The results of the General Election 2015 have been coming in since 11pm Thursday evening and will continue into Friday 8 May.
An exit poll has put the Conservatives ahead on 316 seats, with Labour on 239, the Liberal Democrats on 10, the SNP on 58 and Ukip on 2 as counting begins across the country.
- Results so far support main exit poll findings
- David Cameron looks set to remain Prime Minister
- Farage facing defeat in South Thanet, says Labour
- But Ukip look set to be 3rd party in the popular vote
- Exit poll gives Tories 316, but results suggest higher
- SNP to almost sweep Scotland, taking 58 of 59 seats
- Labour forecast to secure just 239, down 17 seats
- Liberal Democrats likely down to just 10 seats
- George Galloway could be about to lose Bradford West
- 326 needed to command a majority
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GENERAL ELECTION 2015