General Election 2019 - Conservatives hold Brexit-heavy Banff and Buchan

Banff and Buchan, home to two major fishing ports and a swell of support for Brexit, comfortably returned its Conservative MP.

Conservative supporters cheer as candidate David Duguid holds onto Brexit-supporting Banff and Buchan.

David Duguid won with 21,182 votes (50.1 per cent) for the Conservatives, beating SNP candidate Paul Robertson, who polled 17,064 votes (40.4 per cent).

Two years ago, Mr Duguid delivered a major win of the 2017 election when he turned over SNP Eilidh Whiteford's majority of 14,300.

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Scotland General Election results 2019 in full: Winners in all 59 constituencies

In 2019, voters decided to stick with him once again.

With the fishing communities of Peterhead and Fraserburgh on patch, Brexit has remained a key driver for Conservative support.

Alison Smith came third for the Liberal Democrats with 2,280 votes (5.4 per cent) with Brian Balcombe polling fourth for Labour on 1,734 votes (4.1 per cent).