Jacob Rees-Mogg has retained his seat overnight, despite a difficult evening for the Conservatives, which also saw Tory Bath MP, Ben Howlett, beaten by Lib-Dem, Wera Hobhouse.
Turnout was high in both North East Somerset (75.7%) and the city of Bath (74.42%).
Despite Jacob Rees-Mogg beating the Labour candidate, Robin Moss, by over 10,000 votes, Labour made a 9.9% gain on 2015. The Conservative MP has held his seat since 2010. Wera Hobhouse won by over 5,600 votes and will return the city back to the Lib-Dems.
The full results are below:
North East Somerset:
Conservative, Jacob Rees-Mogg: 28,992
Labour, Robin Moss: 18,757
Lib-Dem, Manda Rigby: 4,461
Green, Sally Calverley: 1,245
Independent, Shaun Hughes: 588
Lib-Dem, Wera Hobhouse: 23,426
Conservative, Ben Howlett: 17,742
Labour, Joe Rayment: 7,275
Green, Eleanor Field: 1,125