List of MPs elected in the 2017 United Kingdom general election

In the United Kingdom's 2017 general election, 650 Members of Parliament (MPs) were elected to the House of Commons – one for each parliamentary constituency. A record number of women (208) were elected as MPs.[1]

Fifty-seventh Parliament of the United Kingdom
56th Parliament 58th Parliament
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Legislative bodyParliament of the United Kingdom
Meeting placePalace of Westminster
Term21 June 2017 – 6 November 2019
Election2017 United Kingdom general election
GovernmentFirst Johnson ministry
from 24 July 2019
Second May ministry – until 24 July 2019
House of Commons
SpeakerJohn Bercow
until 4 November 2019
Sir Lindsay Hoyle
from 4 November 2019
LeaderAndrea Leadsom
until 22 May 2019
Mel Stride
from 23 May 2019
Jacob Rees-Mogg
from 24 July 2019
Prime MinisterTheresa May (Conservative Party)
until 24 July 2019
Boris Johnson (Conservative Party)
from 24 July 2019
Leader of the OppositionJeremy Corbyn (Labour Party)
Third-party leaderIan Blackford (Scottish National Party)
House of Lords
Lord SpeakerThe Lord Fowler
LeaderThe Baroness Evans of Bowes Park
Leader of the OppositionThe Baroness Smith of Basildon
Queen Elizabeth II
1st21 June 2017 – 8 October 2019
2nd14 October – 6 November 2019

Parliament consists of the House of Lords and the elected House of Commons.[2] The State Opening of Parliament at the Palace of Westminster by Queen Elizabeth II was on 21 June 2017. The subsequent parliamentary session was the longest since the formation of the United Kingdom in 1707, and the longest to sit at Westminster since the Long Parliament in the 17th century.[3] The second and last parliamentary session however was the shortest since October 1948,[4] lasting less than a month, from 14 October 2019 until Parliament dissolved at 00:01 on 6 November 2019.[5]

Notable newcomers to enter the House of Commons in this General Election included future Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Anneliese Dodds and future Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities Marsha de Cordova.

The Parliament was marked by extraordinary political turmoil as Governments led by Theresa May and Boris Johnson were unable to win a series of important votes on the issue of Brexit. This left both Parliament and the Government in a prolonged state of deadlock and unable to move forward on the issue. Consequently, there was an unusually high number of defections and suspensions, including the suspension of 21 Conservative MPs in September 2019; 10 of those suspended MPs re-joined the Conservative Party in October 2019. The Parliament was dissolved after MPs passed the Early Parliamentary General Election Act 2019, which bypassed the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 to bring the next election forward to December 2019 from its original scheduled May 2022 date.

House of Commons compositionEdit

Below are graphical representations of the House of Commons showing party strengths directly after the 2017 general election, at important intermediate points, and immediately prior to dissolution. This is not an actual seating plan of the House, which has only five rows of benches on each side, with the government party to the right of the Speaker of the House of Commons and opposition parties to the left, but with room for only around two-thirds of MPs to sit at any one time.

This table shows the number of MPs in each party:

Affiliation Members[6]
At 2017 election At dissolution Change
  The Speaker 1 1  
Registered parliamentary parties
Conservative Gov 317 298   19
Labour Opp 262 242   20
SNP 35 35  
Liberal Democrats 12 20   8
DUP C&S 10 10  
Sinn Féin 7 7  
Change UK N/A 5   5
Plaid Cymru 4 4  
Green 1 1  
Independent 1 21   20
The Independents N/A 2   2
  BSJP N/A 1   1
  Suspended N/A 1   1
  Vacant N/A 2   2
Total 650  
Voting total 639 637   2
Safe majority 320 319   1
Gov short by 4 22   18
Gov + C&S total 326 307   19
Gov + C&S majority 13 -23   36
  • For full details of changes during the 57th Parliament, see Defections and suspensions and By-elections.
  • Labour, as the largest party not in government, took the role of Official Opposition (OO). The Co-operative Party was represented in the House of Commons by Labour MPs sitting with the Labour and Co-operative designation.[7]
  • "Members elected" refers to the composition resulting from the election on 8 June 2017, but note that the confidence and supply arrangement (C&S) was only reached on 26 June.
  • The "voting total" is the effective size of the House excluding vacancies, suspensions, and certain members (ten at dissolution): the Speaker, two (usually three) Deputy Speakers (one Labour and one Conservative) who had only a tie-breaking vote constrained by conventions,[8] and seven abstentionist members (Sinn Féin). This left relevant party voting totals as follows: Con 297, Lab 241, SF 0, Speaker 0.
  • The "safe majority" (the number of seats needed to have a majority of one or two), "Gov short by" (the margin by which the governing Conservatives are short of that majority), and "Gov + C&S total" are based on the voting totals. The government entered into a confidence and supply agreement to secure a small majority, which shrank due to defections, finally disappearing on 3 September 2019. Hence, the "Gov + C&S majority", calculated as the sum of voting Conservative and Democratic Unionist Party members, less the sum of all other voting members, was negative at dissolution.

List of MPs elected in the general electionEdit

The following table is a list of MPs elected, ordered by constituency. Names of incumbents are listed where they stood for re-election; for details of other defeated candidates and the incumbent who stood down in those cases see individual constituency articles.

