The 2017 UK General Election has ended in a hung parliament after the Conservatives failed to secure the majority pollsters had predicted in the run-up to yesterday's vote.
With just a handful of constituencies still to declare a winner, the Conservatives were projected to win 318 seats, Labour 261 and the SNP 35. This would mean Labour had gained 29 seats while the Tories...
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