In Workington, Tony Cunningham (Lab) had a majority of 4,575 in 2010.
This is the only seat in Cumbria where a new MP is a definite. Tony has stood down.
He won the seat in 2010 with 45.5% of the vote. The Conservatives got 33.9%, the Lib Dems 13.5% and the BNP were fourth with 3.8%. Sir Tony - he was knighted in 2012 for public and political service - served as MP for 14 years (from 2001).
Aside from one three year period, when following a by-election Conservative Richard Page was elected as the MP, Workington has been a Labour seat since 1918.
Quick quiz: The lowest ever UK election turnout was just 15% in 2012? But what were we voting for?
I interviewed Sir Tony yesterday - read it in the Times & Star today - and he stepped down to focus on his family life.
Reports from north of the border say the SNP are confident of taking both the Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale and Dumfries and Galloway seats. DCT was held by Scotland's only Tory MP, David Mundell, last term. D&G was held by Annan-based Labour politician Russell Brown. Any SNP victory in southern Scotland - where independence was rejected in September's referendum and where they're recently not finished in the top two - would symbolise the surge in support for the nationalists.
That's the one Voting Geek! Well done! Sadly no prize...
Jill Perry, of the Green Party, says she's been happy with her campaign and said people had been kind. It's the first time she's stood in Workington and she's hoping she'll do better than when she stood in Copeland in the last General Election, when she got 0.9 per cent of the vote. She's hopeful she's double that this time.
Roy Ivinson is a farmer from Silloth who was a surprise candidate to many and was only revealed when nominations closed a few weeks ago.
He's realistic about his chances tonight: "I didn't stand to win, I stood for an environmental reason. I hope I'll get 100 votes. I'm not expecting to get my deposit back, I think that'll be a bit of a stretch."
Swindon North: Con hold. First Tory seat of the night. 3-1 to Labour.
The ever-colourful Boris Johnson has stepped into the spotlight for the night, declaring: ``Obviously, it's a very, very clear victory for the Conservatives and a very bad night for Labour." Whether things play out that way will obviously become clear over the next few hours.
SNP deputy leader Stewart Hosie said he did not want to "tempt fate" by predicting how many seats his party would win "this late in the day".
Asked about the prospect of another independence referendum if the SNP does as well as predicted, he said: “There can only be a referendum when there has been a qualitative change in circumstances.
“We need to see a Westminster response. Will they finally keep the promise, the vow, the pledge they made to the Scottish people last year?”
Average swing after four constituency results out of 650 in the
C to Lab 1.95%
LD to C 5.97%
LD to Lab 7.91%
After four constituency results out of 650 in the General Election
the turnout is:
169,750 (58.45%, +0.58%)
Word is that the declaration announcement at Barrow will be a good bit later than 4am. Delay with voting slips from Broughton, apparently.
In Workington, it is estimated that verification will take at least another hour, but counting may start before that's finished completely.
RESULT: Putney - Conservative hold
Sarah's been offered a sandwich by the Labour Party. She took it and declared it wasn't favouritism as a) the polls have closed and b) no one else has sandwiches.
In more leaflet news - UKIP in Workington has delivered 120,000 leaflets.
Liberal Democrats delivered 40,000 leaflets during their Workington campaign.
Sarah is on a mission in Workington - she's found out that the Green Party delivered a leaflet to every house in the constituency via the Post Office and hand delivered between 9,000 and 10,000 leaflets.