All the latest from Preston Guild Hall as the city goes to the polls in the 2019 general election.Advertisement
Preston goes to the polls to decide its MP in the December 2019 snap general election.
Boris Johnson and the Conservatives called the election – being dubbed the Brexit Election – and voting has taken place throughout Thursday 12 December with the count stretching into Friday 13 December.
Voters in Preston have their say on who they want as their MP – two-and-a-half years since they last voted – and there will also be results in Fylde, which includes part of Lea, Wyre and Preston North, covering the northern area of Preston such as Fulwood, plus South Ribble and the Ribble Valley which border Preston.
Read more: General election 2019 – who are the Preston and South Ribble candidates?
Voting ended at 10pm on Thursday 12 December and we’re live from the Preston count at Preston Guild Hall with updates and the results as soon as they land.
We’ll also have all the reaction and analysis as the general election result becomes known. The updates will appear below; there may be a slightly delay in it loading so hang tight.