THE Labour Party are set to win all of the seats in Cumbria according to the last set of polling data for 2023.

Labour have moved ahead of the Conservative Party in the polls over the course of the last two years and are on track for a substantial majority in the commons if a general election were held today according to online analyst ‘Election Maps UK’.

The latest projections would see Labour win the new seats of Carlisle, Penrith and the Solway and Whitehaven and Workington following boundary changes in Cumbria.

The new Carlisle constituency will run from the western edge of the city and take in an area north, almost as far as Kielder Water, Whitehaven and Workington will take everything from South of the river Derwent in Workington and all of the current Copeland constituency, with the exception of Black Combe and Scafell, and Millom.

Penrith and the Solway will run from Seaton in Workington and encompass Maryport, Cockermouth, the Solway and Keswick with the northern point being Alston Moor.

Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats have all announced their candidates for the three main seats in North and West Cumbria.

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Victory for Labour in Cumbria would be a complete turn around for the party who lost all the seats in North and West Cumbria as the last election in 2019.

The first signs of a change of fortune for Labour were seen in the 2021 Cumberland Council election where the party won a majority on the new unitary authority which was one of the big successes of the night.

The party is also riding high after a series of significant byelection wins where there have overturned significant Tory majorities in areas where the party has often struggled to gain traction.