Newcastle upon Tyne East has followed its neighbouring constituency of Newcastle upon Tyne Central and voted to remain a Labour seat.
Incumbent Nick Brown has represented the seat (and its predecessors) since 1983, whilst the seat itself has been Labour since 1959.
Brown lost 7.5% of his 2017 vote share, but fortunately for the current Chief Whip of the Labour Party, the biggest gainers were the Lib Dems on 4.3%, meaning the Conservatives hardly built on their share of the vote from 2017.
There was no notable increase in turnout upon the 2017 Election.
With early declarations largely in traditional pro-Labour seats, it can be hard to gauge the final results from the first announcements.