Millions of people across the UK will cast their votes in the General Election today. But when can we expect results in your constituency?

Here is an updated list of estimated declaration times for the results. The list is based on information compiled by the PA news agency and is intended to be a guide to when the 650 constituency results are likely to be declared.

All timings are approximate and can be affected by issues such as delays in verifying and counting ballots, or by recounts.

There have been substantial boundary changes at this election and this means there is considerable uncertainty around some of the timings below.

Altrincham & Sale West 4am
Blackburn 4.30am
Blackpool North & Fleetwood 4am
Blackpool South 3am
Bolton North East 3am
Bolton South & Walkden 3am
Bolton West 3am
Burnley 2.45am
Bury North 3.30am
Bury South 4am
Chorley 2.30am
Hyndburn 3.30am
Lancashire West 4am
Lancaster & Wyre 3.30am
Leigh & Atherton 1.30am

Morecambe & Lunesdale 4am
Oldham East & Saddleworth 3.30am
Oldham West, Chadderton & Royton 3.30am
Pendle & Clitheroe 2.30am
Preston 3.30am
Ribble Valley 3.45am
Rossendale & Darwen 4am
Rochdale 2.30am
Salford 5am
Stretford & Urmston 4am
Warrington North 5am
Warrington South 5am
Wigan 1am
Wythenshawe & Sale East 4.30am

What you will need to vote:

Polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm on July 4.

Once you are inside the polling station, the staff will check you are on the electoral register, ask for your photo ID and hand you a ballot paper.

You should take this to a voting booth, read the instructions on it and mark the ballot paper with your vote.

You can then place it in the ballot box and leave the venue.

This election is the first time in the UK that everyone wanting to vote in person will have to show a correct form of photo ID before casting a ballot – this includes a passport, driving licence and blue badge.

It does not matter if your photo ID is out of date, as long as it still looks like you and has the name under which you registered to vote.

Other forms of permitted ID include an Older Person’s or Disabled Person’s Bus Pass, and an identity card bearing the Proof of Age Standards Scheme hologram (a Pass card).

A polling card, which tells you when you can vote and at which polling station, is not required to cast your vote. Simply tell the staff there your name and address when you arrive.