Full results of the 2024 General Election in Scarborough and Whitby

Voters in Scarborough and Whitby have gone to the polls in the 2024 general election.

A new Member of Parliament is elected for the North Yorkshire constituency, which covers the wards of Castle, Cayton, Danby and Mulgrave, Derwent Valley and Moor, Eastfield, Esk Valley and Coast, Falsgrave and Stepney, Newby, Northstead, Scalby and Coast, Seamer, Weaponness and Ramshill, Whitby Streonshalh, Whitby West and Woodland.

Before the general election, the MP who won the seat in 2005 was Conservative Robert Goodwill.

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The surprise summer general election was called by Rishi Sunak on 22 May. Elections were held in all 650 constituencies in the UK. Since the 2019 general election, important boundary changes have come into force, affecting 90% of constituencies.

Before the election, a conservative government had been in power in parliament since 2010.

Polls for the 2024 General Election closed at 10pm on Thursday 4 July, with counting taking place overnight. Results from across the UK are expected in the early hours of Friday morning.

You can see all the constituency results as soon as they are announced in Scarborough and Whitby and across the UK in the interactive widget and map below, which will update as soon as the count is announced. Find out who won the seat and how many votes each candidate received.