Labour makes gains across the North West as a Tory MP says his party "torpedoed our own campaign".Read more
Political Editor, BBC North West
|Party||Votes||%||Net percentage change in seats|
|Faisal Rashid||Votes 29,994||header_vote_share 48.4||Net percentage change in seats +9.3|
|David Mowat||Votes 27,445||header_vote_share 44.3||Net percentage change in seats +0.6|
|Bob Barr||Votes 3,339||header_vote_share 5.4||Net percentage change in seats -0.2|
|John Boulton||Votes 1,217||header_vote_share 2.0||Net percentage change in seats +2.0|
Change compared with 2015
MP Faisal Rashid says he will prioritise education, housing and hospitals.
Well after all that, very few seats have changed hands here in the North West of England.
The biggest changes came in Cheshire where Labour gained two seats, taking Warrington South and Weaver Vale from the Conservatives.
In Greater Manchester they also took the highly marginal Bury North from the Tories.
Over in Merseyside the Lib Dems lost their only seat when Southport turned Tory blue.
And it's a case of "as you were" across the whole of Lancashire.
Labour's Faisal Rashid seems to have been watching too much Match Of The Day, judging by his post-victory interview in Warrington South.
"I'm over the moon - we used to have this seat for 18 years and we have won it back," he said.
Was his Tory opponent as "sick as a parrot", I wonder?
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Change compared with 2010