The results are in and it looks like the United Kingdom is heading to a hung parliament.

In Enfield Southgate, Conservative David Burrowes got 20,634 votes, but lost his seat to Labour rival Bambos Charalambous who received 24,989 of the vote. 

Over in Edmonton, Labour's Kate Osamor held onto her seat with 31,221. Her closest rival was Gonul Daniels with 10,106 votes. Nigel Sussman, the Lib Dem candidate, gained 860 votes. 

In Enfield North, Joan Ryan for Labour held onto her seat with 28,117 votes. Nick deBois for the Tories got 17,930.

David Lammy has held on to his seat in Tottenham.

The incumbent Labour representative won with 40,249 votes, beating his closest rival, Conservative Myles Stacey who got 5,665.

Liberal Democrat Brian Haley got 1,687 o f the public vote, Green Party Jarelle Francis 1,276 and UKIP's Patricia Rumble with 462.