Liberal Democrat Pippa Heylings has been elected as MP for South Cambridgeshire, ending a five-year Conservative reign.

Ms Heylings received 25,704 votes - a 46.8 per cent share of the overall votes.

Conservative Chris Carter-Chapman received 15,063 votes and Labour's Luke Viner received 6,106.

Harrison Edwards from Reform UK received 4,897 votes, while the Green Party's Miranda Fyfe received 2,656 and independent James Gordon received 459.

There was a 71 per cent voter turnout in South Cambs.

The seat was previously held by Conservative Anthony Browne from 2019.

With a Labour landslide across the country bringing in a new government, the Lib Dems have seen an increase in their overall number of seats.