General election 2019: This is how Edinburgh and the Lothians now looks following the election

The map shows the changes to Edinburgh and the Lothians.

Friday, 13th December 2019, 8:54 am

THE SNP won two of Labour's seats in Lothian as they picked up constituencies across Scotland in a general election which showed opposite trends north and south of the border.

But this map, which is split up into the nine Edinburgh and Lothians constituancies, shows the changes that this election has brought to the region.

Here is the full list of winner in Edinburgh and the Lothians:

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The Edinburgh and Lothians map before (above) and after yesterday's election

Edinburgh South: Labour, Ian Murray HOLD

Edinburgh South-West: SNP, Joanna Cherry HOLD

Edinburgh West: Lib Dem, Christine Jardine HOLD

Edinburgh North and Leith : SNP, Deidre Brock HOLD

The Edinburgh and Lothians map before yesterday's vote

Edinburgh East: SNP Tommy Sheppard HOLD

East Lothian: SNP, Kenny MaKaskill GAIN

Midlothian: SNP, Owen Thompson GAIN

Linlithgow and East Falkirk: SNP, Martyn Day HOLD

The Edinburgh and Lothians map after yesterday's vote

Livingston: SNP, Hannah Bardell, HOLD