Barry Sheerman retained the Huddersfield seat with 26,417 votes.

A total of six candidates contested the seat to become the next MP for Huddersfield.

The candidates are Zulfiqar Ali (Lib Dem), Scott Benton (Conservative), Bikatshi Katenga (Yorkshire Party), Barry Sheerman (Labour), Maureen Thokkudubiyyaou (Indp), Andrew Cooper (Green).

Voters went to the polls from 7am on Thursday with the polling stations closing at 10pm.

Results for Kirklees and Calderdale are expected to be announced from 4am.

The Examiner asked each of the candidates what their aim would be if they won the seat.

Huddersfield's result in the 2017 General Election
Huddersfield's result in the 2017 General Election

By the time the result is known in Huddersfield the overall outcome of the election may already have been decided.

This allow you to keep up-to-date with how the result is developing.

Election Results Live

326 needed for majority
Conservatives Theresa May
318
Labour Jeremy Corbyn
262
snp Nicola Sturgeon
35
Lib Dems Tim Farron
12
DUP
10
Sinn Fein
7
Plaid Cymru
4
Green
1
UKIP
0
UUP
0
Other
1
Undeclared
0

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General election 2017: Live coverage as Huddersfield and Kirklees head to the polls