UK results: Conservatives win majority

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Change +47 -59 +13 -1 -2 +2

Derbyshire North East

Parliamentary constituency



  1. Conservative
    Lee Rowley
    • Votes: 28,897
    • Vote share %: 58.7
    • Vote share change: +9.5
  2. Labour
    Chris Peace
    • Votes: 16,021
    • Vote share %: 32.6
    • Vote share change: -11.0
  3. Liberal Democrat
    Ross Shipman
    • Votes: 3,021
    • Vote share %: 6.1
    • Vote share change: +3.4
  4. Green
    Frank Adlington-Stringer
    • Votes: 1,278
    • Vote share %: 2.6
    • Vote share change: +1.2

Change compared with 2017


  • CON majority: 12,876
  • Registered voters: 72,360
  • % share:
  • Change since 2017: -1.9

Vote share

Party % share
Conservative 58.7%
Labour 32.6%
Liberal Democrat 6.1%
Green 2.6%

Vote share change since 2017

  • Conservative +9.5 Gained
  • Liberal Democrat +3.4 Gained
  • Green +1.2 Gained
  • Labour -11.0 Lost

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Derbyshire North East: Conservative hold

Lee Rowley has been re-elected as the MP for Derbyshire North East, with an increased majority.

The Conservative candidate beat Labour's Chris Peace by 12,876 votes, more than four times the majority at the 2017 election.

Ross Shipman of the Liberal Democrats came third and the Green Party's Frank Adlington-Stringer came fourth.

Voter turnout was down by 1.9 percentage points since the last general election.

More than 49,000 people, 68% of those eligible to vote, went to polling stations across the area on Thursday, in the first December general election since 1923.

One of the four candidates, Frank Adlington-Stringer (Green) lost his £500 deposit after failing to win 5% of the vote.

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BreakingNorth East Derbyshire retained by Conservatives

Gavin Bevis

BBC News

Lee Rowley has held North East Derbyshire for the Conservatives - quadrupling his majority to 12,876.

Lee Rowley

What are plans to invest in 'socially deprived' part of Derbyshire?

Amy Woodfield

BBC News

Julie Wilson from Stonebroom, Derbyshire, got in touch via Your Questions Answered to ask: "What investment are the parties going to put into North East Derbyshire as it's still a socially deprived area?"

We contacted all four candidates to ask them what their plans were.

Ballot box

Green Party candidate Frank Adlington-Stringer said "North East Derbyshire and the entire nation will receive billions of pounds in investment each year" under his party's plans.

He said £100bn will be spent each year for 10 years, "transforming the economy and jobs ready for a carbon-neutral future."

He added the Greens plan to scrap HS2 and use the money to invest in regional train lines.

Labour Party candidate Chris Peace said the party plans to "invest highly" in public services in North East Derbyshire.

She said Labour will create more public sector jobs, have a fully funded NHS and properly resource social care.

In addition to this she said there will be investment in youth services including a free bus pass for anyone under 25 years old and a £10 minimum wage.

HS2 sign
PA Media

Conservative Lee Rowley, who's been the area's MP since 2017, said: "Just in the last few weeks, we have been successful in that both Clay Cross and Staveley have secured town deals which could be worth up to £25m each to improve them further."

He said he has been helping to lead the Staveley bypass campaign and find a "proper solution" to reducing congestion on Derby Road.

"I am also fighting for further funds to upgrade the Royal Hospital at Calow," he added.

Janice Dyson

Liberal Democrat Ross Shipman said the constituency will benefit from the party's national spending plans.

These include a £500m investment in youth services, £35bn for the NHS and social care and a £27bn package for the education system.

He said: "The Liberal Democrats have a fully costed and achievable plan to help deliver real results across North East Derbyshire."

How can I find out more about my area's Labour candidate?

Gavin Bevis

BBC News

Roy Stringer, from Chesterfield, got in touch via Your Questions Answered to ask: "Labour has put up Chris Peace as MP for NE Derbyshire but election flyer gives no background. Where can I find out about her please?"

A good place to start would be here - the North East Derbyshire Labour website. It has a photo of Ms Peace and links out to her Facebook page.

North East Derbyshire candidates

But we wouldn't want to leave out the other candidates so go here to find out more about Green Party candidate Frank Adlington-Stringer.

Conservative candidate Lee Rowley has his own website and your portal to more information on Lib Dem candidate Ross Shipman can be found here.

Clay Cross sunrise
Mike Swain

Watch: Labour needs to 'engage' with ex-mining towns, says Corbyn

Calum McKenzie

BBC Local Live

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said his party needs to put forward a viable plan for jobs in former mining communities in the East Midlands.

The party lost Mansfield to the Conservatives at June's general election after holding it for 94 years and also lost North East Derbyshire to the Tories.

Mr Corbyn added that in order to win back these seats the party needed to be "fully engaged" with communities there.

Rosie Winterton elected as deputy speaker

Kevin Larkin

Doncaster Reporter, BBC Radio Sheffield

The Doncaster Central MP Rosie Winterton has been elected as one of three Deputy Speakers in the House of Commons.

The job involves chairing debates in Parliament when the main Speaker John Bercow is on other business.

The position became vacant because one of the former deputy speakers, Natascha Engle from North East Derbyshire, lost her seat at the general election.

Rosie Winterton MP
Labour Party

As part of their role, deputy speakers can't take part in votes and have to remain impartial.

Bercow pays tribute to beaten North East Derbyshire MP

Tony Roe

BBC East Midlands political editor

Commons speaker John Bercow has paid tribute to former deputy speaker Natascha Engel, who lost her seat at this month's general election.

Natascha Engel

Ms Engel, who had been a deputy speaker since 2015, was ousted by almost 3,000 votes by the Conservatives' Lee Rowley in North East Derbyshire.

Ms Engel was replaced as a deputy speaker by Labour's Dame Rosie Winterton.

'Leavers' vote Tory in General Election

Chris Doidge

BBC Radio Derby, political reporter

Not totally surprising but Derbyshire constituencies which voted most strongly to Leave in 2016 tended to see bigger increases in Conservative vote share last week...