Stopping Brexit may prove an impossible task. Remainers are looking to the "Article 49 strategy": reapplying for EU membership.
Sinn Féin abstains.
The Tory surge was more spectacular than even insiders expected.
Having gone from eight seats to 10, they will now wield massive influence over the next government.
The Labour leader has done well enough not to face any questions about his job from the rest of his party.
The Tories are predicted to fall short of an overall majority. What do they need?
Labour could seek a "progressive alliance", while the Tories could prevail with Northern Irish support.
Could Labour, the Lib Dems, and the SNP kick the Tories out of power?
Ukip led the way to Brexit, but now the party is on track to win zero seats.
Could the opposition parties band together and form a government?
The game plan was for May to win a bigger Tory majority, which would give her the mandate to negotiate Brexit.