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|Party||Votes||%||Net percentage change in seats|
|Sarah Wollaston||Votes 26,972||header_vote_share 53.7||Net percentage change in seats +0.7|
|Gerrie Messer||Votes 13,495||header_vote_share 26.8||Net percentage change in seats +14.1|
|Julian Brazil||Votes 6,466||header_vote_share 12.9||Net percentage change in seats +3.0|
|Jacqi Hodgson||Votes 2,097||header_vote_share 4.2||Net percentage change in seats -6.1|
|Steven Harvey||Votes 1,240||header_vote_share 2.5||Net percentage change in seats -11.7|
Change compared with 2015
Turnout and CON majority
Parts of the national press are being blamed for some MPs getting abuse over Brexit.
A number of Conservatives have called in the police after receiving threatening emails and tweets for leading a rebellion against their party last week.
The MPs were described as "mutineers" in the Daily Telegraph and "traitors" in the Daily Mail. Among them was the MP for Totnes, Sarah Wollaston.
She told the House of Commons that she advised her staff to work from home and not in her constituency office as a result.
She said: "When you listen to this stuff... it is truly shocking and unacceptable."
There have been calls for Totnes MP Sarah Wollaston to be deselected as the town's Conservative MP after she joined a rebellion to defeat Prime Minister Theresa May over Brexit in the Commons last night.
BBC Radio Devon
The Conservative MP for Totnes says she wasn't trying to obstruct Brexit by voting against the EU Withdrawal Bill in the Commons last night.
Dr Sarah Wollaston was one of 11 Tory MPs who backed a Labour amendment to the bill, calling for MPs to be given a vote before any deal is implemented.
The backbench revolt resulted in Prime Minister Theresa May suffering her first Commons defeat by just four votes - 309 to 305.
"It's not about obstructing Brexit at all," Dr Wollaston said.
"It was just to put in place the thing we all voted for, which was to bring back control to parliament."
The MP said she was not voting to "overturn the will of the people", but against a clause - Clause 9 - which gave a government minister the authority to take the UK out of Europe just by putting through a regulation rather than an act of parliament and "with almost no scrutiny".
"It's the duty of parliamentarians to look at these bills line by line and say 'we'd either like you to remove that bit, or amend it,'" she said.
In a tweet after the vote, the MP said she was "proud to #TakeBackControl".
BBC News Online
Totnes MP, Dr Sarah Wollaston, was one of 11 Conservative members who voted against her government last night by backing an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill.
The backbench revolt resulted in Theresa May suffering her first Commons defeat as prime minister by just four votes, as MPs backed a Labour amendment - calling for MPs to be given a vote before any final Brexit deal is implemented - by 309 to 305.
BBC News Health Editor
Ninety MPs have signed a letter calling on the prime minister to set up a cross-party convention on the future of the NHS and social care in England.
They say a non-partisan debate is needed to deliver a "sustainable settlement".
The letter to Theresa May and Chancellor Philip Hammond said patients were being "failed" by the system.
One-third of the MPs who have signed the letter are Conservative, including Totnes MP Sarah Wollaston, who is also chair of the health select committee.
The letter said: "The need for action is greater now than ever.".
A government spokesperson said it was "committed" to making the sector sustainable.
The government had already provided an additional £2bn to social care over the next three years, the spokesperson added.
The Daily Politics
A trial aimed at easing the waiting time for hospital beds by paying local residents to put patients up in their homes is not being backed by the chairwoman of the health select committee.
An Essex NHS Trust is proposing a scheme, dubbed Care BnB, where residents with spare rooms host patients recuperating from hospital for a nightly fee.
Dr Sarah Wollaston said: "This is just random members of the public being asked if they'd like to make some extra money."
The Conservative MP for Totnes was also asked about the cost and ethics of treating those who are obese or smoke.
Sarah Wollaston, the Conservative MP for Totnes, says Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson should apologise "unequivocally" about comments he made on the war-torn Libyan city of Sirte.
He said if the dead bodies were cleared away, Sirte could become the "next Dubai".
In an interview on BBC Radio Four's Today programme, Dr Wollaston said the foreign secretary's comments were both crass and poorly judged and he should consider his position.
BBC Radio Devon
Two local MPs have kept their place as chairs of parliamentary select committees.
Neil Parish, Conservative member for Tiverton and Honiton, stays on the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
Totnes Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston is to continue as chair of the Health Select Committee.
Conservative MP for Plymouth Moor View Johnny Mercer was unsuccessful in his bid to become chair of the Defence Select Committee.
BBC Radio Devon
Conservative MP for Totnes Sarah Wollaston says Theresa May's special advisers should be sacked for policy announcement mistakes.
"The two turning points for me seemed to be around the announcements about fox hunting but then massively around social care," she said.
"That was a very major turning point I felt in the whole campaign.
"Because Labour did not expect to win they were able to offer everything to everyone."
With just one declaration outstanding, the Conservatives are eight seats short of this majority, with 318 MPs.
- 24,941 total votes taken.
- 53.0% share of the total vote
- +7.1% change in share of the votes
- 6,656 total votes taken.
- 14.1% share of the total vote
- +8.1% change in share of the votes
- 5,988 total votes taken.
- 12.7% share of the total vote
- +5.3% change in share of the votes
- 4,845 total votes taken.
- 10.3% share of the total vote
- +7.8% change in share of the votes
- 4,667 total votes taken.
- 9.9% share of the total vote
- -25.7% change in share of the votes
Change compared with 2010