The overall complexion of the Anglia region may currently be Conservative blue but there are many marginal seats which could determine the outcome of this election.
The Tories won 60 of the 69 constituencies in the Anglia region at the 2017 election but there also lost three seats to Labour in Bedford, Peterborough and Ipswich.
What does the exit poll mean for East Anglia?
This exit poll which shows a big swing from Labour to Conservative if it is correct would suggest Labour would lose seats in our region in Bedford, Ipswich and Peterborough .
Many more seats became knife-edge contests where the winning party managed victory by only the slimmest of margins and just a few hundred votes switching hands this time could change the MP.
With the result of the Joint UK Broadcasters' Exit poll suggesting a Conservative overall majority it seem likely that Bedford, Peterborough and Ipswich will revert back to the Conservatives.
What does the exit poll mean for Brexit?
Well in our region nearly 60 percent of voters backed Brexit in the 2016 referendum, this exit poll if it is correct would mean we will certainly be leaving the European Union by the end of January 2020 . And then move on to the next stage of negotiations about our future relationship.
Conservative Health Secretary and West Suffolk candidate tweeted that it was time to "move Britain forward":
CONSERVATIVE TARGET SEATS
Peterborough (LAB) 607 majority - 0.6% swing required to win
Bedford (LAB) 789 majority - 0.8% swing required to win
Ipswich (LAB) 836 majority - 0.8% swing required to win
North Norfolk (LIB DEM) 3,512 majority - 3.4% swing required to win
Luton South (LAB) 13,925 majority - 15.1% swing required to win
Currently Luton South is held by Gavin Shuker who was elected for Labour in 2017 but is now an Independent after leaving the party in February 2019.
ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson reports from the marginal Labour seat of Peterborough
LABOUR TARGET SEATS
Thurrock (CON) 345 majority - 0.3% swing required to win
Norwich North (CON) 507 majority - 0.6% swing required to win
Northampton North (CON) 807 majority - 1.0% swing required to win
Milton Keynes South (CON) 1,725 majority- 1.3% swing required to win
Northampton South (CON) 1,159 majority- 1.4% swing required to win
Milton Keynes North (CON) 1,975 majority- 1.5% swing required to win
Corby (CON) 2,690 majority- 2.2% swing required to win
Stevenage (CON) 3,386 majority- 3.4% swing required to win
ITV News Anglia Raveena Ghattaura reports from the Labour marginal seat of Bedford
LIBERAL DEMOCRAT TARGET SEATS
St Albans (CON) 6,109 majority - 5.4% swing required to win
Cambridge (LAB) 12,661 majority - 11.3% swing required to win
Colchester (CON) 5,677 majority over Labour - the Lib Dems were third in 2107 and require a 14.5% swing to win
South Cambridgeshire (CON) 15,952 - 16.6% swing required to win
South Cambridgeshire was won by Heidi Allen for the Conservatives in 2017 but she defected to the Liberal Democrats in 2019 after briefly being an Independent. She has stepped down at this election.