The 2024 General Election results for Oldham East and Saddleworth are now in, and Debbie Abrahams has held the seat. 

Ms Abrahams has now been elected Member of Parliament for the constituency in five elections.

The 63-year-old won with a massive 14,091 votes, giving her majority of more than 6,000 votes.

Having served as MP for the area since 2011, her candidate statement said she has helped 33,000 constituent's cases.

After thanking her campaign team and the election volunteers, Ms Abrahams said: "What I found when I was knocking on the thousands of doors that I have knocked on over the last six weeks or soe was that people really did want a change, they wanted to be presented with something that would give them hope.

"Hope for a different, a better, a fairer life for themselves, for their families and I really do want to promise to everybody that voted for me - first of all thank you so much for investing in me your trust and your confidence in my being able to represent you in parliament.

"I promise to fulfil the promises that I have made to you, but for those of you who didn't vote for me, I also just want to say I am still going to do my damndest to make sure that I am still deliver for you. 

"I am going to rebuild the trust and integrity in politics that I think everybody wants and certainly everybody deserves. 

"This democracy will never thrive by this device politics that we've had in the past."

She then thanked her husband, John and their children for supporting her through her campaign.

Ms Abrahams served as Jeremy Corbyn's Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions from 2016 to 2018 and served as a backbencher since then.

Born to a dentist in Sheffield, Ms Abrahams' early career saw her working at a Wythenshawe charity helping set up employment training programmes for teenagers

She was later appointed chair of Rochdale Primary Care Trust in 2002 but resigned in 2007 over the use of private health companies in the National Health Service, which she said was "destroying the NHS".

In a positive night for Reform UK, candidate Jacob Barden, went home with 7,734 votes, coming second.

However the Reform UK candidate did not show up to the count at The Queen Elizabeth Hall. 

In third place Conservative candidate Tom Fish, who earned 6,838 votes.

For the full results for all candidates, click here.