• Respect's Galloway ousted in Bradford West
  • David Ward loses Bradford East for the Lib Dems
  • Labour holds in Bradford South with new MP
  • Keighey's Kris Hopkins retains his seat for the Tories
  • Comfortable victory for Philip Davies in Shipley

IT was a night of change in Bradford last night as the General Election results came in with the city's constituencies now all red with Labour gaining Bradford West and Bradford East and holding Bradford South.

But the Conservative also experienced success by holding both Shipley and Keighley.

Controversial firebrand George Galloway was ousted in Bradford West as he lost a bitter battle with Labour’s Naz Shah.

The night was made worse for him as he today found himself at the centre of a West Yorkshire Police investigation into allegations that he had Tweeted the result of an exit poll before voting closed.

David Ward found himself among the victims of the Liberal Democrats massacre at the polls as he lost Bradford East to Labour.

A clearly upset Mr Ward could not even bring himself to share the podium with the victor, Bradford Council deputy leader Councillor Imran Hussain as the results were declared.

Keighley became a nail biter with the result not being declared until 8.15am today.

Kris Hopkins shed a tear as he celebrated holding the seat for the Tories and then announced as pubs minister he was going to have a pint or two.

Fellow Conservative Philip Davies had an easier time in Shipley comfortably holding his seat with a near 10,000 majority.

Elsewhere, Labour held in Batley & Spen, with Jo Cox the new MP after Mike Wood retired. She took 21,826 votes compared to Imtiaz Ameen who received 15,769 votes for the Conservatives in second place.

In Calder Valley, Conservatives held with Craig Whittaker beating Labour into second.

Holly Lynch had a nail-biting night and just held Halifax seat for Labour with a 428 majority over the Conservatives.

Voters kept Pudsey's Stuart Andrew as their MP with by 4,501 votes and in Skipton, Julian Smith kept his seat with a staggering 20,761 majority.