Theresa Villiers holds onto Chipping Barnet seat
The Conservatives’ Theresa Villiers has held on to her seat in Chipping Barnet.
The incumbent MP, who has been in power since 2005, won with 25,759 votes.
After being announced the winner, she told the audience at Allianz Park: “It’s a tremendous honour. I’ll do everything I can to stand up for everyone.
“I’d like to thank the other candidates for running a constructive campaign. It’s a huge responsibility.
“I’ll pledge to campaign on all local issues, improve infrastructure, transport and champion the NHS.
“A Conservative government will support a brighter and better future for this country.”
Amy Trevethan thanked her fellow candidates for running a “fair” campaign while Green Party candidate AM Poppy, who won 2,501 votes, said she would not be standing again.
UKIP candidate Victor Kaye received 4,151 votes, Liberal Democrat Marisha Ray 2,381 and Mehdi Akhavan 118.