UK results
Party Conservative Labour Scottish National Party Liberal Democrat Democratic Unionist Party Others
Seats 318 262 35 12 10 13
Change −13 +30 −21 +4 +2 −2
UK Results

After 650 of 650 seats


Parliamentary constituency


General Election 2017 results
Party Votes % Net percentage change in seats



Fiona Onasanya Votes 22,950 header_vote_share 48.1 Net percentage change in seats +12.5



Stewart Jackson Votes 22,343 header_vote_share 46.8 Net percentage change in seats +7.1


Liberal Democrat

Beki Sellick Votes 1,597 header_vote_share 3.3 Net percentage change in seats -0.4


Green Party

Fiona Radic Votes 848 header_vote_share 1.8 Net percentage change in seats -0.8

Turnout and LAB majority

LAB majority




Vote share

Party %
Labour 48.1
Conservative 46.8
Liberal Democrat 3.3
Green Party 1.8

Vote share change since 2015

Liberal Democrat
Green Party

Latest updates

Travel: Broken down train closes line

Dave Wade

BBC News

The 09:35 Virgin Trains East Coast service from London Kings Cross to Leeds, has broken down near Stoke Tunnel, disrupting East Midlands Trains services on the Norwich-Nottingham-Liverpool Lime Street route.

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The line towards Grantham from Peterborough is closed, meaning some services will be cancelled, revised or diverted via Oakham.

London-Hull train service cancelled after fuel leak

Here's the latest on the Hull Trains service which has been affected by a fuel leak on the East Coast Mainline between Peterborough and Grantham:

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Jury goes out in 'suicide pact' trial of Peterborough woman

Nic Rigby

BBC News

The jury has gone out in the trial of a woman accused of leaving a postman to die after entering a suicide pact.

Natasha Gordon

Natasha Gordon, 44, denies encouraging or assisting in the death of Matthew Birkinshaw, who was found dead in his car at Rutland Water in December 2015.

Ms Gordon, of Paston, Peterborough, earlier told the jury at Leicester Crown Court Mr Birkinshaw "wanted to die".

"If you're suicidal, you're suicidal. That doesn't change," she added.

Major road repair programme for Cambridgeshire

Orla Moore

BBC Local Live

We might be well into murky, damp winter, but work is about to begin to repair roads in Cambridgeshire damaged by the summer heat.

More than 40 miles of roads across the county will be repaired from next month - at a cost of £6.25m.


It includes 10 sections of road in Peterborough - and 21 in Cambridgeshire.

The work will continue in stages until next June.

A council spokesman said: "It will mean a long-term approach to the maintenance of these roads and will mean all work can be carried out in one go, preventing the need for repeated costly repairs and extra disruption for drivers."

For a full list of the roads - and when work will start - click here.

LAMMA show to leave Peterborough for Birmingham from 2019

The UK's largest agricultural event is to leave Peterborough.

The annual two-day farm machinery show - called LAMMA - has been held at the East of England Showground since 2014, and this year attracted over 40,000 visitors.

But the organisers have announced it will move to the National Exhibtion Centre (NEC) in Birmingham in 2019.

They say the last one in Peterborough, to held between 17-18 January will be the largest yet, with 900 exhibitors.

Peterborough Showground
The East of England Showground has hosted the event since 2014

Plans for new homes near Peterborough scaled back

Hannah Olsson

BBC Radio Cambridgeshire political reporter

Proposals to build a new settlement near the A47 just outside of Castor as part of the Peterborough Local Plan have been dropped.

After considering new guidance from the government, the Local Plan housing target has been reduced by nearly 2,000 to just over 21,000 new homes by 2036.

There was a great deal of opposition to the plan with people saying it was going to ruin their local villages and that it wasn't in the right place - the council said they were going to look again because there had been a change in government policy.

In effect - the government said the council didn't need to build as many houses as originally though.

In a statement the authority said: "It would no longer be appropriate to take forward the proposed new settlement to the north of the A47 close to Castor and Ailsworth."

Missing teen from Spalding

A 16-year-old girl from Spalding has gone missing.

Chloe Smith (pictured) is white, 5"5 tall with straight black hair.

Police say she may have travelled to the Birmingham or Peterborough areas.

If you've seen Chloe, contact the police.

Lincolnshire Police

Bus replacements for train services

Harry Parkhill

BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

There will be buses to replace train journeys affected by works on Lincolnshire's railways this weekend.

Work on a railway bridge between Spalding and Sleaford and on the Lincoln Eastern Bypass will disrupt journeys:

  • On Saturday 21, October, Sunday, 22 October and Monday, 23 October there will be a rail replacement service between Spalding, Sleaford and Lincoln. Trains will operate between Peterborough and Spalding.
  • On Tuesday, 24 October, trains between Lincoln and Peterborough will operate between Lincoln and Sleaford only. A rail replacement service will operate between Sleaford, Spalding and Peterborough.

This is crucial work and investment to improve the railway in Lincolnshire. We have worked with Network Rail to ensure that disruption for our customers is kept to a minimum

Rob MercerArea Station Manager - East Midlands Trains

PM tells local activists 'make case for capitalism'

Andrew Sinclair

BBC Look East political correspondent

The Prime Minister has told Conservative party members from the region to stand up to Labour and fight "a battle of ideas".

"It's a battle we thought we'd won, but we have to make the argument for capitalism again," she told the east of England reception at her party's conference in Manchester.

Theresa May said there was a new generation of voters who'd grown up during austerity who felt the market hadn't worked for them. She said the Conservatives needed to spread the message of opportunity and aspiration adding "but we must also recognise the concerns of a generation who fear they'll be worse off than their parents".

The party, which is still reeling from failing to win the general election outright and losing Ipswich, Peterborough and Bedford to Labour in this year's general election, is talking a lot about reaching out to younger voters.

It has already announced plans to freeze tuition fees and extend the "help to buy" scheme for homes.

Mrs May congratulated party activists for "a very impressive performance" in this year's local elections.

In a brief reference to the general election she said she was "sorry to have lost some good colleagues".

Prime Minister arrives at the east of England reception in Manchester
Theresa May is greeted by local party supporters in Manchester