When will Lougborough, Derby, Leicester and the East Midlands constituencies declare results of the 2015 General Election vote?

Emma Haslett and Billy Ehrenberg

With 31 seats to Labour's 15, the East Midlands is a Conservative stronghold - but that might not last. Although none of Ukip's target seats lie in the region, protest voters are reportedly planning on wielding their power in key Tory-Labour marginal seats, suggesting Labour might get a better showing this time around.

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Key marginal seats include Erewash, in Derbyshire, where Conservative incumbent Jessica Lee is standing down after one term. We'll find out that result at 3:00am.

There's also Gedling, in Nottinghamshire, (declaring at 3:00am) where shadow defence secretary Vernon Coaker will defend his seat against a rising tide of Tory voters.

In Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, which declares at 4:00am, Gloria De Piero, will continue to fight the Lib Dems, who came close to a win last time. The Liberal Democrats currently have no representation at all in the region, after they lost Chesterfield in 2010.

Tap or click on the constituencies on the map below to find out their vital statistics, including who's standing, when they declare and what happened last time.

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