The Conservatives have won the Copeland by-election - beating Labour in a seat it has held since its creation.
Tory Trudy Harrison won with 13,748 votes to Labour Gill Troughton's 11,601.
Ms Harrison hailed the victory - first by-election gain by a governing party since 1982 - as "historic".
Labour held Stoke-on-Trent Central, seeing off a challenge from UKIP leader Paul Nuttall.
Gareth Snell was elected with 7,853 votes, ahead of UKIP's 5,233 votes.