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General election 2017: See who the newly elected MPs are in Suffolk on our interactive map

PUBLISHED: 22:06 08 June 2017 | UPDATED: 05:11 09 June 2017

After two months' campaigning, general election day has arrived.

After two months' campaigning, general election day has arrived.

The General Election results in Suffolk are now in. Take a look at our interactive map to find out who will now represent your constituency.

On June 8, you went to the polls to decide who will represent you as your constituency MP.

There were seven seats up for grabs in Suffolk - Ipswich, Suffolk Coastal, Central Suffolk and North Ipswich, South Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds, West Suffolk and Waveney.

We’ve set up two interactive maps for you to take a look at today as part of our live coverage of the counts happening across the county.

The first map has been updated throughout the early hours as the results were declared.

Only one constituency has changed with Labour’s Sandy Martin taking the Ipswich seat off Conservative Ben Gummer.

Above is a map showing how Suffolk looked before the General Election was announced, with the constituencies colour-coded by party - with all seats held by the Conservatives.

We’ve now added in all the details of who won, who came last, how many votes they got and the colour coding to represent the parties.

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