Green MP Caroline Lucas has held Brighton Pavilion at the general election with an increased majority.
She won the seat for a fourth time in less than 10 years with a majority up to 19,940 from 14,699 in 2017.
She said that she was proud to have achieved an increased majority but added: “The pride that I feel is tinged with deep sadness and frankly deep anger.
“Our political system is so badly broken. Our electoral system is rotten to the core.”
Labour candidate Adam Imanpour came second with 13,211 votes.
And the Conservative candidate Emma Hogan finished third with 10,176.
Here are the number of votes cast for each of the seven candidates
Caroline Lucas – Green – 33,151
Adam Imanpour – Labour – 13,211
Emma Hogan – Conservative – 10,176
Richard Milton – Brexit Party – 770
Citizen Skwith – Monster Raving Loony Party – 301
Bob Dobbs – Independent – 212
Nigel Furness – UK Independence Party (UKIP) – 177