Simon Wright defeats Charles Clarke in the 2010 election
The Conservatives held onto the majority of seats in Norfolk after the general election 2010, with a gain for the Liberal Democrats in Norwich South.
Norfolk's biggest news of the day came as Simon Wright knocked Labour's former Home Secretary Charles Clarke from his Norwich South seat after 13 years.
"Much of what is important to me is backed up in Norwich," said Mr Wright.
Labour also lost their seat to the Conservatives in Great Yarmouth, with Brandon Lewis beating Tony Wright.
As the final results for Norfolk were announced during the Friday afternoon, the first MP for Broadland was unveiled with Conservative Keith Simpson taking his seat in the House of Commons.
The results mean the Conservatives have seven seats in Norfolk and the Liberal Democrats hold two - Luton now has the only Labour seats in the whole of the eastern region.
The UK has officially been declared as in a state of hung parliament as the Conservatives failed to reach their target of 326 seats to win the election outright.
See our guide below to how Norfolk's political landscape looks after the 2010 general election.
Win for Conservative: Keith Simpson
Conservative: Keith Simpson - 24,338 votes Liberal Democrat: Daniel Roper - 17,046 votes Labour: Allyson Barron - 7,287 votes UK Independence Party: Stuart Agnew - 2,382 votes British National Party: Edith Crowther - 871 votes Green Party: Susan Curran - 752 votes
Constituency swing: 0.1% from Conservative to Liberal Democrat
• Conservative: George Freeman - 25,123 votes • Liberal Democrat: David Newman - 11,267 votes • Labour: Elizabeth Hughes - 8,857 votes • UK Independence Party: Toby Coke - 2,800 votes • Green Party: Tim Birt - 1,457 votes • British National Party: Christine Kelly - 1,261 votes
Constituency swing: 0.0% from Conservative to Liberal Democrat
• Conservative: Henry Bellingham - 25,916 votes • Liberal Democrat: William Summers - 11,106 votes • Labour: Manish Sood - 6,353 votes • UK Independence Party: John Gray - 1,841 votes • British National Party: David Fleming - 1,839 votes • Green Party: Michael de Whalley - 745 votes
Constituency swing: 2.1% from Conservative to Liberal Democrat
• Conservative: Chloe Smith - 17,280 votes • Labour: John Cook - 13,379 votes • Liberal Democrat: John Stephen - 7,783 votes • UK Independence Party: Glenn Tingle - 1,878 votes • Green Party: Jessica Goldfinch - 1,245 votes • British National Party: Thomas Richardson - 747 votes • Independent: Bill Holden - 143 votes • Christian Party: Andrew Holland - 118 votes
Constituency swing: 12.9% from Labour to Conservative
• Liberal Democrat: Simon Wright - 13,960 votes • Labour: Charles Clarke - 13,650 votes • Conservative: Antony Little - 10,902 votes • Green Party: Adrian Ramsay - 7,095 votes • UK Independence Party: Steve Emmens - 1,145 votes • British National Party: Leonard Heather - 697 votes • Workers Revolutionary Party: Gabriel Polley - 102 votes
Constituency swing: 4.0% from Labour to Liberal Democrat
Conservative: Elizabeth Truss - 23,753 votes Liberal Democrat: Stephen Gordon - 10,613 votes Labour: Peter Smith - 9,119 votes UK Independence Party: Kay Hipsey - 3,061 votes British National Party: Dennis Pearce - 1,774 votes Green Party: Lori Allen - 830 votes
Constituency swing: 0.5% from Liberal Democrat to Conservative
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