Constituency Party of incumbent
before election
Member returned (2017)[9] Party Notes Job before elected as MP
Aberavon Labour  
Stephen Kinnock
Labour Seat held Managing Director of the Global Leadership and Technology Exchange for Xynteo & Spouse of the Prime Minister of Denmark
Aberconwy Conservative  
Guto Bebb
Conservative Seat held Business Development Director of Innovas Wales
Aberdeen North Scottish National  
Kirsty Blackman
Scottish National Seat held Teacher
Aberdeen South Scottish National  
Ross Thomson
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Callum McCaig Member of the Scottish Parliament for North East Scotland & Store trainer for Debenhams
Airdrie and Shotts Scottish National  
Neil Gray
Scottish National Seat held Radio Producer for BBC Radio Orkney
Aldershot Conservative  
Leo Docherty
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Sir Gerald Howarth stood down Director of the Conservative Middle East Council & Army Officer
Aldridge-Brownhills Conservative  
Wendy Morton
Conservative Seat held Businesswoman
Altrincham and Sale West Conservative  
Graham Brady
Conservative Seat held Director of Public Affairs for Waterfront Partnership
Alyn and Deeside Labour  
Mark Tami
Labour Seat held Trade Unionist
Amber Valley Conservative  
Nigel Mills
Conservative Seat held Chartered Accountant
Angus Scottish National  
Kirstene Hair
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mike Weir Events Manager for DC Thomson
Arfon Plaid Cymru  
Hywel Williams
Plaid Cymru Seat held Social Worker
Argyll and Bute Scottish National  
Brendan O'Hara
Scottish National Seat held TV Producer for STV
Arundel and South Downs Conservative  
Nick Herbert
Conservative Seat held Director of Reform
Ashfield Labour  
Gloria De Piero
Labour Seat held Political Editor of GMTV
Ashford Conservative  
Damian Green
Conservative Seat held Journalist
Ashton-under-Lyne Labour  
Angela Rayner
Labour Seat held Trade Unionist
Aylesbury Conservative  
David Lidington
Conservative Seat held Special Adviser to Douglas Hurd
Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock Scottish National  
Bill Grant
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Corri Wilson Fireman
Banbury Conservative  
Victoria Prentis
Conservative Seat held Civil Servant in the Government Legal Department
Banff and Buchan Scottish National  
David Duguid
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Eilidh Whiteford Engineer
Barking Labour  
Margaret Hodge
Labour Seat held Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers
Barnsley Central Labour  
Dan Jarvis
Labour Seat held Army Officer
Barnsley East Labour  
Stephanie Peacock
Labour Seat held, incumbent Michael Dugher stood down Trade Unionist
Barrow and Furness Labour Co-operative  
John Woodcock
Labour Co-operative Seat held Special Advisor to Gordon Brown
Basildon and Billericay Conservative  
John Baron
Conservative Seat held Hedge Fund Manager & Army Officer
Basingstoke Conservative  
Maria Miller
Conservative Seat held Director of the Rowland Group
Bassetlaw Labour  
John Mann
Labour Seat held Trade Unionist
Bath Conservative  
Wera Hobhouse
Liberal Democrats Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ben Howlett Teacher
Batley and Spen Labour Co-operative  
Tracy Brabin
Labour Co-operative Seat held Actress
Battersea Conservative  
Marsha de Cordova
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jane Ellison Charity Worker
Beaconsfield Conservative  
Dominic Grieve
Conservative Seat held Barrister
Beckenham Conservative  
Bob Stewart
Conservative Seat held Army Officer
Bedford Conservative  
Mohammad Yasin
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Conservative Richard Fuller Taxi driver & Bedford Borough Councillor
Belfast East DUP  
Gavin Robinson
DUP Seat held Barrister
Belfast North DUP  
Nigel Dodds
DUP Seat held Barrister
Belfast South SDLP  
Emma Little-Pengelly
DUP Seat gain, defeated incumbent Alasdair McDonnell Special Advisor to Peter Robinson
Belfast West Sinn Féin  
Paul Maskey
Sinn Féin Seat held Tourism Manager
Bermondsey and Old Southwark Labour  
Neil Coyle
Labour Seat held Director of Policy and Campaigns at Disability Rights UK
Berwick-upon-Tweed Conservative  
Anne-Marie Trevelyan
Conservative Seat held Chartered Accountant
Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk Scottish National  
John Lamont
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Calum Kerr Member of the Scottish Parliament for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire & Solicitor
Bethnal Green and Bow Labour  
Rushanara Ali
Labour Seat held Director of the Young Foundation
Beverley and Holderness Conservative  
Graham Stuart
Conservative Seat held Solicitor
Bexhill and Battle Conservative  
Huw Merriman
Conservative Seat held Barrister
Bexleyheath and Crayford Conservative  
David Evennett
Conservative Seat held Insurance Broker
Birkenhead Labour  
Frank Field
Labour Seat held Director of the Child Poverty Action Group
Birmingham, Edgbaston Labour Co-operative  
Preet Gill
Labour Co-operative Seat held, incumbent Gisela Stuart stood down Social Worker
Birmingham, Erdington Labour  
Jack Dromey
Labour Seat held Trade Unionist & Treasurer of the Labour Party
Birmingham, Hall Green Labour  
Roger Godsiff
Labour Seat held Trade Unionist
Birmingham, Hodge Hill Labour  
Liam Byrne
Labour Seat held Investment Banker
Birmingham, Ladywood Labour  
Shabana Mahmood
Labour Seat held Solicitor
Birmingham, Northfield Labour  
Richard Burden
Labour Seat held Trade Unionist
Birmingham, Perry Barr Labour  
Khalid Mahmood
Labour Seat held Engineer
Birmingham, Selly Oak Labour  
Steve McCabe
Labour Seat held Care worker
Birmingham, Yardley Labour  
Jess Phillips
Labour Seat held Business Development Manager for Women's Aid Federation of England
Bishop Auckland Labour  
Helen Goodman
Labour Seat held Chief Executive of the National Association of Toy and Leisure Libraries
Blackburn Labour  
Kate Hollern
Labour Seat held Contracts Manager at Blackburn College
Blackley and Broughton Labour  
Graham Stringer
Labour Seat held Analytical Chemist
Blackpool North and Cleveleys Conservative  
Paul Maynard
Conservative Seat held Special Advisor to Liam Fox
Blackpool South Labour  
Gordon Marsden
Labour Seat held Lecturer at the Open University
Blaenau Gwent Labour  
Nick Smith
Labour Seat held Director of Policy and Partnerships at the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
Blaydon Labour  
Liz Twist
Labour Seat held, incumbent David Anderson stood down Trade Unionist
Blyth Valley Labour  
Ronnie Campbell
Labour Seat held Miner
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton Conservative  
Nick Gibb
Conservative Seat held Chartered Accountant
Bolsover Labour  
Dennis Skinner
Labour Seat held Miner
Bolton North East Labour  
Sir David Crausby
Labour Seat held Trade Unionist
Bolton South East Labour  
Yasmin Qureshi
Labour Seat held Barrister
Bolton West Conservative  
Chris Green
Conservative Seat held Engineer
Bootle Labour  
Peter Dowd
Labour Seat held Trade Unionist
Boston and Skegness Conservative  
Matt Warman
Conservative Seat held Journalist for The Daily Telegraph
Bosworth Conservative  
David Tredinnick
Conservative Seat held Manager at Malden Mitcham Properties
Bournemouth East Conservative  
Tobias Ellwood
Conservative Seat held Army Officer
Bournemouth West Conservative  
Conor Burns
Conservative Seat held
Bracknell Conservative  
Phillip Lee
Conservative Seat held
Bradford East Labour Imran Hussain Labour Seat held
Bradford South Labour  
Judith Cummins
Labour Seat held
Bradford West Labour  
Naz Shah
Labour Seat held
Braintree Conservative  
James Cleverly
Conservative Seat held
Brecon and Radnorshire Conservative  
Christopher Davies
Conservative Seat held
Brent Central Labour  
Dawn Butler
Labour Seat held
Brent North Labour  
Barry Gardiner
Labour Seat held
Brentford and Isleworth Labour  
Ruth Cadbury
Labour Seat held
Brentwood and Ongar Conservative  
Alex Burghart
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Sir Eric Pickles stood down
Bridgend Labour  
Madeleine Moon
Labour Seat held
Bridgwater and West Somerset Conservative  
Ian Liddell-Grainger
Conservative Seat held
Brigg and Goole Conservative  
Andrew Percy
Conservative Seat held
Brighton Kemptown Conservative  
Lloyd Russell-Moyle
Labour Co-operative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Simon Kirby
Brighton Pavilion Green  
Caroline Lucas
Green Seat held
Bristol East Labour  
Kerry McCarthy
Labour Seat held
Bristol North West Conservative  
Darren Jones
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Charlotte Leslie
Bristol South Labour  
Karin Smyth
Labour Seat held
Bristol West Labour  
Thangam Debbonaire
Labour Seat held
Broadland Conservative  
Keith Simpson
Conservative Seat held
Bromley and Chislehurst Conservative  
Bob Neill
Conservative Seat held
Bromsgrove Conservative  
Sajid Javid
Conservative Seat held
Broxbourne Conservative  
Charles Walker
Conservative Seat held
Broxtowe Conservative  
Anna Soubry
Conservative Seat held
Buckingham The Speaker  
John Bercow
Speaker Seat held
Burnley Labour  
Julie Cooper
Labour Seat held
Burton Conservative  
Andrew Griffiths
Conservative Seat held
Bury North Conservative  
James Frith
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Nuttal
Bury South Labour  
Ivan Lewis
Labour Seat held, suspended by Labour November 2017[10]
Bury St Edmunds Conservative  
Jo Churchill
Conservative Seat held
Caerphilly Labour Wayne David Labour Seat held
Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross Scottish National  
Jamie Stone
Liberal Democrats Seat gain, defeated incumbent Paul Monaghan
Calder Valley Conservative  
Craig Whittaker
Conservative Seat held
Camberwell and Peckham Labour  
Harriet Harman
Labour Seat held
Camborne and Redruth Conservative  
George Eustice
Conservative Seat held
Cambridge Labour  
Daniel Zeichner
Labour Seat held
Cannock Chase Conservative  
Amanda Milling
Conservative Seat held
Canterbury Conservative  
