- Theresa May, Conservative Party, Maidenhead, 65.8%. Next party is Labour Party at 11.9%. Chance of unseating negligible.
- Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party, Islington North, 60.2%. Next party is the Conservative Party at 17.2%. Chance of unseating negligible.
- Tim Farron, Liberal Democrats, Westmorland and Lonsdale, 51.5%. Next party is the Conservative Party at 33.2%. Chance of unseating slim.
- Caroline Lucas, Green Party of England and Wales, Brighton Pavilion, 41.8%. Next party is Labour at 27.3%.
However, in the Scottish Parliament, the 2016 election results for the Conservative Party leader is actually very marginal: 30.4% for Ruth Davidson, with the second party, SNP, at 28.6%. Chance of unseating significant.
Is there any pattern in which party leaders in UK parliaments are typically from safer seats than average MPs?