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The MP for Witham in Essex, Priti Patel, remains in her post at International Development Secretary in Theresa May Cabinet reshuffle.
Priti Patel, who was a leading campaign for Brexit in the EU referendum, was promoted to the Cabinet when Mrs May became Prime Minister in July 2016. She had been Employment Minister under David Cameron.
Her majority in Witham fell slightly to 18,646 in the recent General Election
The Greay Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis has retained his position as a Home Office minister but will now attend Cabinet in what is seen as a promotion.
His new job, however, is not as a full Cabinet Minister.
Mr Lewis was appointed Police and Fire Service Minister in the Home Office by Theresa May in July 2016.
He has been the MP for Great Yarmouth since 2010 and was one of the few Conservative MPs in the Anglia region to see his majority increase in Thursday's General Election.
The South Northamptonshire MP Andrea Leadsom has been made Leader of the House of Commons in the Cabinet reshuffle following the General Election.
Mrs Leadsom, who contested the Conservative leadership against Theresa May in 2016, was moved from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs where she was Secretary of State.
Andrea Leadsom has been an MP since 2010 and was a leading campaigner for leaving the European Union.
Her majority in South Northamptonshire was cut from 26,416 to 22,840 in the General Election.
South West Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss, who was formerly Justice Secretary, has been moved to Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
Truss was promoted to the role of Justice Secretary in Theresa May's cabinet reshuffle last July.
Her new role is the second most senior ministerial position in the department after the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Illness on election night meant she wasn't there to hear she'd won the seat for the Tories once more.
Meanwhile, Witham MP Priti Patel will stay on as International Development Secretary.
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes
The new MP for Bedford, Labour's Mohammad Yasin, has been out in the borough enjoying his first full day in office.
He took the seat from the Conservative's Richard Fuller, with a majority of almost 800 votes in Thursday's election.
Mohammad Yasin has lived in Bedford for more than 25 years and he was a Labour borough councillor for more than a decade.
I want to work for the people, work for the Bedford hospital, I want to work for the local schools and our police.
There are many other issues which I will be dealing with in the future, but these are the main issues in Bedford.
That's the reason I stood in this election, so I can make a difference.
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- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Emily Knight
There were mixed fortunes across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
A surprise result came in Bedford, where Conservative Richard Fuller lost his seat to Labour's Mohammad Yasin.
Luton South and Luton North both remained Labour.
Alistair Burt held held his North East Bedfordshire constituency with a reduced majority, reflecting the party's performance as a whole.
The Tories held on to all their seats in Hertfordshire comfortably.
The party also held both seats in Milton Keynes.
John Bercow, the speaker of the Commons, was returned unchallenged in Buckingham.
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
All of the MPs in Norfolk held onto their seats, some only just.
The Conservatives failed to take the seat of Lib Dem Norman Lamb.
The North Norfolk MP was believed to be vulnerable due to being a Remain supporter in a heavily Brexit area and there being no UKIP candidate. But the UKIP vote didn't entirely switch to the Conservatives, Mr Lamb hanging on with a majority of around 3,000.
In Norwich, Labour's Clive Lewis increased his majority to more than 15,000.
The Conservatives retained Norwich North but with a majority of just over 500.