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2015 election results MAP: How the Conservatives won the last election
David Cameron’s Conservatives won a total of 331 seats to secure a 12-seat majority, while Ed Miliband’s Labour won just 232 seats during the last election in 2015.
Mr Cameron’s successor Theresa May called the snap election next week in the hope of securing a much bigger majority in order to strengthen her hand as she enters Brexit talks.
Her Labour rival Jeremy Corbyn still hopes to win over the British people by moving the Labour Party even further to the left than Mr Miliband did.
The map below shows that the Conservatives managed to win a majority of seats in England while the SNP won a landslide victory in Scotland.
2015 election results map: How the Conservatives won the last election
The Conservatives beat Labour by 79 to four in the South East, 51 to four in the South West, 32 to 14 in the East Midlands, 34 to 25 in the West Midlands and 52 to four in the East region.
Labour won 26 seats in the North East, compared to just three Tory wins, and 51 seats in the North West where the Conservatives won 22 seats.
But it was closer in Yorkshire and the Humber where Labour won 33 and the Tories won 19. The Labour managed to win 45 seats in London, beating the Conservatives who won 27 seats in the capital.
In Scotland, the SNP virtually wiped out Labour who lost 40 seats and held on to just one. The Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats won one seat each in Scotland in 2015.
The map of Wales below shows that Labour won 25 seats, while the Tories took 11 seats. Plaid Cymru won three seats and the Liberal Democrats took just one.
2015 election results in Wales: How Labour won the most seats in Wales in 2015
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Out of a total of 18 seats on offer in Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) won eight seats and Sinn Fein won four seats in the 2015 election.
Turnout was 66.2 per cent in 2015. The Electoral Commission table below shows a breakdown the vote for the main parties in 2015.
2015 election results: Breakdown of results in the last election
For results in your area, visit the Electoral Commission website.