Log in using your social network account. The Guardian 's Alberto Nardelli agrees. Shadow chancellor Ed Balls loses his seat to the Conservatives following a recount.
David Cameron announces he will form a new government after visiting the Queen at Buckingham Palace following his resounding victory that delivered the Conservatives an outright majority for the first time since 1992. What's on the PM's to-do list? First key seat 1. Deleting comment...
Emotional Nick Clegg calls defeat 'crushing' 11. UK results. Christian Peoples Alliance have the following results: Nicola Sturgeon, centre, is surrounded by joyous SNP members and supporters. UK results after 650 of 650 seats. Mhairi Black, who will return to university to complete her exams before taking her seat in the House of Commons, will be the youngest MP since 1667, Buzzfeed reports. Reuse content. Update newsletter preferences.
Skip to main news content Skip to news search Skip to news navigation Skip to All 4 navigation. DUP have the following results: In his concession speech following a recount of the ballot, Balls congratulated his political opponents and thanked his campaign team.
General Election 2015: All the parties spent the final days of the campaign planning for coalition negotiations, which are expected to start on Friday. A mug's game for this election months away, but my predictions in order of likelihood: In a recent Telegraph article, Martin Baxter , founder of Electoral Calculus, raises the prospect that the Conservatives could be the largest party, but might still not be able to form a majority even with the Lib Dems.
LAB have the following results: Mark Steel. He resigns soon afterwards, insisting he has "never felt happier", with a "weight lifted off his shoulders" - but that he may return to contest leadership in September.
As for Scotland, I'm bewildered, but as you asked I'll say 30 seats for the SNP, which wipes out a breathing-space victory in seats for Labour. But a hung parliament is still by far the most likely outcome, and David Cameron is still only marginally more likely to be prime minister — 54 compared to 46 per cent.
Murphy's seat falls 3. Boy reunited with Lego man after dropping it in ballot box. He also pledged to "deliver that in-out referendum on Europe.