Rosie Duffield
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Julian Brazier
Cardiff Central Labour  
Jo Stevens
Labour Seat held
Cardiff North Conservative  
Anna McMorrin
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Craig Williams
Cardiff South and Penarth Labour Co-operative  
Stephen Doughty
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Cardiff West Labour  
Kevin Brennan
Labour Seat held
Carlisle Conservative  
John Stevenson
Conservative Seat held
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr Plaid Cymru  
Jonathan Edwards
Plaid Cymru Seat held
Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Conservative  
Simon Hart
Conservative Seat held
Carshalton and Wallington Liberal Democrats  
Tom Brake
Liberal Democrats Seat held
Castle Point Conservative  
Rebecca Harris
Conservative Seat held
Central Ayrshire Scottish National  
Philippa Whitford
Scottish National Seat held
Central Devon Conservative  
Mel Stride
Conservative Seat held
Central Suffolk and North Ipswich Conservative  
Daniel Poulter
Conservative Seat held
Ceredigion Liberal Democrats  
Ben Lake
Plaid Cymru Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mark Williams
Charnwood Conservative  
Edward Argar
Conservative Seat held
Chatham and Aylesford Conservative  
Tracey Crouch
Conservative Seat held
Cheadle Conservative  
Mary Robinson
Conservative Seat held
Chelmsford Conservative  
Vicky Ford
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Sir Simon Burns stood down
Chelsea and Fulham Conservative  
Greg Hands
Conservative Seat held
Cheltenham Conservative  
Alex Chalk
Conservative Seat held
Chesham and Amersham Conservative  
Cheryl Gillan
Conservative Seat held
Chesterfield Labour  
Toby Perkins
Labour Seat held
Chichester Conservative  
Gillian Keegan
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Andrew Tyrie stood down
Chingford and Woodford Green Conservative  
Iain Duncan Smith
Conservative Seat held
Chippenham Conservative  
Michelle Donelan
Conservative Seat held
Chipping Barnet Conservative  
Theresa Villiers
Conservative Seat held
Chorley Labour  
Lindsay Hoyle
Labour Seat held
Christchurch Conservative  
Christopher Chope
Conservative Seat held
Cities of London and Westminster Conservative  
Mark Field
Conservative Seat held
City of Chester Labour  
Chris Matheson
Labour Seat held
Clacton Independent[a]  
Giles Watling
Conservative Seat gain, incumbent Douglas Carswell (originally a UKIP MP) stood down
Cleethorpes Conservative  
Martin Vickers
Conservative Seat held
Clwyd South Labour  
Susan Elan Jones
Labour Seat held
Clwyd West Conservative  
David Jones
Conservative Seat held
Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill Scottish National  
Hugh Gaffney
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Phil Boswell
Colchester Conservative  
Will Quince
Conservative Seat held
Colne Valley Conservative  
Thelma Walker
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Jason McCartney
Congleton Conservative  
Fiona Bruce
Conservative Seat held
Copeland Conservative  
Trudy Harrison
Conservative Seat held
Corby Conservative  
Tom Pursglove
Conservative Seat held
The Cotswolds Conservative  
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown
Conservative Seat held
Coventry North East Labour  
Colleen Fletcher
Labour Seat held
Coventry North West Labour  
Geoffrey Robinson
Labour Seat held
Coventry South Labour  
Jim Cunningham
Labour Seat held
Crawley Conservative  
Henry Smith
Conservative Seat held
Crewe and Nantwich Conservative  
Laura Smith
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Edward Timpson
Croydon Central Conservative  
Sarah Jones
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Gavin Barwell
Croydon North Labour Co-operative  
Steve Reed
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Croydon South Conservative  
Chris Philp
Conservative Seat held
Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East Scottish National  
Stuart McDonald
Scottish National Seat held
Cynon Valley Labour  
Ann Clwyd
Labour Seat held
Dagenham and Rainham Labour  
Jon Cruddas
Labour Seat held
Darlington Labour  
Jenny Chapman
Labour Seat held
Dartford Conservative  
Gareth Johnson
Conservative Seat held
Daventry Conservative  
Chris Heaton-Harris
Conservative Seat held
Delyn Labour  
David Hanson
Labour Seat held
Denton and Reddish Labour  
Andrew Gwynne
Labour Seat held
Derby North Conservative  
Chris Williamson
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Amanda Solloway
Derby South Labour  
Margaret Beckett
Labour Seat held
Derbyshire Dales Conservative  
Patrick McLoughlin
Conservative Seat held
Devizes Conservative  
Claire Perry
Conservative Seat held
Dewsbury Labour Paula Sherriff Labour Seat held
Don Valley Labour  
Caroline Flint
Labour Seat held
Doncaster Central Labour  
Rosie Winterton
Labour Seat held
Doncaster North Labour  
Ed Miliband
Labour Seat held
Dover Conservative  
Charlie Elphicke
Conservative Seat held
Dudley North Labour  
Ian Austin
Labour Seat held
Dudley South Conservative  
Mike Wood
Conservative Seat held
Dulwich and West Norwood Labour  
Helen Hayes
Labour Seat held
Dumfries and Galloway Scottish National  
Alister Jack
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Richard Arkless
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale Conservative  
David Mundell
Conservative Seat held
Dundee East Scottish National  
Stewart Hosie
Scottish National Seat held
Dundee West Scottish National  
Chris Law
Scottish National Seat held
Dunfermline and West Fife Scottish National  
Douglas Chapman
Scottish National Seat held
City of Durham Labour  
Roberta Blackman-Woods
Labour Seat held
Dwyfor Meirionnydd Plaid Cymru  
Liz Saville-Roberts
Plaid Cymru Seat held
Ealing Central and Acton Labour  
Rupa Huq
Labour Seat held
Ealing North Labour  
Stephen Pound
Labour Seat held
Ealing Southall Labour  
Virendra Sharma
Labour Seat held
Easington Labour  
Grahame Morris
Labour Seat held
East Antrim DUP  
Sammy Wilson
DUP Seat held
East Devon Conservative  
Hugo Swire
Conservative Seat held
East Dunbartonshire Scottish National  
Jo Swinson
Liberal Democrats Seat gain, defeated incumbent John Nicolson
East Ham Labour  
Stephen Timms
Labour Seat held
East Hampshire Conservative  
Damian Hinds
Conservative Seat held
East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow Scottish National  
Lisa Cameron
Scottish National Seat held
East Londonderry DUP  
Gregory Campbell
DUP Seat held
East Lothian Scottish National  
Martin Whitfield
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent George Kerevan
East Renfrewshire Scottish National  
Paul Masterton
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Kirsten Oswald
East Surrey Conservative  
Sam Gyimah
Conservative Seat held
East Worthing and Shoreham Conservative  
Tim Loughton
Conservative Seat held
East Yorkshire Conservative  
Greg Knight
Conservative Seat held
Eastbourne Conservative  
Stephen Lloyd
Liberal Democrats Seat gain, defeated incumbent Caroline Ansell
Eastleigh Conservative  
Mims Davies
Conservative Seat held
Eddisbury Conservative  
Antoinette Sandbach
Conservative Seat held
Edinburgh East Scottish National  
Tommy Sheppard
Scottish National Seat held
Edinburgh North and Leith Scottish National  
Deidre Brock
Scottish National Seat held
Edinburgh South Labour  
Ian Murray
Labour Seat held
Edinburgh South West Scottish National Joanna Cherry Scottish National Seat held
Edinburgh West Independent[a]  
Christine Jardine
Liberal Democrats Seat gain, incumbent Michelle Thomson (originally a Scottish National MP) stood down
Edmonton Labour Co-operative  
Kate Osamor
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Ellesmere Port and Neston Labour  
Justin Madders
Labour Seat held
Elmet and Rothwell Conservative  
Alec Shelbrooke
Conservative Seat held
Eltham Labour  
Clive Efford
Labour Seat held
Enfield North Labour  
Joan Ryan
Labour Seat held
Enfield Southgate Conservative  
Bambos Charalambous
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Burrowes
Epping Forest Conservative  
Eleanor Laing
Conservative Seat held
Epsom and Ewell Conservative  
Chris Grayling
Conservative Seat held
Erewash Conservative  
Maggie Throup
Conservative Seat held
Erith and Thamesmead Labour  
Teresa Pearce
Labour Seat held
Esher and Walton Conservative  
Dominic Raab
Conservative Seat held
Exeter Labour  
Ben Bradshaw
Labour Seat held
Falkirk Scottish National  
John McNally
Scottish National Seat held
Fareham Conservative  
Suella Braverman
Conservative Seat held
Faversham and Mid Kent Conservative  
Helen Whately
Conservative Seat held
Feltham and Heston Labour Co-operative  
Seema Malhotra
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Fermanagh and South Tyrone UUP  
Michelle Gildernew
Sinn Féin Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tom Elliott
Filton and Bradley Stoke Conservative  
Jack Lopresti
Conservative Seat held
Finchley and Golders Green Conservative Mike Freer Conservative Seat held
Folkestone and Hythe Conservative  
Damian Collins
Conservative Seat held
Forest of Dean Conservative  
Mark Harper
Conservative Seat held
Foyle SDLP  
Elisha McCallion
Sinn Féin Seat gain, defeated incumbent Mark Durkan
Fylde Conservative  
Mark Menzies
Conservative Seat held
Gainsborough Conservative  
Edward Leigh
Conservative Seat held
Garston and Halewood Labour  
Maria Eagle
Labour Seat held
Gateshead Labour  
Ian Mearns
Labour Seat held
Gedling Labour  
Vernon Coaker
Labour Seat held
Gillingham and Rainham Conservative  
Rehman Chishti
Conservative Seat held
Glasgow Central Scottish National  
Alison Thewliss
Scottish National Seat held
Glasgow East Independent[a]  
David Linden
Scottish National Seat held, incumbent Natalie McGarry (originally an SNP MP) stood down
Glasgow North Scottish National  
Patrick Grady
Scottish National Seat held
Glasgow North East Scottish National  
Paul Sweeney
Labour Co-operative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Anne McLaughlin
