Lee Rowley has been re-elected as the Member of Parliament for North East Derbyshire after an election night where the Conservatives secured a majority in Westminster.
After all the votes were counted, Lee received 28,897 votes compared to Labour's 16,021. The smaller parties accounted for just short of 4,300 votes between them.
Commenting on his win, Lee said: "I want to say a huge thank you to all residents in North East Derbyshire for re-electing me as their Member of Parliament. It is an honour and privilege to serve as your MP and, irrespective of how you voted in the General Election, I will work hard on behalf of everyone. Now let's get back to work!"