Results of the United Kingdom general election, 2005


Results of the United Kingdom general election, 2005

Results of the United Kingdom general election, 2005.

Overall results

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Speaker is included in Labour

Scotland

Scottish Highlands & Islands

Northern Ireland

Greater Manchester

Northumbria, Durham & Cleveland

South Yorkshire

West Midlands

Mercia

East Anglia

South East England

Wessex

North West London

eats that changed hands

A total of 64 seats changed hands, since the 2001 general election.


=Labour gains=

; from Liberal Democrats
# Leicester South


=Conservative gains=

; from Labour
# Bexleyheath and Crayford
# Braintree
# Clwyd West
# Croydon Central
# Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale, and Tweeddale Ø
# Enfield Southgate
# Forest of Dean
# Gravesham
# Hammersmith and Fulham
# Harwich
# Hemel Hempstead
# Hornchurch
# Ilford North
# Kettering
# Lancaster and Wyre
# Monmouth
# Milton Keynes North East
# Northampton South
# Peterborough
# Preseli Pembrokeshire
# Putney
# Reading East
# Rugby and Kenilworth
# Scarborough and Whitby
# Shipley
# Shrewsbury and Atcham
# St Albans
# The Wrekin
# Wellingborough
# Welwyn Hatfield
# Wimbledon

; from the Liberal Democrats
# Devon West and Torridge
# Guildford
# Ludlow
# Newbury
# Weston-super-Mare

; from the Democratic Union Party
# Basingstoke

Liberal Democrat gains

; from Labour
# Birmingham Yardley
# Brent East (in a by-election, retained)
# Bristol West
# Cambridge
# Cardiff Central
# Dunbartonshire East
# Falmouth and Camborne
# Hornsey and Wood Green
# Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch, and Strathspey
# Leeds North West
# Manchester Withington
# Rochdale

; from the Conservatives
# Solihull
# Taunton
# Westmorland and Lonsdale

; from Plaid Cymru
# Ceredigion

Scottish National Party (SNP) gains

; from Labour
# Dundee East
# Na h-Eileanan an Iar

Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) gains

; from the Ulster Unionists
# East Antrim
# Lagan Valley
# South Antrim
# Upper Bann

Social Democrat and Labour Party (SDLP) gain

; from the Ulster Unionists
# BelfastSouth

Sinn Féin gain

; from the SDLP
# Newry and Armagh

Respect gain

; from Labour
# Bethnal Green and Bow

Independent candidate gain

; from Labour
# Blaenau Gwent

Ø Indicates Scottish seat. Due to boundary changes, these are notional gains/losses.

Collated results

For other collated results see:
*2005 United Kingdom general election results in Lancashire
*2005 United Kingdom general election result in Surrey
*2005 United Kingdom general election result in Essex
*2005 United Kingdom general election result in Cornwall
*2005 United Kingdom general election result in Greater Manchester
*2005 United Kingdom general election result in Merseyside
*2005 United Kingdom general election result in Glasgow


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