Glasgow North West Scottish National  
Carol Monaghan
Scottish National Seat held
Glasgow South Scottish National  
Stewart McDonald
Scottish National Seat held
Glasgow South West Scottish National  
Chris Stephens
Scottish National Seat held
Glenrothes Scottish National  
Peter Grant
Scottish National Seat held
Gloucester Conservative  
Richard Graham
Conservative Seat held
Gordon Scottish National  
Colin Clark
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Alex Salmond
Gosport Conservative  
Caroline Dinenage
Conservative Seat held
Gower Conservative  
Tonia Antoniazzi
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Byron Davies
Grantham and Stamford Conservative  
Nicholas Boles
Conservative Seat held
Gravesham Conservative Adam Holloway Conservative Seat held
Great Grimsby Labour  
Melanie Onn
Labour Seat held
Great Yarmouth Conservative  
Brandon Lewis
Conservative Seat held
Greenwich and Woolwich Labour  
Matthew Pennycook
Labour Seat held
Guildford Conservative  
Anne Milton
Conservative Seat held
Hackney North and Stoke Newington Labour  
Diane Abbott
Labour Seat held
Hackney South and Shoreditch Labour Co-operative  
Meg Hillier
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Halesowen and Rowley Regis Conservative  
James Morris
Conservative Seat held
Halifax Labour  
Holly Lynch
Labour Seat held
Haltemprice and Howden Conservative  
David Davis
Conservative Seat held
Halton Labour  
Derek Twigg
Labour Seat held
Hammersmith Labour  
Andy Slaughter
Labour Seat held
Hampstead and Kilburn Labour  
Tulip Siddiq
Labour Seat held
Harborough Conservative  
Neil O'Brien
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Sir Edward Garnier stood down
Harlow Conservative  
Robert Halfon
Conservative Seat held
Harrogate and Knaresborough Conservative  
Andrew Jones
Conservative Seat held
Harrow East Conservative  
Bob Blackman
Conservative Seat held
Harrow West Labour Co-operative  
Gareth Thomas
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Hartlepool Labour  
Mike Hill
Labour Seat held, incumbent Iain Wright stood down
Harwich and North Essex Conservative  
Bernard Jenkin
Conservative Seat held
Hastings and Rye Conservative  
Amber Rudd
Conservative Seat held
Havant Conservative  
Alan Mak
Conservative Seat held
Hayes and Harlington Labour  
John McDonnell
Labour Seat held
Hazel Grove Conservative  
William Wragg
Conservative Seat held
Hemel Hempstead Conservative  
Mike Penning
Conservative Seat held
Hemsworth Labour  
Jon Trickett
Labour Seat held
Hendon Conservative  
Matthew Offord
Conservative Seat held
Henley Conservative  
John Howell
Conservative Seat held
Hereford and South Herefordshire Conservative  
Jesse Norman
Conservative Seat held
Hertford and Stortford Conservative  
Mark Prisk
Conservative Seat held
Hertsmere Conservative  
Oliver Dowden
Conservative Seat held
Hexham Conservative  
Guy Opperman
Conservative Seat held
Heywood and Middleton Labour  
Liz McInnes
Labour Seat held
High Peak Conservative  
Ruth George
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Andrew Bingham
Hitchin and Harpenden Conservative  
Bim Afolami
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Peter Lilley stood down
Holborn and St Pancras Labour  
Keir Starmer
Labour Seat held
Hornchurch and Upminster Conservative  
Julia Lopez
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Angela Watkinson stood down
Hornsey and Wood Green Labour  
Catherine West
Labour Seat held
Horsham Conservative  
Jeremy Quin
Conservative Seat held
Houghton and Sunderland South Labour  
Bridget Phillipson
Labour Seat held
Hove Labour  
Peter Kyle
Labour Seat held
Huddersfield Labour Co-operative  
Barry Sheerman
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Huntingdon Conservative  
Jonathan Djanogly
Conservative Seat held
Hyndburn Labour  
Graham Jones
Labour Seat held
Ilford North Labour  
Wes Streeting
Labour Seat held
Ilford South Labour Co-operative  
Mike Gapes
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Inverclyde Scottish National  
Ronnie Cowan
Scottish National Seat held
Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey Scottish National  
Drew Hendry
Scottish National Seat held
Ipswich Conservative  
Sandy Martin
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Ben Gummer
Isle of Wight Conservative  
Bob Seely
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Andrew Turner stood down
Islington North Labour  
Jeremy Corbyn
Labour Seat held
Islington South and Finsbury Labour  
Emily Thornberry
Labour Seat held
Islwyn Labour Co-operative  
Chris Evans
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Jarrow Labour  
Stephen Hepburn
Labour Seat held
Keighley Conservative  
John Grogan
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Kris Hopkins
Kenilworth and Southam Conservative  
Jeremy Wright
Conservative Seat held
Kensington Conservative  
Emma Dent Coad
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Victoria Borwick
Kettering Conservative  
Philip Hollobone
Conservative Seat held
Kilmarnock and Loudoun Scottish National  
Alan Brown
Scottish National Seat held
Kingston and Surbiton Conservative  
Ed Davey
Liberal Democrats Seat gain, defeated incumbent James Berry
Kingston upon Hull East Labour  
Karl Turner
Labour Seat held
Kingston upon Hull North Labour  
Diana Johnson
Labour Seat held
Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle Labour  
Emma Hardy
Labour Seat held, incumbent Alan Johnson stood down
Kingswood Conservative  
Chris Skidmore
Conservative Seat held
Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath Scottish National  
Lesley Laird
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Roger Mullin
Knowsley Labour  
George Howarth
Labour Seat held
Lagan Valley DUP  
Jeffrey Donaldson
DUP Seat held
Lanark and Hamilton East Scottish National  
Angela Crawley
Scottish National Seat held
Lancaster and Fleetwood Labour  
Cat Smith
Labour Seat held
Leeds Central Labour  
Hilary Benn
Labour Seat held
Leeds East Labour  
Richard Burgon
Labour Seat held
Leeds North East Labour  
Fabian Hamilton
Labour Seat held
Leeds North West Liberal Democrats  
Alex Sobel
Labour Co-operative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Greg Mulholland
Leeds West Labour  
Rachel Reeves
Labour Seat held
Leicester East Labour  
Keith Vaz
Labour Seat held
Leicester South Labour Co-operative  
Jon Ashworth
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Leicester West Labour  
Liz Kendall
Labour Seat held
Leigh Labour  
Jo Platt
Labour Co-operative Seat held, incumbent Andy Burnham stood down
Lewes Conservative  
Maria Caulfield
Conservative Seat held
Lewisham East Labour  
Heidi Alexander
Labour Seat held
Lewisham West and Penge Labour  
Ellie Reeves
Labour Seat held, incumbent Jim Dowd stood down
Lewisham Deptford Labour  
Vicky Foxcroft
Labour Seat held
Leyton and Wanstead Labour  
John Cryer
Labour Seat held
Lichfield Conservative  
Michael Fabricant
Conservative Seat held
Lincoln Conservative  
Karen Lee
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Karl McCartney
Linlithgow and East Falkirk Scottish National  
Martyn Day
Scottish National Seat held
Liverpool Riverside Labour Co-operative  
Louise Ellman
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Liverpool Walton Labour  
Dan Carden
Labour Seat held, incumbent Steve Rotheram stood down
Liverpool Wavertree Labour Co-operative  
Luciana Berger
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Liverpool West Derby Labour Co-operative  
Stephen Twigg
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Livingston Scottish National  
Hannah Bardell
Scottish National Seat held
Llanelli Labour  
Nia Griffith
Labour Seat held
Loughborough Conservative  
Nicky Morgan
Conservative Seat held
Louth and Horncastle Conservative  
Victoria Atkins
Conservative Seat held
Ludlow Conservative  
Philip Dunne
Conservative Seat held
Luton North Labour
Kelvin Hopkins
Labour Seat held. Suspended from party.
Luton South Labour Co-operative  
Gavin Shuker
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Macclesfield Conservative  
David Rutley
Conservative Seat held
Maidenhead Conservative  
Theresa May
Conservative Seat held
Maidstone and The Weald Conservative  
Helen Grant
Conservative Seat held
Makerfield Labour  
Yvonne Fovargue
Labour Seat held
Maldon Conservative  
John Whittingdale
Conservative Seat held
Manchester Central Labour Co-operative  
Lucy Powell
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Manchester, Gorton Labour  
Afzal Khan
Labour Seat held, last MP Sir Gerald Kaufman died in February 2017
Manchester Withington Labour  
Jeff Smith
Labour Seat held
Mansfield Labour  
Ben Bradley
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Sir Alan Meale
Meon Valley Conservative  
George Hollingbery
Conservative Seat held
Meriden Conservative  
Caroline Spelman
Conservative Seat held
Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney Labour  
Gerald Jones
Labour Seat held
Mid Bedfordshire Conservative  
Nadine Dorries
Conservative Seat held
Mid Derbyshire Conservative  
Pauline Latham
Conservative Seat held
Mid Dorset and North Poole Conservative  
Michael Tomlinson
Conservative Seat held
Mid Norfolk Conservative  
George Freeman
Conservative Seat held
Mid Sussex Conservative  
Nicholas Soames
Conservative Seat held
Mid Ulster Sinn Féin  
Francie Molloy
Sinn Féin Seat held
Mid Worcestershire Conservative  
Nigel Huddleston
Conservative Seat held
Middlesbrough Labour  
Andy McDonald
Labour Seat held
Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Labour  
Simon Clarke
Conservative Seat gain, incumbent Tom Blenkinsop stood down
Midlothian Scottish National  
Danielle Rowley
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Owen Thompson
Milton Keynes North Conservative  
Mark Lancaster
Conservative Seat held
Milton Keynes South Conservative  
Iain Stewart
Conservative Seat held
Mitcham and Morden Labour  
Siobhain McDonagh
Labour Seat held
Mole Valley Conservative Sir Paul Beresford Conservative Seat held
Monmouth Conservative  
