Labour's Rachel Reeves, who has retained her Leeds West seat in the general election by a margin of 10,564 votes, says the Labour Party needs to win back people's trust.
The Conservatives have taken four seats from Labour in West Yorkshire: Colne Valley, Dewsbury, Keighley and Wakefield.
Ms Reeves, who has served as the MP for Leeds West since 2010, said: "We, with humility and respect, need to learn lessons.
"If we don't, we are letting down the most vulnerable people in our society. We are allowing our public services to continue going unfunded and we are allowing a Tory hard Brexit."