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Labour won a majority in the 2024 general election. This page provides summary data and spreadsheet downloads of successful candidates and defeated MPs.

The data file on this page was updated on 12th July to incorporate corrections in MP names. We will publish full vote counts and candidate-level data once we have verified local authority returns. We now expect this to be in the week beginning 15th July.

Number of successful candidates per party

Labour won 411 seats, up 209 on their total from the 2019 election.

The Conservatives won 121 seats, down 244 from their 2019 total of 365 seats. The Liberal Democrats gained 61 seats for a total of 72, while the Scottish National Party won nine seats, down from 48 in 2019.

Reform UK won five seats and the Green Party of England and Wales won four. Sinn Féin won seven seats in Northern Ireland (unchanged on 2019), while the Democratic Unionist Party won five (down three on 2019).

The charts below show the figures for all parties.

Bar chart showing the number of successful candidacies for each party. See spreadsheet download for full data

Bar chart showing change in the number of seats for each party

300 MPs were re-elected, while 335 successful candidates are becoming MPs for the first time. 15 are becoming MPs again after a gap in service (that is, they have been MPs at some point in the past, but were not MPs at the time of the May 2024 dissolution).

We estimate that 387 of those elected are men (59%) and 263 are women (41% – a record high).

Map of winning parties

The maps below show where parties won seats across the UK. The hex map on the left shows an alternative view with each constituency occupying the same area on the map.

Maps of constituency winners. See spreadsheet for full data.

Still to come

We will publish full vote counts and candidate-level data once we have verified local authority returns. We expect this to be around 12th July.

More from the Library on election data

2024 general election: what happens when the polls close?

Who stood in the 2024 general election?


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