David Davies
Conservative Seat held
Montgomeryshire Conservative  
Glyn Davies
Conservative Seat held
Moray Scottish National  
Douglas Ross
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Angus Robertson
Morecambe and Lunesdale Conservative  
David Morris
Conservative Seat held
Morley and Outwood Conservative  
Andrea Jenkyns
Conservative Seat held
Motherwell and Wishaw Scottish National  
Marion Fellows
Scottish National Seat held
Na h-Eileanan an Iar (Western Isles) Scottish National  
Angus MacNeil
Scottish National Seat held
Neath Labour  
Christina Rees
Labour Seat held
New Forest East Conservative  
Julian Lewis
Conservative Seat held
New Forest West Conservative  
Desmond Swayne
Conservative Seat held
Newark Conservative  
Robert Jenrick
Conservative Seat held
Newbury Conservative  
Richard Benyon
Conservative Seat held
Newcastle upon Tyne Central Labour  
Chinyelu Onwurah
Labour Seat held
Newcastle upon Tyne East Labour  
Nick Brown
Labour Seat held
Newcastle upon Tyne North Labour  
Catherine McKinnell
Labour Seat held
Newcastle-under-Lyme Labour  
Paul Farrelly
Labour Seat held
Newport East Labour  
Jessica Morden
Labour Seat held
Newport West Labour Paul Flynn Labour Seat held
Newry and Armagh Sinn Féin  
Mickey Brady
Sinn Féin Seat held
Newton Abbot Conservative  
Anne Marie Morris
Conservative Seat held
Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford Labour  
Yvette Cooper
Labour Seat held
North Antrim DUP  
Ian Paisley Jr
DUP Seat held
North Ayrshire and Arran Scottish National  
Patricia Gibson
Scottish National Seat held
North Cornwall Conservative  
Scott Mann
Conservative Seat held
North Devon Conservative  
Peter Heaton-Jones
Conservative Seat held
North Dorset Conservative  
Simon Hoare
Conservative Seat held
North Down Independent  
Lady Sylvia Hermon
Independent Seat held
North Durham Labour  
Kevan Jones
Labour Seat held
North East Bedfordshire Conservative  
Alistair Burt
Conservative Seat held
North East Cambridgeshire Conservative  
Stephen Barclay
Conservative Seat held
North East Derbyshire Labour  
Lee Rowley
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Natascha Engel
North East Fife Scottish National  
Stephen Gethins
Scottish National Seat held
North East Hampshire Conservative  
Ranil Jayawardena
Conservative Seat held
North East Hertfordshire Conservative  
Oliver Heald
Conservative Seat held
North East Somerset Conservative  
Jacob Rees-Mogg
Conservative Seat held
North Herefordshire Conservative  
Bill Wiggin
Conservative Seat held
North Norfolk Liberal Democrats  
Norman Lamb
Liberal Democrats Seat held
North Shropshire Conservative  
Owen Paterson
Conservative Seat held
North Somerset Conservative  
Liam Fox
Conservative Seat held
North Swindon Conservative  
Justin Tomlinson
Conservative Seat held
North Thanet Conservative  
Roger Gale
Conservative Seat held
North Tyneside Labour  
Mary Glindon
Labour Seat held
North Warwickshire Conservative  
Craig Tracey
Conservative Seat held
North West Cambridgeshire Conservative  
Shailesh Vara
Conservative Seat held
North West Durham Labour  
Laura Pidcock
Labour Seat held, incumbent Pat Glass stood down
North West Hampshire Conservative  
Kit Malthouse
Conservative Seat held
North West Leicestershire Conservative  
Andrew Bridgen
Conservative Seat held
North West Norfolk Conservative  
Sir Henry Bellingham
Conservative Seat held
North Wiltshire Conservative  
James Gray
Conservative Seat held
Northampton North Conservative  
Michael Ellis
Conservative Seat held
Northampton South Conservative  
Andrew Lewer
Conservative Seat held, incumbent David Mackintosh stood down
Norwich North Conservative  
Chloe Smith
Conservative Seat held
Norwich South Labour  
Clive Lewis
Labour Seat held
Nottingham East Labour Co-operative  
Chris Leslie
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Nottingham North Labour  
Alex Norris
Labour Seat held, incumbent Graham Allen stood down
Nottingham South Labour  
Lilian Greenwood
Labour Seat held
Nuneaton Conservative  
Marcus Jones
Conservative Seat held
Ochil and South Perthshire Scottish National  
Luke Graham
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh
Ogmore Labour  
Chris Elmore
Labour Seat held
Old Bexley and Sidcup Conservative  
James Brokenshire
Conservative Seat held
Oldham East and Saddleworth Labour  
Debbie Abrahams
Labour Seat held
Oldham West and Royton Labour  
Jim McMahon
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Orkney and Shetland Liberal Democrats  
Alistair Carmichael
Liberal Democrats Seat held
Orpington Conservative  
Jo Johnson
Conservative Seat held
Oxford East Labour  
Anneliese Dodds
Labour Co-operative Seat held, incumbent Andrew Smith stood down
Oxford West and Abingdon Conservative  
Layla Moran
Liberal Democrats Seat gain, defeated incumbent Nicola Blackwood
Paisley and Renfrewshire North Scottish National  
Gavin Newlands
Scottish National Seat held
Paisley and Renfrewshire South Scottish National  
Mhairi Black
Scottish National Seat held
Pendle Conservative  
Andrew Stephenson
Conservative Seat held
Penistone and Stocksbridge Labour  
Angela Christine Smith
Labour Seat held
Penrith and The Border Conservative  
Rory Stewart
Conservative Seat held
Perth and North Perthshire Scottish National  
Pete Wishart
Scottish National Seat held
Peterborough Conservative  
Fiona Onasanya
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Stewart Jackson
Plymouth, Moor View Conservative  
Johnny Mercer
Conservative Seat held
Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport Conservative  
Luke Pollard
Labour Co-operative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Oliver Colvile
Pontypridd Labour  
Owen Smith
Labour Seat held
Poole Conservative  
Robert Syms
Conservative Seat held
Poplar and Limehouse Labour  
Jim Fitzpatrick
Labour Seat held
Portsmouth North Conservative  
Penny Mordaunt
Conservative Seat held
Portsmouth South Conservative  
Stephen Morgan
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Flick Drummond
Preseli Pembrokeshire Conservative  
Stephen Crabb
Conservative Seat held
Preston Labour Co-operative  
Mark Hendrick
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Pudsey Conservative  
Stuart Andrew
Conservative Seat held
Putney Conservative  
Justine Greening
Conservative Seat held
Rayleigh and Wickford Conservative  
Mark Francois
Conservative Seat held
Reading East Conservative  
Matt Rodda
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Rob Wilson
Reading West Conservative  
Alok Sharma
Conservative Seat held
Redcar Labour Co-operative  
Anna Turley
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Redditch Conservative  
Rachel Maclean
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Karen Lumley stood down
Reigate Conservative  
Crispin Blunt
Conservative Seat held
Rhondda Labour  
Chris Bryant
Labour Seat held
Ribble Valley Conservative  
Nigel Evans
Conservative Seat held
Richmond (Yorks) Conservative  
Rishi Sunak
Conservative Seat held
Richmond Park Liberal Democrats  
Zac Goldsmith
Conservative Seat recovery, defeated incumbent Sarah Olney
Rochdale Independent[a]  
Tony Lloyd
Labour Seat held, defeated incumbent Simon Danczuk (originally a Labour MP)
Rochester and Strood Conservative  
Kelly Tolhurst
Conservative Seat held
Rochford and Southend East Conservative  
James Duddridge
Conservative Seat held
Romford Conservative  
Andrew Rosindell
Conservative Seat held
Romsey and Southampton North Conservative  
Caroline Nokes
Conservative Seat held
Ross, Skye and Lochaber Scottish National  
Ian Blackford
Scottish National Seat held
Rossendale and Darwen Conservative  
Jake Berry
Conservative Seat held
Rother Valley Labour  
Kevin Barron
Labour Seat held
Rotherham Labour  
Sarah Champion
Labour Seat held
Rugby Conservative  
Mark Pawsey
Conservative Seat held
Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner Conservative  
Nick Hurd
Conservative Seat held
Runnymede and Weybridge Conservative  
Philip Hammond
Conservative Seat held
Rushcliffe Conservative  
Kenneth Clarke
Conservative Seat held
Rutherglen and Hamilton West Scottish National  
Ged Killen
Labour Co-operative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Margaret Ferrier
Rutland and Melton Conservative  
Alan Duncan
Conservative Seat held
Saffron Walden Conservative  
Kemi Badenoch
Conservative Seat held, incumbent Sir Alan Haselhurst stood down
Salford and Eccles Labour  
Rebecca Long-Bailey
Labour Seat held
Salisbury Conservative  
John Glen
Conservative Seat held
Scarborough and Whitby Conservative  
Robert Goodwill
Conservative Seat held
Scunthorpe Labour  
Nic Dakin
Labour Seat held
Sedgefield Labour  
Phil Wilson
Labour Seat held
Sefton Central Labour  
Bill Esterson
Labour Seat held
Selby and Ainsty Conservative  
Nigel Adams
Conservative Seat held
Sevenoaks Conservative  
Michael Fallon
Conservative Seat held
Sheffield Central Labour  
Paul Blomfield
Labour Seat held
Sheffield South East Labour  
Clive Betts
Labour Seat held
Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough Labour  
Gill Furniss
Labour Seat held
Sheffield Hallam Liberal Democrats  
Jared O'Mara
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Nick Clegg.
Sheffield Heeley Labour  
Louise Haigh
Labour Seat held
Sherwood Conservative  
Mark Spencer
Conservative Seat held
Shipley Conservative  
Philip Davies
Conservative Seat held
Shrewsbury and Atcham Conservative  
Daniel Kawczynski
Conservative Seat held
Sittingbourne and Sheppey Conservative Gordon Henderson Conservative Seat held
Skipton and Ripon Conservative  
Julian Smith
Conservative Seat held
Sleaford and North Hykeham Conservative  
Caroline Johnson
Conservative Seat held
Slough Labour  
Tan Dhesi
Labour Seat held, incumbent Fiona Mactaggart stood down
Solihull Conservative  
Julian Knight
Conservative Seat held
Somerton and Frome Conservative  
David Warburton
Conservative Seat held
South Antrim UUP  
Paul Girvan
DUP Seat gain, defeated incumbent Danny Kinahan
South Basildon and East Thurrock Conservative  
