West Midlands: where are we now?

West Midlands 2010 Credit: ITV News Central

The Conservatives took the West Midlands in 2010, ten seats ahead of Labour. The Liberal Democrats had three seats in the last Parliament in Birmingham Yardley, Cheltenham, and Solihull.

- North Warwickshire has the smallest Conservative majority in the country with just 54 votes in it. It was won by the Conservatives in 2010 by one of the slimmest majorities in the country and was one of Labour's top targets this time round.

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Conservative majority in North Warwickshire.

- Worcester is one to look out for - a Labour victory in 1997 it returned to the Conservatives in 2010 - what will happen this time round?

- Conservative Paul Uppal is standing again in Wolverhampton South West, one of the most ethnically diverse seats in the region. He's facing candidates including the former Labour MP Rob Marris who held the seat from 2001-2010. It has one of the highest Sikh populations in the country.

- Dudley North is a major UKIP target, where the MEP Bill Etheridge is standing.

Latest polls from Lord Ashcroft for key West Midlands seats:

Birmingham EdgbastonConducted August 2014

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Cannock ChaseConducted April 2015

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Dudley NorthConducted December 2014

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North WarwickshireConducted July 2014

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Solihull Conducted September 2014

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TelfordConducted May 2014

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Wolverhampton South WestConducted July 2014

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WorcesterConducted March 2015

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