Labour's pro-Brexit stance is not preventing it from winning the support of Remainers. Will that change?
The Tories will have no majority for divisive spending cuts in a hung parliament.
The party failed to win a single seat.
The shadow chancellor told BBC News that his party will seek to govern without coalition deals.
The leader has dramatically exceeded his opponents' expectations and secured his position.
The election could return a Parliament in which no party has a majority. Here's what that would look like.
Sinn Féin abstains.
The Tory surge was more spectacular than even insiders expected.
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?
Could the opposition parties band together and form a government?