Stephen Metcalfe
Conservative Seat held
South Cambridgeshire Conservative  
Heidi Allen
Conservative Seat held
South Derbyshire Conservative  
Heather Wheeler
Conservative Seat held
South Dorset Conservative  
Richard Drax
Conservative Seat held
South Down SDLP  
Chris Hazzard
Sinn Féin Seat gain, defeated incumbent Margaret Ritchie
South East Cambridgeshire Conservative  
Lucy Frazer
Conservative Seat held
South East Cornwall Conservative  
Sheryll Murray
Conservative Seat held
South Holland and The Deepings Conservative  
John Hayes
Conservative Seat held
South Leicestershire Conservative  
Alberto Costa
Conservative Seat held
South Norfolk Conservative  
Richard Bacon
Conservative Seat held
South Northamptonshire Conservative  
Andrea Leadsom
Conservative Seat held
South Ribble Conservative  
Seema Kennedy
Conservative Seat held
South Shields Labour  
Emma Lewell-Buck
Labour Seat held
South Staffordshire Conservative  
Gavin Williamson
Conservative Seat held
South Suffolk Conservative  
James Cartlidge
Conservative Seat held
South Swindon Conservative  
Robert Buckland
Conservative Seat held
South Thanet Conservative  
Craig Mackinlay
Conservative Seat held
South West Bedfordshire Conservative  
Andrew Selous
Conservative Seat held
South West Devon Conservative  
Gary Streeter
Conservative Seat held
South West Hertfordshire Conservative  
David Gauke
Conservative Seat held
South West Norfolk Conservative  
Elizabeth Truss
Conservative Seat held
South West Surrey Conservative  
Jeremy Hunt
Conservative Seat held
South West Wiltshire Conservative  
Andrew Murrison
Conservative Seat held
Southampton Itchen Conservative Royston Smith Conservative Seat held
Southampton Test Labour  
Alan Whitehead
Labour Seat held
Southend West Conservative  
David Amess
Conservative Seat held
Southport Liberal Democrats  
Damien Moore
Conservative Seat gain, incumbent John Pugh stood down
Spelthorne Conservative  
Kwasi Kwarteng
Conservative Seat held
St Albans Conservative Anne Main Conservative Seat held
St Austell and Newquay Conservative  
Steve Double
Conservative Seat held
St Helens North Labour Conor McGinn Labour Seat held
St Helens South and Whiston Labour  
Marie Rimmer
Labour Seat held
St Ives Conservative  
Derek Thomas
Conservative Seat held
Stafford Conservative  
Jeremy Lefroy
Conservative Seat held
Staffordshire Moorlands Conservative  
Karen Bradley
Conservative Seat held
Stalybridge and Hyde Labour Co-operative  
Jonathan Reynolds
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Stevenage Conservative  
Stephen McPartland
Conservative Seat held
Stirling Scottish National  
Stephen Kerr
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Steven Paterson
Stockport Labour  
Ann Coffey
Labour Seat held
Stockton North Labour  
Alex Cunningham
Labour Seat held
Stockton South Conservative  
Paul Williams
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent James Wharton
Stoke-on-Trent Central Labour Co-operative  
Gareth Snell
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Stoke-on-Trent North Labour  
Ruth Smeeth
Labour Seat held
Stoke-on-Trent South Labour  
Jack Brereton
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Rob Flello
Stone Conservative  
Bill Cash
Conservative Seat held
Stourbridge Conservative  
Margot James
Conservative Seat held
Strangford DUP  
Jim Shannon
DUP Seat held
Stratford-on-Avon Conservative  
Nadhim Zahawi
Conservative Seat held
Streatham Labour  
Chuka Umunna
Labour Seat held
Stretford and Urmston Labour  
Kate Green
Labour Seat held
Stroud Conservative  
David Drew
Labour Co-operative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Neil Carmichae
Suffolk Coastal Conservative  
Therese Coffey
Conservative Seat held
Sunderland Central Labour  
Julie Elliott
Labour Seat held
Surrey Heath Conservative  
Michael Gove
Conservative Seat held
Sutton and Cheam Conservative  
Paul Scully
Conservative Seat held
Sutton Coldfield Conservative  
Andrew Mitchell
Conservative Seat held
Swansea East Labour  
Carolyn Harris
Labour Seat held
Swansea West Labour Co-operative  
Geraint Davies
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Tamworth Conservative  
Christopher Pincher
Conservative Seat held
Tatton Conservative  
Esther McVey
Conservative Seat held, incumbent George Osborne stood down
Taunton Deane Conservative  
Rebecca Pow
Conservative Seat held
Telford Conservative  
Lucy Allan
Conservative Seat held
Tewkesbury Conservative  
Laurence Robertson
Conservative Seat held
Thirsk and Malton Conservative  
Kevin Hollinrake
Conservative Seat held
Thornbury and Yate Conservative  
Luke Hall
Conservative Seat held
Thurrock Conservative  
Jackie Doyle-Price
Conservative Seat held
Tiverton and Honiton Conservative  
Neil Parish
Conservative Seat held
Tonbridge and Malling Conservative  
Tom Tugendhat
Conservative Seat held
Tooting Labour  
Rosena Allin-Khan
Labour Seat held
Torbay Conservative  
Kevin Foster
Conservative Seat held
Torfaen Labour  
Nick Thomas-Symonds
Labour Seat held
Torridge and West Devon Conservative  
Geoffrey Cox
Conservative Seat held
Totnes Conservative  
Sarah Wollaston
Conservative Seat held
Tottenham Labour  
David Lammy
Labour Seat held
Truro and Falmouth Conservative  
Sarah Newton
Conservative Seat held
Tunbridge Wells Conservative  
Greg Clark
Conservative Seat held
Twickenham Conservative  
Vince Cable
Liberal Democrats Seat gain, defeated incumbent Tania Mathias
Tynemouth Labour  
Alan Campbell
Labour Seat held
Upper Bann DUP  
David Simpson
DUP Seat held
Uxbridge and South Ruislip Conservative  
Boris Johnson
Conservative Seat held
Vale of Clwyd Conservative  
Chris Ruane
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent James Davies
Vale of Glamorgan Conservative  
Alun Cairns
Conservative Seat held
Vauxhall Labour  
Kate Hoey
Labour Seat held
Wakefield Labour  
Mary Creagh
Labour Seat held
Wallasey Labour  
Angela Eagle
Labour Seat held
Walsall North Labour  
Eddie Hughes
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Winnick
Walsall South Labour  
Valerie Vaz
Labour Seat held
Walthamstow Labour Co-operative  
Stella Creasy
Labour Co-operative Seat held
Wansbeck Labour  
Ian Lavery
Labour Seat held
Wantage Conservative  
Ed Vaizey
Conservative Seat held
Warley Labour  
John Spellar
Labour Seat held
Warrington North Labour  
Helen Jones
Labour Seat held
Warrington South Conservative  
Faisal Rashid
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent David Mowat
Warwick and Leamington Conservative  
Matt Western
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Chris White
Washington and Sunderland West Labour  
Sharon Hodgson
Labour Seat held
Watford Conservative  
Richard Harrington
Conservative Seat held
Waveney Conservative  
Peter Aldous
Conservative Seat held
Wealden Conservative  
Nus Ghani
Conservative Seat held
Weaver Vale Conservative  
Mike Amesbury
Labour Seat gain, defeated incumbent Graham Evans
Wellingborough Conservative  
Peter Bone
Conservative Seat held
Wells Conservative  
James Heappey
Conservative Seat held
Welwyn Hatfield Conservative  
Grant Shapps
Conservative Seat held
Wentworth and Dearne Labour  
John Healey
Labour Seat held
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine Scottish National  
Andrew Bowie
Conservative Seat gain, defeated incumbent Stuart Donaldson
West Bromwich East Labour  
Tom Watson
Labour Seat held
West Bromwich West Labour Co-operative  
Adrian Bailey
Labour Co-operative Seat held
West Dorset Conservative  
Oliver Letwin
Conservative Seat held
West Dunbartonshire Scottish National  
Martin Docherty
Scottish National Seat held
West Ham Labour Lyn Brown Labour Seat held
West Lancashire Labour  
Rosie Cooper
Labour Seat held
West Suffolk Conservative  
Matthew Hancock
Conservative Seat held
West Tyrone Sinn Féin  
Barry McElduff
Sinn Féin Seat held, incumbent Pat Doherty stood down
West Worcestershire Conservative  
Harriett Baldwin
Conservative Seat held
Westminster North Labour  
Karen Buck
Labour Seat held
Westmorland and Lonsdale Liberal Democrats  
Tim Farron
Liberal Democrats Seat held
Weston-super-Mare Conservative  
John Penrose
Conservative Seat held
Wigan Labour  
Lisa Nandy
Labour Seat held
Wimbledon Conservative  
Stephen Hammond
Conservative Seat held
Winchester Conservative  
Steve Brine
Conservative Seat held
Windsor Conservative  
Adam Afriyie
Conservative Seat held
Wirral South Labour  
Alison McGovern
Labour Seat held
Wirral West Labour Margaret Greenwood Labour Seat held
Witham Conservative  
Priti Patel
Conservative Seat held
Witney Conservative  
Robert Courts
Conservative Seat held
Woking Conservative  
Jonathan Lord
Conservative Seat held
Wokingham Conservative  
John Redwood
Conservative Seat held
Wolverhampton North East Labour  
Emma Reynolds
Labour Seat held
Wolverhampton South East Labour  
Pat McFadden
Labour Seat held
Wolverhampton South West Labour  
Eleanor Smith
Labour Seat held, incumbent Rob Marris stood down
Worcester Conservative  
Robin Walker
Conservative Seat held
Workington Labour  
Sue Hayman
Labour Seat held
Worsley and Eccles South Labour Barbara Keeley Labour Seat held
Worthing West Conservative  
Peter Bottomley
Conservative Seat held
The Wrekin Conservative  
Mark Pritchard
Conservative Seat held
Wrexham Labour  
Ian Lucas
Labour Seat held
Wycombe Conservative  
Steve Baker
Conservative Seat held
Wyre and Preston North Conservative  
Ben Wallace
Conservative Seat held
Wyre Forest Conservative  
Mark Garnier
Conservative Seat held
Wythenshawe and Sale East Labour  
Mike Kane
Labour Seat held
Yeovil Conservative  
Marcus Fysh
Conservative Seat held
Ynys Môn (Anglesey) Labour  
Albert Owen
Labour Seat held
York Central Labour Co-operative  
Rachael Maskell
Labour Co-operative Seat held
York Outer Conservative  
Julian Sturdy
Conservative Seat held
  1. ^ a b c d The incumbents for these seats were originally members of political parties before either being suspended or resigning from their respective parties and subsequently sitting as independents for the remainder of the Parliament.

