Exit polls predict Theresa May’s Conservatives will form the largest party in the UK General Election – but may fall short of a majority, causing a hung parliament.
A joint BBC, ITV and Sky News election poll was released soon after 10pm BST when polling stations closed.
It puts the Tories on 314 seats, Labour on 266, the Scottish National Party (SNP) on 34, Liberal Democrats on 14, and UKIP on 0.
The survey was taken from 144 polling stations across Britain, asking voters at these stations to mark a mock ballot paper to show how they voted.
Similar exit polls have correctly predicted who would take the keys to Number 10 in the last five elections.