Key election facts about Swindon South, where Jeremy Corbyn has made a campaign visit:

Constuency profile for Swindon South.
It is a seat currently held by the Conservatives.

Robert Buckland has a majority of 5,785 – the Tories’ 10th smallest majority in south-west England.

It is one of Labour’s targets in the south of England. The party needs a swing of 5.9% to take the seat.

The Tories took the seat from Labour in 2010.

Labour had previously held the seat since its creation in 1997.

The neighbouring constituency of Swindon North has also been held by the Conservatives since 2010.