Deputy SpeakersEdit

The Speaker nominated Sir David Amess (Conservative, Southend West) and George Howarth (Labour, Knowsley) to serve as Temporary Deputy Speakers until the Deputy Speakers had been elected. The election of Deputy Speakers took place on 28 June 2017.

Although Deputy Speakers do not resign from their parties, they cease to vote (except to break ties) and they do not participate in party-political activity until the next election.

Name Party Constituency Office
Sir Lindsay Hoyle Labour Chorley Chairman of Ways and Means
Eleanor Laing Conservative Epping Forest First Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means
Dame Rosie Winterton Labour Doncaster Central Second Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means

As the only contesting member from the government side, Eleanor Laing's name did not appear on the ballot paper, and she was duly declared First Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means.

When Sir Lindsay Hoyle was elected Speaker on 4 November 2019 in succession to John Bercow, the post of Chairman of Ways and Means (one of the Deputy Speakers) became vacant and remained so when Parliament was dissolved on 6 November.


By-elections are held for seats that become vacant.

By-election Date Incumbent Party Cause Winner Party
West Tyrone 3 May 2018 Barry McElduff Sinn Féin Resignation after a social media post he made caused controversy regarding perceived sectarianism on the Kingsmill massacre[11] Órfhlaith Begley Sinn Féin
Lewisham East 14 June 2018 Heidi Alexander Labour Resignation on appointment as Deputy Mayor of London[12] Janet Daby Labour
Newport West 4 April 2019 Paul Flynn Labour Death[13] Ruth Jones Labour
Peterborough 6 June 2019 Fiona Onasanya Labour Removed by recall petition after a conviction of perverting the course of justice.[14] Lisa Forbes Labour
Brecon and Radnorshire 1 August 2019 Chris Davies Conservative Removed by recall petition after conviction of false expenses claims.[15] Jane Dodds Liberal Democrats

John Mann vacated the seat for Bassetlaw on 28 October 2019, and the Speaker John Bercow vacated his Buckingham seat on 4 November 2019. The seats remained vacant until dissolution and the election of new MPs in the general election on 12 December 2019.

Defections and suspensionsEdit

The label under which MPs sit in the House of Commons can change if they leave or are suspended from or expelled by their party. When suspended, they effectively[16] become independents. This Parliament has had an unusually large number of these changes, resulting in the number of MPs sitting as independents rising to its highest level (33) since the Ballot Act 1872 (which introduced secret ballots for elections in the United Kingdom).[citation needed]

The Conservative and Labour parties lost numerous MPs through suspensions and defections to other parties. In February 2019, 8 Labour and 3 Conservative MPs formed a new grouping (later a party in its own right), Change UK. That grouping experienced a split in June, with some of its members resigning to form The Independents. The Liberal Democrats have made a gain of 8 seats since the opening of Parliament, including some former Change UK members. The government lost its majority on 3 September 2019, when the Conservative MP Phillip Lee defected to the Liberal Democrats. Later the same day, the Conservatives expelled 21 of their MPs for voting against the government, 10 of whom were later readmitted to the party on 29 October.

Name Date From To Constituency Reason
Anne Marie Morris 10 July 2017 Conservative Independent Newton Abbot Suspended from the Conservatives, pending investigation over using the remark "nigger in the woodpile".[17]
12 December 2017 Independent Conservative Reinstated.[16]
Jared O'Mara 25 October 2017 Labour Independent Sheffield Hallam Suspended from Labour, pending investigation over alleged sexist and homophobic remarks.[18]
3 July 2018 Independent Labour Reinstated.[19]
12 July 2018 Labour Independent Resigned from Labour.[20]
Kelvin Hopkins 2 November 2017 Labour Independent Luton North Suspended from Labour, pending investigation into sexual allegations.[21]
Charlie Elphicke 3 November 2017 Conservative Independent Dover Suspended from the Conservatives, pending police investigation of "serious allegations".[22]
12 December 2018 Independent Conservative Reinstated.[23]
22 July 2019 Conservative Independent Suspended once again after being charged with sexual assault.[24]
Ivan Lewis 23 November 2017 Labour Independent Bury South Suspended from Labour, pending investigation of sexual harassment.[10] Resigned from Labour on 20 December 2018.[25]
Barry McElduff 8 January 2018 Sinn Féin Independent West Tyrone Suspended from Sinn Féin over a social media video referencing the Kingsmill massacre. Resigned from parliament.[26]
John Woodcock 30 April 2018 Labour Co-op Independent Barrow and Furness Suspended from Labour over allegations of inappropriate messages to former staff.[27] Resigned from Labour on 18 July 2018.[28]
10 July 2019 Independent The Independents Formed new political grouping.
Ian Paisley 24 July 2018 DUP Independent North Antrim Suspended from DUP for not disclosing financial interests from the Sri Lankan government, and then advocating for them.[29]
4 September 2018 Independent Suspended Suspended from the House of Commons on 24 July for 30 days beginning 4 September.[29]
21 November 2018 Suspended DUP Reinstated to the House of Commons and the DUP.[30]
Andrew Griffiths 21 August 2018 Conservative Independent Burton Suspended from the Conservatives, pending investigation of inappropriate behaviour with members of staff.[31]
12 December 2018 Independent Conservative Reinstated.[32]
Frank Field 30 August 2018 Labour Independent Birkenhead Resigned from Labour.[33]
2 August 2019 Independent Birkenhead Social Justice Founded new political party to contest the next election.
Stephen Lloyd 6 December 2018 Liberal Democrats Independent Eastbourne Resigned the Liberal Democrats whip over the Brexit withdrawal agreement.[34]
Fiona Onasanya 19 December 2018 Labour Independent Peterborough Suspended from Labour after being convicted of perverting the course of justice.[35] Expelled from Labour in January 2019.[36] Removed from office on 1 May 2019 by a recall petition.[37]
Luciana Berger 18 February 2019 Labour Co-op Change UK Liverpool Wavertree Resigned from Labour, citing party's approach to Brexit and antisemitism.[38]
4 June 2019 Change UK Independent Left Change UK following in order to "work cross party" and "respond flexibly".[39]
10 July 2019 Independent The Independents Formed new political grouping.
5 September 2019 The Independents Liberal Democrats Joined the Liberal Democrats, citing the "moment of national crisis", as the most effective party to stop Brexit.[40]
Ann Coffey 18 February 2019 Labour Change UK Stockport Resigned from Labour, citing party's approach to Brexit and antisemitism.[38]
Mike Gapes Labour Co-op Change UK Ilford South
Chris Leslie Labour Co-op Change UK Nottingham East
Gavin Shuker Labour Co-op Change UK Luton South
4 June 2019 Change UK Independent Left Change UK following in order to "work cross party" and "respond flexibly".[39]
10 July 2019 Independent The Independents Formed new political grouping.
Angela Smith 18 February 2019 Labour Change UK Penistone and Stocksbridge Resigned from Labour, citing party's approach to Brexit and antisemitism.[38]
4 June 2019 Change UK Independent Left Change UK following in order to "work cross party" and "respond flexibly".[39]
10 July 2019 Independent The Independents Formed new political grouping.
7 September 2019 The Independents Liberal Democrats Defected to the Liberal Democrats.[41]
Chuka Umunna 18 February 2019 Labour Change UK Streatham Resigned from Labour, citing party's approach to Brexit and antisemitism.[38]
4 June 2019 Change UK Independent Left Change UK following in order to "work cross party" and "respond flexibly".[39]
13 June 2019 Independent Liberal Democrats Decided against the need for a new political party.[42]
Joan Ryan 19 February 2019 Labour Change UK Enfield North Resigned from Labour, citing party's approach to Brexit and antisemitism.[38]
Anna Soubry 20 February 2019 Conservative Change UK Broxtowe Resigned from the Conservatives in response to its perceived move to the political right, such as "Hard Brexit" policies.[43]
Heidi Allen 20 February 2019 Conservative Change UK South Cambridgeshire
4 June 2019 Change UK Independent Wanted to "work cross party" and "respond flexibly".[39]
10 July 2019 Independent The Independents Formed new political grouping.
7 October 2019 The Independents Liberal Democrats Joined the Lib Dems, citing effectiveness as part of a team, rejecting the status quo, and stopping Brexit.[44]
Sarah Wollaston 20 February 2019 Conservative Change UK Totnes Resigned from the Conservatives in response to its perceived move to the political right, such as "Hard Brexit" policies.[43]
4 June 2019 Change UK Independent Wanted to "work cross party" and "respond flexibly".[39]
14 August 2019 Independent Liberal Democrats Joined the Lib Dems to make the case for the UK to "remain at the heart of Europe".[45]
Ian Austin 22 February 2019 Labour Independent Dudley North Resigned from Labour, blaming leader Jeremy Corbyn for "creating a culture of extremism and intolerance".
Chris Williamson 27 February 2019 Labour Independent Derby North Suspended for stating Labour had been "too apologetic" about allegations of antisemitism.[46]
26 June 2019 Independent Labour Reinstated.[47]
28 June 2019 Labour Independent Suspended again.[48]
Nick Boles 1 April 2019 Conservative Independent Grantham and Stamford Resigned from the Conservative Party, objecting that it was refusing to compromise over Brexit.[49]
Phillip Lee 3 September 2019 Conservative Liberal Democrats Bracknell Resigned from the Conservative Party over its stance on Brexit, and shift to the right.[50]
Guto Bebb Conservative Independent Aberconwy Suspended from the Conservatives after voting against the Government, on a motion to allow Parliament to control the order paper in order to introduce a bill to prevent a no-deal Brexit.[51][52]
Kenneth Clarke Conservative Independent Rushcliffe
David Gauke Conservative Independent South West Hertfordshire
Justine Greening Conservative Independent Putney
Dominic Grieve Conservative Independent Beaconsfield
Philip Hammond Conservative Independent Runnymede and Weybridge
Oliver Letwin Conservative Independent West Dorset
Anne Milton Conservative Independent Guildford
Rory Stewart Conservative Independent Penrith and The Border
Sam Gyimah Conservative Independent East Surrey
14 September 2019 Independent Liberal Democrats Joined the Lib Dems, citing UK institutions and democracy.[53]
Antoinette Sandbach 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Eddisbury Suspended after voting against the Government (see above).
31 October 2019 Independent Liberal Democrats Joined the Lib Dems, citing progressive centre-ground liberal values and the two main parties "floating off to two extremes".[54]
Richard Benyon 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Newbury Suspended from the Conservatives on 3 September after voting against the Government, on a motion to allow Parliament to control the order paper in order to introduce a bill to prevent a no-deal Brexit.[51][52]

