Victoria Borwick has lost her seat after three recounts in a disastrous election for the Conservatives.
Ruth Davidson has sought a "categoric assurance" from Theresa May that she will press the DUP on its equalities record as part of the Tories' deal with the party.
Theresa May has apologised to ousted Conservative MPs and pledged to reflect on changes to her leadership style and top team in light of last night’s election losses.
Jeremy Corbyn has received plaudits from a number of his fiercest in-house critics, after defying expectations to increase Labour’s seat haul.
Theresa May gave no hint of having heard the general election result when she spoke on the steps of Downing Street today.
A Conservative MP has broken ranks to openly call for Theresa May to resign as Prime Minister.
Arlene Foster has said the DUP will use the ten seats they won at the election to bring “stability” to the UK, after the Conservatives failed to achieve an overall majority.
Ukip ex-chairman Steve Crowther has taken charge of the party temporarily after Paul Nuttall quit in the wake of a bruising general election result.
Theresa May has confirmed she will stay on as Prime Minister and govern with the support of the DUP after the Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority.
Paul Nuttall has quit as Ukip leader after seeing the party’s support collapse in yesterday’s general election.
Theresa May has agreed a deal with the DUP which will see her continue as Prime Minister.
Nicola Sturgeon has said the SNP must reflect on a night of “bitterly disappointing losses” after losing some of its key Westminster figures.
Brexit negotiations could be delayed while the UK works out how to handle last night’s shock election result, the EU has said.
Arlene Foster has said it will be “difficult” for Theresa May to stay on as Prime Minister, amid talks about the DUP propping up a Conservative minority administration.
A former Tory leader has issued a stern warning to his colleagues seeking to oust Theresa May after a bruising night for the Conservatives at the general election.
Labour will try to form a minority government after last night’s astonishing election result that left Britain with a hung parliament, John McDonnell said today.
Theresa May has no intention of resigning as Prime Minister despite the Conservatives losing their Commons majority.
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Seven Tory ministers have lost their seats as the Conservatives were pegged back by a resurgent Labour party.
A former Tory minister has called on Theresa May to "consider her position" as the Conservatives lost their Commons majority at the general election.
Alex Salmond lost his seat to the Conservatives as the SNP endured a night of hugely disappointing election results.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Theresa May to resign and allow Labour to form a government “that will be truly representative of all of the people of this country”.
Former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has lost his seat in Sheffield Hallam in a huge blow for the Liberal Democrats.
Nigel Farage has said he would have “no choice” but to re-enter the political frontline if Jeremy Corbyn leads a coalition government after the election.
Labour has "changed the face of British politics", Jeremy Corbyn has said as the party made sweeping gains across the UK.
George Osborne tonight became the first senior Tory to cast doubt on Theresa May’s future as party leader after a shock exit poll suggested the Conservatives will lose their Commons majority.
Britain is on course for a hung Parliament after a surge in Labour support deprived the Conservatives of an overall majority, according to the election exit poll.
Analysis and reaction as the election results come in from across the country.
Missing the cut and thrust of campaigning already? Thought so. Luckily PoliticsHome is on hand with some of the parties' highlights and low-lights over the past seven weeks.
The last poll to be published in the election campaign has given the Conservatives an eight-point lead over Labour.
In the final two days of the snap election campaign, I followed Theresa May on a whistle stop tour of Britain. She visited a farmhouse, a home store and a science festival and held numerous planned 'chats' with friendly voters. She took questions from journalists 19,000 feet in the air on a private jet and was lucky enough to meet a "really good" boules player. All in all she covered almost 800 miles and stopped in nine marginal constituencies... and it was dry.
Voting is underway across the country, as the public choose their MPs for the next parliament.
Labour almost matched the Conservatives in big donations in the fourth week of the election campaign after the Tories dominated previous periods, new figures reveal.
The final pre-election polls have pointed to a Conservative win in today’s general election – but they remain divided on whether the Tories are heading for a comfortable majority or a narrow victory.
Read, in full, the final statements issued by party leaders as the public begins voting in the general election.
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