Like it or not, Britain is leaving the EU.
The now former Labour leader's brother gives a short message of support.
As Labour tries to explain its defeat, look out for the following untruths.
Now that Farage is standing down, who comes next?
Even after the losses of last night, the Labour leader retains his conviction that his focus on inequality is right.
The New Statesman team continue to bring the latest news, analysis - and resignations.
Ukip's disappointment is compounded by its leader's failure to win a seat.
Black and minority ethnic representation in parliament is over 6 per cent for the first time ever, an increase of 50 per cent on last time.
Tim Farron is the most likely candidate.
This election's seen the biggest increase since 1997 - but it's still not speeding us towards equality.
The fundamentals - the Tories' advantage on leadership and the economy - reasserted themselves.
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