Whip restored 29 October alongside after meeting with the Prime Minister; standing down at the next election or agreed to support his Withdrawal Agreement if re-elected.[55]

29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Steve Brine 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Winchester
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Alistair Burt 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent North East Bedfordshire
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Greg Clark 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Tunbridge Wells
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Stephen Hammond 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Wimbledon
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Richard Harrington 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Watford
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Margot James 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Stourbridge
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Caroline Nokes 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Romsey and Southampton North
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Nicholas Soames 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Mid Sussex
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Ed Vaizey 3 September 2019 Conservative Independent Wantage
29 October 2019 Independent Conservative
Amber Rudd 7 September 2019 Conservative Independent Hastings and Rye Resigned, saying leaving the EU with a deal was no longer HM Government's main objective and objecting to deselection of "The 21".[56]
Mike Hill 22 September 2019 Labour Independent Hartlepool Suspended over allegations of sexual harassment.[57]
21 October 2019 Independent Labour Reinstated after allegations of sexual harassment were dropped.[58]
Stephen Hepburn 7 October 2019 Labour Independent Jarrow Suspended over allegations of sexual harassment.[59]
Louise Ellman 17 October 2019 Labour Co-op Independent Liverpool Riverside Resigned from Labour over antisemitism in the party, saying that Jeremy Corbyn is "not fit" to become prime minister.[60]
Keith Vaz 31 October 2019 Labour Suspended Leicester East Suspended from the House of Commons for 6 months, following Commons Standards Committee's findings that he "expressed willingness" to purchase cocaine for sex workers.[61]
John Bercow 4 November 2019   The Speaker Vacant Buckingham Stepped down as Speaker after ten years, and as MP.[62][63]
Lindsay Hoyle Labour   The Speaker Chorley Elected and royally approved as Speaker after nine years as Chairman of Ways and Means.[64]

Progression of government majority and party totalsEdit

The majority is calculated as above.

Date Event Majority Con DUP Lab SNP LD SF PC Grn CUK TI BSJP Speaker Ind Suspended Vacant
21 June 2017 Opening of Parliament 13 317 10 262 35 12 7 4 1 1 1 0 0
10 July 2017 Morris suspended from Conservatives 11 316 2
25 October 2017 O'Mara suspended from Labour 261 3
2 November 2017 Hopkins suspended from Labour 260 4
3 November 2017 Elphicke suspended from Conservatives 9 315 5
23 November 2017 Lewis suspended from Labour 259 6
12 December 2017 Morris readmitted to Conservatives 11 316 5
Date Event Majority Con DUP Lab SNP LD SF PC Grn CUK TI BSJP Speaker Ind Suspended Vacant
8 January 2018 McElduff suspended from Sinn Féin 11 316 10 259 35 12 6 4 1 1 6 0 0
16 January 2018 McElduff (Ind) resigns seat 5 1
30 April 2018 Woodcock suspended from Labour 258 6
3 May 2018 Begley wins W Tyrone by-election for Sinn Féin 7 0
9 May 2018 Alexander (Labour) resigns seat 12 257 1
14 June 2018 Daby wins Lewisham E by-election for Labour 11 258 0
3 July 2018 O'Mara readmitted to Labour 259 5
12 July 2018 O'Mara resigns from Labour 258 6
24 July 2018 Paisley suspended from DUP 9 9 7
21 August 2018 Griffiths suspended from Conservatives 7 315 8
30 August 2018 Field resigns from Labour 257 9
21 November 2018 Paisley readmitted to DUP 9 10 8
6 December 2018 Lloyd resigns from Liberal Democrats 11 9
12 December 2018 Elphicke, Griffiths readmitted to Conservatives 13 317 7
19 December 2018 Onasanya suspended from Labour 256 8
Date Event Majority Con DUP Lab SNP LD SF PC Grn CUK TI BSJP Speaker Ind Suspended Vacant
17 February 2019 Flynn (Labour) dies 14 317 10 255 35 11 7 4 1 1 8 0 1
18 February 2019 Seven Labour MPs leave to join Change UK 248 7
19 February 2019 Ryan leaves Labour for Change UK 247 8
20 February 2019 Three Conservative MPs join Change UK 8 314 11
22 February 2019 Austin resigns from Labour 246 9
27 February 2019 Williamson suspended from Labour 245 10
1 April 2019 Boles resigns from Conservatives 6 313 11
4 April 2019 Jones wins Newport West by-election for Labour 5 246 11 0
1 May 2019 Onasanya (Ind) removed by recall petition 6 10 1
4 June 2019 Six MPs leave Change UK, become Independent 5 16
6 June 2019 Forbes wins Peterborough by-election for Labour 5 247 0
13 June 2019 Umunna (Ind) joins Liberal Democrats 12 15
21 June 2019 Davies (Con) removed after recall petition 4 312 1
10 July 2019 Five independent MPs form The Independents 5 10
22 July 2019 Elphicke suspended from Conservatives 2 311 11
1 August 2019 Dodds wins Brecon & Radnor by-election for Lib Dems 1 13 0
2 August 2019 Field forms BJSP 1 10
15 August 2019 Wollaston (Ind) joins Liberal Democrats 14 9
3 September 2019 Lee (Con) joins Lib Dems; 21 Con MPs become Inds -43 289 15 30
5 September 2019 Berger (The Independents) joins the Lib Dems 16 4
7 September 2019 Rudd resigns from Cons; Smith (TI) joins Lib Dems -45 288 17 3 31
14 September 2019 Gyimah (Ind) joins Lib Dems 18 30
22 September 2019 Hill suspended from Labour 246 31
7 October 2019 Hepburn suspended from Lab; Allen (TI) joins Lib Dems 245 19 2 32
16 October 2019 Ellman resigns from Labour 244 33
21 October 2019 Hill readmitted to Labour 245 32
28 October 2019 Mann (Labour) vacates seat on elevation to Lords -44 244 1
29 October 2019 10 Inds have Con whip restored -24 298 22
31 October 2019 Sandbach to LD; Vaz suspended -23 243 20 21 1
4 November 2019 Bercow (Speaker) vacates seat; Hoyle elected Speaker 242 2
Date Event Majority Con DUP Lab SNP LD SF PC Grn CUK TI BSJP Speaker Ind Suspended Vacant

See alsoEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

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