RESULT: Jamie Reed has been re-elected to the Copeland seat
WORKINGTON RESULT: Labour's Sue Hayman wins the Workington seat
The SNP has taken the Dumfries and Galloway seat, bringing to an end 18 years in Parliament for Annan-based Labour politician Russell Brown.
A piece of history for Sue Hayman in Workington. She's Cumbria's first female MP after holding the seat for Labour following Sir Tony Cunningham's retirement.
Sue Hayman Labour 16,282. Roy Ivinson, Ind, 190. Mark Jenkinson, UKIP 7,538. Rozila Kana, Conservative 11,596. Jill Perry, Green Party, 1,149. Phill Roberts, Liberal Democrats, 1,708.
The turn out for Workington was 66.14 per cent. In 2010, it was 65.9 per cent,
Labour leader Ed Miliband holds his seat in Doncaster North
Miliband: "This has been a disappointing night for the Labour Party. We've not made the gains we wanted in England and Wales. In Scotland we've seen a surge of nationalism that's overwhelmed our party."
Carlisle had been one of the gains targeted by the party.
David Cameron's retained his seat in Witney, Oxfordshire.
Rory Stewart secures a second term in Penrith and the Border
Result in Barrow expected at about 6.45am.
Once the excitement of the local General Election counts has died down, we go again....
Later today we'll bring you the results of the local election counts from across Cumbria and the result of the mayoral election in Copeland
Average swing after 559 constituency results out of 650 in the General Election:
C to Lab 0.44%
LD to C 7.68%
LD to Lab 8.12%
Labour has suffered its worst-ever general election result in Scotland after winning just one seat north of the border. The party was all but wiped out as the SNP surged to victory across the country. With only one MP returned – Ian Murray in Edinburgh South – Labour’s showing is worse than in 1906, its first election when it won two seats.
It has been claimed that Ed Balls has lost his seat - but they are still recounting at the moment.
Conservatives have won in Ed Balls' constituency by 400-odd votes.
Now that we're well into the morning after the night before, what do you think about the General Election results in Cumbria?