UK election results tracker 2016

London mayor

Sadiq Khan 57%
Zac Goldsmith 43%
Second round
  • 57%
  • 43%
First round
  • 44%
  • 6%
  • 5%
  • 1%
  • 0%
  • 2%
  • 1%
  • 1%
  • 1%
  • 1%
  • 4%
  • 35%

The London mayor is chosen by supplementary vote. If no candidate gets 50% of the votes, second preferences are used.

First round votes %
Lab Sadiq Khan 1,148,716 44.2%
Con Zac Goldsmith 909,755 35.0%
Green Sian Berry 150,673 5.8%
Lib Dem Caroline Pidgeon 120,005 4.6%
UKIP Peter Whittle 94,373 3.6%
Women Sophie Walker 53,055 2.0%
Respect George Galloway 37,007 1.4%
Brit Paul Golding 31,372 1.2%
Cannabis Lee Harris 20,537 0.8%
BNP David Furness 13,325 0.5%
Ind Prince Zylinski 13,202 0.5%
Love Ankit Love 4,941 0.2%
Second round votes %
Lab Sadiq Khan 1,310,143 56.9%
Con Zac Goldsmith 994,614 43.1%

London assembly

Labour 12 seats
Conservatives 8
  • 48%
  • 8%
  • 8%
  • 4%
  • 32%
13 seats for a majority

In London voters choose an assembly member for a constituency (typically two neighbouring boroughs) and cast another vote for London-wide top-up seats, which favour parties who were under-represented at a constituency level.


How did my area vote?


Latest declarations

  • London regional top-up seats: Lab 3 Con 3 UKIP 2 Green 2 Lib Dem 1
  • Lab holds North East with a 44% majority
  • Con holds South West by 21,444 votes
  • Lab holds Barnet & Camden by 16,240 votes
  • Con holds Croydon & Sutton by 11,614 votes
  • Lab holds Brent & Harrow by 20,755 votes
  • Lab holds Enfield & Haringey with a 30% majority
  • Lab holds Greenwich & Lewisham with a 34% majority
  • Con holds Havering & Redbridge by 1,438 votes
  • Lab holds Ealing & Hillingdon by 15,933 votes
2016 seats +/-
Lab
2011
12 0
Con
8 -1
Green
2 0
UKIP
2 +2
Lib Dem
1 -1
Others
0 0
Majority >15%
Lab
Con

Latest declarations

  • London regional top-up seats: Lab 3 Con 3 UKIP 2 Green 2 Lib Dem 1
  • Lab holds North East with a 44% majority
  • Con holds South West by 21,444 votes
  • Lab holds Barnet & Camden by 16,240 votes
  • Con holds Croydon & Sutton by 11,614 votes
  • Lab holds Brent & Harrow by 20,755 votes
  • Lab holds Enfield & Haringey with a 30% majority
  • Lab holds Greenwich & Lewisham with a 34% majority
  • Con holds Havering & Redbridge by 1,438 votes
  • Lab holds Ealing & Hillingdon by 15,933 votes

Scottish parliament

SNP 63 seats
Lab 24
  • 49%
  • 19%
  • 5%
  • 4%
  • 24%
65 seats for a majority

Voters in Scotland elect an MSP in 73 constituencies, plus top-up MSPs in eight regions, to a total of 129. The regional seats are awarded taking into account the constituency results in a way which compensates parties with a strong regional vote who did not get many constituency seats. In the outgoing parliament, Nicola Sturgeon's SNP had a five-seat majority.


How did my area vote?


Latest declarations

  • Scotland North East regional top-up seats: Con 4 Lab 2 Lib Dem 1 SNP 0
  • Scotland South regional top-up seats: SNP 3 Lab 2 Con 2 Lib Dem 0
  • SNP holds Midlothian South, Tweeddale & Lauderdale by 5,868 votes
  • Scotland West regional top-up seats: Lab 3 Con 3 Green 1 SNP 0
  • Scotland Central regional top-up seats: Lab 4 Con 3 SNP 0
  • Highlands & Islands regional top-up seats: Con 3 Lab 2 Green 1 SNP 1
  • Con holds Ettrick, Roxburgh & Berwickshire with a 23% majority
  • Lothian regional top-up seats: Con 3 Green 2 Lab 2 Ind 0
  • Scotland Mid & Fife regional top-up seats: Con 4 Lab 2 Green 1 Lib Dem 0 SNP 0
  • SNP holds Argyll & Bute with a 20% majority
2016 seats +/-
SNP
2011
63 -6
Con
31 +16
Lab
24 -13
Green
6 +4
Lib Dem
5 0
Others
0 -1
Majority >15%
SNP
Lab

