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The New Statesman team liveblogs the 2019 election results as they come in.
The next leader will be drawn from a largely neophyte parliamentary party.
By staying in post, as former Conservative leader Michael Howard did after winning a broadly comparable number of seats in 2005, Corbyn will control the succession.
The DUP’s likely electoral humbling could force it to compromise with Sinn Féin.
For anything other than a Tory victory we’d need an error well in excess of anything the exit poll has got wrong before.
Here’s a selection of the NS team’s best coverage of the 2019 election campaign.
The Tory peer John Randall – or Baron Randall of Uxbridge – represented his hometown for 18 years as an MP before Boris Johnson took over.
Labour’s broadband policy is simply the latest instalment in a long history of nationalising telecoms, in which Liberal and Conservative parties have led the charge.
The manner in which faith communities have been set against each other is unprecedented and dangerous.
In an environment swamped with competing information, our opinion of the messenger becomes more important than the truth.
Only the Lib Dems are defending the status quo, and bluntly I think we can safely say they are not going to form a government.