AS IT HAPPENED: Relive all the night's action here

THE major surprise of the night in Oxfordshire saw Layla Moran of the Liberal Democrats triumph in Oxford West and Abingdon - deposing Tory Nicola Blackwood. 

With the seat being billed as a close call, Ms Moran took the victory with a narrow 817 majority to see the constituency turn yellow for the first time since the 2005 General Election.

Oxford Mail:

Labour's Anneliese Dodds took the Oxford East seat with a huge majority of 23,284, winning 65 per cent of the vote.

Ms Dodds, standing for the first time after Andrew Smith stepped down after representing the seat for 30 years, increased the party's majority by about 8,000 votes.

In Witney Robert Courts held onto the seat for the Conservative Party and increased his majority from 5,700 in November's by-election to 21,241.

His party colleague Victoria Prentis held Banbury while Ed Vaizey won again in Wantage.

For full list of votes cast, click here