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Programme of moments to watch on Election Night:
23.30pm Seats begin to declare with Houghton & Washington East, Sunderland North and Sunderland South vying to be the first to announce their results – all safe Labour seats
00.30am Putney declares. A Labour constituency (majority 2,771) and if this goes to the Conservatives it could be very significant.
1.00am Barking – Margaret Hodge is defending a maority of 9,534. Blackburn also declares where Jack Straw is being challenged by a Muslim protest vote.
1.15am Sedgefield, the Prime Minister’s constituency, where there is an anti-war candidate, declares.
1.30am Maidenhead where Theresa May faces a nailbiting moment as she discovers whether she has held on to her marginal seat (majority 3,284)
1.45am Sir Malcolm Rifkind should mark his return to Westminster with a win in Kensington and Chelsea (majority 8,771)
2.00am The Conservative candidate Ed Vaizey, will discover whether the defection of the constituency’s (Wantage, Oxfordshire) retiring MP Robert Jackson to Labour before the election has made an impact (majority 5,600)
2.30am Wyre Forest declares. Richard Taylor, a doctor and Parliament’s sole independent MP, is defending a shock 17,630 majority he won in 2001 on a platform of saving his local hospital.
3.00am Watford – Labour majority 5,555 is statistically one that the Conservatives must win to be a significant force.
Stanley Johnson, the Conservative candidate for Teignbridge, finds out whether he has become the first father to follow his son into Parliament.
3.30am Oliver Letwin, the Shadow Chancellor, learns if he has held his marginal Dorset West seat (1,414 majority)
3.45am Arundel and South Downs, the former seat of Howard Flight – Conservative Deputy Chairman – declares.
4.00am Henley result – BORIS SEAT – also Michael Howard’s seat of Folkestone & Hythe (5,907 majority)
Dorset South – Labour’s most marginal seat – failure of the Conservatives to capture this seat could be disastrous.
For full listing of all constituencies and timings see here