Latest declarations

  • Scotland North East regional top-up seats: Con 4 Lab 2 Lib Dem 1 SNP 0
  • Scotland South regional top-up seats: SNP 3 Lab 2 Con 2 Lib Dem 0
  • SNP holds Midlothian South, Tweeddale & Lauderdale by 5,868 votes
  • Scotland West regional top-up seats: Lab 3 Con 3 Green 1 SNP 0
  • Scotland Central regional top-up seats: Lab 4 Con 3 SNP 0
  • Highlands & Islands regional top-up seats: Con 3 Lab 2 Green 1 SNP 1
  • Con holds Ettrick, Roxburgh & Berwickshire with a 23% majority
  • Lothian regional top-up seats: Con 3 Green 2 Lab 2 Ind 0
  • Scotland Mid & Fife regional top-up seats: Con 4 Lab 2 Green 1 Lib Dem 0 SNP 0
  • SNP holds Argyll & Bute with a 20% majority

English local government

There are elections in 124 English councils, from Carlisle to Plymouth. Some are electing all councillors, while others are voting in a third or a half of seats.


Latest declarations

  • NOC loses Bristol to Lab
  • Con holds Winchester
  • Con holds Reigate & Banstead
  • Con loses Elmbridge to NOC
  • Con holds Amber Valley
Lab
1326 (-11)
held
1254
gains
72
losses
83

Con
842 (-49)
held
787
gains
55
losses
104

Lib Dem
378 (+30)
317 held
61 gains
31 losses

Others
122 (-45)
102 held
20 gains
65 losses

UKIP
58 (+24)
27 held
31 gains
7 losses

Green
45 (-3)
35 held
10 gains
13 losses

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Welsh assembly

Labour 29 seats
Conservatives 11
  • 48%
  • 20%
  • 2%
  • 12%
  • 18%
31 seats for a majority

Voters in Wales elect an AM in 40 constituencies, plus top-up AMs in five regions, to a total of 60. The regional seats are awarded taking into account the constituency results in a way which compensates parties with a strong regional vote who did not get many constituency seats. In the last assembly, Labour had exactly half of the seats, and Carwyn Jones led a minority government as first minister.

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How did my area vote?


Latest declarations

  • South Wales Central regional top-up seats: Con 2 UKIP 1 PC 1 Lib Dem 0
  • Wales Mid & West regional top-up seats: Lab 2 UKIP 1 PC 1 Lib Dem 0
  • Lab holds Cardiff West by 1,176 votes
  • Lab holds Vale of Glamorgan by 777 votes
  • South Wales West regional top-up seats: PC 2 UKIP 1 Con 1 Lib Dem 0
  • South Wales East regional top-up seats: UKIP 2 PC 1 Con 1
  • Wales North regional top-up seats: UKIP 2 PC 1 Con 1 Lib Dem 0
  • Con holds Carmarthen West & Pembrokeshire South by 3,373 votes
  • Lab holds Cardiff North by 3,667 votes
  • Lab holds Cardiff Central by 817 votes
2016 seats +/-
Lab
2011
29 -1
PC
12 +1
Con
11 -3
UKIP
7 +7
Lib Dem
1 -4
Others
0 0
Majority >15%
Lab
PC

Latest declarations

  • South Wales Central regional top-up seats: Con 2 UKIP 1 PC 1 Lib Dem 0
  • Wales Mid & West regional top-up seats: Lab 2 UKIP 1 PC 1 Lib Dem 0
  • Lab holds Cardiff West by 1,176 votes
  • Lab holds Vale of Glamorgan by 777 votes
  • South Wales West regional top-up seats: PC 2 UKIP 1 Con 1 Lib Dem 0
  • South Wales East regional top-up seats: UKIP 2 PC 1 Con 1
  • Wales North regional top-up seats: UKIP 2 PC 1 Con 1 Lib Dem 0
  • Con holds Carmarthen West & Pembrokeshire South by 3,373 votes
  • Lab holds Cardiff North by 3,667 votes
  • Lab holds Cardiff Central by 817 votes

Northern Ireland assembly

DUP 38 seats
Sinn Féin 28
  • 35%
  • 15%
  • 11%
  • 6%
  • 7%
  • 26%
55 seats for a majority

Voters in Northern Ireland choose representatives at the Stormont Assembly for the same 18 constituencies which return Westminster MPs, but with a different voting system. Six members are returned by each constituency by single transferable vote, a form of proportional representation. Uniquely in the UK, ministries are reserved for any large party, meaning power-sharing is usually guaranteed.


How did my area vote?

2016 seats +/-
DUP
2011
38 0
SF
28 -1
UUP
16 0
SDLP
12 -2
Alliance
8 0
Others
6 +3

Latest declarations

  • Upper Bann seats: SF 2 UUP 2 DUP 2 SDLP 0
  • Tyrone West seats: SF 3 UUP 1 SDLP 1 DUP 1
  • Londonderry East seats: DUP 3 SF 1 Ind 1 SDLP 1
  • Fermanagh & South Tyrone seats: DUP 2 SF 2 SDLP 1 UUP 1
  • Down North seats: DUP 3 Alliance 1 UUP 1 Green 1

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