Huddleston increased his
majority by around 3,000 to 23,326
Redditch: new MP Rachel Maclean increased the
Conservative majority by around 300 votes to 7,363
West Worcestershire: Harriett Baldwin’s majority
decreased slightly, to 21,328
Worcester: Robin Walker saw his majority more than
halved to 2,490
Wyre Forest: Mark Garnier saw his majority increase to
All blue in Herefordshire and Worcestershire
Political reporter, BBC Hereford & Worcester
It’s all blue once again for Herefordshire and Worcestershire, with seven of our eight Tory MPs holding on to their seats and Rachel Maclean becoming the new Conservative MP for Redditch with a majority of 7,363.
The closest constituency was Worcester, where Brexit Minister Robin Walker saw his majority more than halved to 2,490. Here as elsewhere Labour and the Conservatives gained votes from UKIP, who saw their vote collapse.
Perhaps the real story of the night has been the return to two party politics, with voters deserting the smaller parties and returning to Labour and the Conservatives.
Elsewhere, other Conservative MPs increased their majorities, including Mark Garnier in the Wyre Forest, Nigel Huddleston in Mid Worcestershire and Local Government Secretary Sajid Javid in Bromsgrove.
Bromsgrove: Conservative hold
BreakingBromsgrove: Sajid Javid holds Bromsgrove for Conservatives
The Communities and Local Government Secretary Sajid Javid had held onto Bromsgrove for the Conservatives.
General election: Bromsgrove candidates
Here's the list of those competing to be named the next MP for Bromsgrove on 8 June:
- Spoz Esposito (Greens)
- Sajid Javid (Conservatives)
- Neil Lewis (Liberal Democrats)
- Michael Thompson (Labour)
The deadline to register to vote in the general election is 22 May.
Postal and proxy votes can be requested online until 23 May.