General election 2019: Your questions about the South East

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The seat in Brighton Pavilion was one of 44 being contested across Kent, Surrey and Sussex

Voters across the South East have spoken and the Conservative party has won the 2019 election with a majority.

The political landscape in the South East remained largely the same but the Liberal Democrats lost their seat in Eastbourne to the Conservatives.

Labour's Rosie Duffield increased her majority in Canterbury.

Fifty-three per cent voted to leave the EU across Surrey, Sussex and Kent in 2016 and Boris Johnson will now work to ensure Brexit is completed by the end of next month.

BBC South East political editor Lauren Moss was at the count in Canterbury but she wants to hear questions from you about what the future holds now the election is over.

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