Politics 7 May 2010 Five big stories from the night (so far) Here’s what you may have missed. Print HTML If you're just waking up, or simply need a recap, here are the biggest stories of Thursday night/Friday morning, so far: 1. What's gone wrong for the Lib Dems? This might not be such a game-changer for the third party. 2. Peter Robinson out: a sensational result First Minister of Northern Ireland loses his seat. 3. Britain's first-ever Green MP elected Historic win for Caroline Lucas in Brighton Pavilion. 4. BNP fails to secure seats in Barking and Stoke Central Nick Griffin is not elected to government, as Labour vote in Barking goes up. And, of course . . . 5. Lembit's out! Party star ousted by the Tories. Follow the New Statesman team on Facebook. › There will be fewer independent MPs after this election Jon Bernstein, former deputy editor of New Statesman, is a digital strategist and editor. He tweets @Jon_Bernstein. Subscribe More Related articles Live blog: Jeremy Corbyn hit by shadow cabinet revolt Who is in Jeremy Corbyn's new shadow cabinet? Are the Conservatives getting ready to learn to love the EEA?