When will constituencies in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk declare results of the 2015 General Election vote?

True blue it may be, but don't write off excitement in the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk just yet.

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There are still fights to be had - some of the most marginal seats are Corby, although voters there will have to wait until 4:30am to find out who's won, as well as Luton South and Luton North, both of which declare at 4:00am and Colchester, which also declares at 4:30am.

One swing seat to watch is Cambridge, where the Liberal Democrats' Julian Huppert is fighting to hold onto their seat. While he's facing a challenge from the Labour party, the Greens could do particularly well here.

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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