IN MAIDENHEAD, Theresa May saw her share of the vote decline as the Lib Dem support increased.
The former prime minister still won comfortably, with 32,620 votes – 58% of the vote.
Joshua Reynolds, who is one of the youngest people to stand for this parliament, saw the party’s share of the vote increase by 13%, scooping 13,774 or 24%.
Labour’s share went down 5% to 7,882, putting Patrick McDonald in third place.
In fourth place, Emily Tomalin for the Green party. She had a 4% vote share and 2,216 votes.
Mrs May spoke on the BBC’s election programme, telling Andrew Neill that she was pleased that the Conservatives would have a majority.
“[It means] we can get Brexit sorted, get Brexit done and move the country on, and then focus on those many other priorities that people want the government to focus on, on a day-to-day basis,” she said.