Election Results Around Peterborough
The whole area has stayed Conservative but here are the detailed results for each of the 5 seats around Peterborough....
Peterborough - Conservative Hold - 4861 majority
Stewart Jackson - 18,133
Mr Jackson first won the seat from Labour in 2005. Previously he held a 2730 majority. After the win he paid tribute to his wife as his biggest supporter as well as thanking local party supporters, election officials and police.
Ed Murphy (LAB) - 13,272
Nick Sandford (LD) - 8,816
Frances Fox (UKIP) - 3,007
Rob King (Eng Dem) - 770
Fiona Radic (Green) - 523
Jon Swallow (Ind) - 406
North West Cambridgeshire - Conservative Hold - 16,667 majority
Shailesh Vara - 29,425
Mr Vara has been in the seat since 2005, previously his majority was 9,833. After the win he thanked supporters and officials, and promised that no matter who did or didn't vote for him, he would work hard to represent the interests of his constituents.
Kevin Wilkins (LD) - 12,748
Chris York (Lab) - 9,877
Labour's vote in 2005 was 12,671.
Robert Brown (UKIP) - 4,826
Mr Brown has made significant progress since he stood in 2005, gaining 2,685 votes at the time.
Stephen Goldspink (Eng Dem) - 1,407
North East Cambridgeshire - Conservative Hold - 16,425
Stephen Barclay - 26,862
Mr Barklay takes over from Malcom Moss who has stood down as MP at the age of 65 after being in the seat since 1987. He has increased the Conservative majority from 8,901 in 2005.
Lorna Spenceley (LD) - 10,437
In 2005, the Lib Dems came 3rd with 8,693.
Peter Roberts (Lab) - 9,274
Labour have lost a lot of ground this time round. In 2005 they came 2nd with 15,280.
Robin Talbot (UKIP) - 2,991
Susan Clapp (BNP) - 1,747
Debra Jordan (Ind) - 566
Graham Murphy (Eng Dem) - 387
South Holland and the Deepings - Conservative Hold - 21,880 majority
John Hayes - 29,639
Mr Hayes has held the seat since 1997, and his majority has increased from 15,780 in 2005.
Jennifer Conroy (LD) - 7,759
Gareth Gould (Lab) - 7,024
Labour's popularity has decreased in South Holland. In 2005 they placed second with 11,764 votes.
Richard Fairman (UKIP) - 3,246
UKIP have made gains here, at the previous election they got 1,950.
Roy Harban (BNP) - 1,796
Ashley Baxter (Green) - 724
Grantham and Stanford - Conservative Hold - 14,826 majority
Nicholas Boles - 26,552
Mr Boles takes over from Quentin Davies who was voted in as a Tory in 1997 but controversially crossed the floor and joined the Labour Party in 2007 after David Cameron was voted in as party leader. He became active in Labour's defence procurement programme - supplying soldiers with things like body armour and helicopters. he fell from favour with voters after claiming £20,000 of taxpayers money on expensive to fix the roof of his BELL TOWER, and following this, decided to step down. Mr Boles has increased the Conservative majority from 7,445 in 2005.
Harrish Bisnauthsing (LD) - 11,726
The Lib Dems have done much better this time - They came 3rd with 7,838 in 2005.
Mark Bartlett (Lab) - 9,503
Labour have lost thousands of voters in this election and dropped a place in the rankings. In 2005 they had 14,664 votes.
Christopher Robinson (BNP) - 2,485
Tony Wells (UKIP) - 1,604
Mark Horn (Lincs Inds) - 929