If you're just joining us, then welcome! It was a historic victory for the Conservative Party in the UK general election.
Boris Johnson gambled and it paid off. He is the UK Prime Minister, has a handsome majority and the main opposition party has been decimated.
But what happens next on results day? Johnson is expected to make the traditional post-election journey to Buckingham Palace for an audience with the Queen. A re-elected prime minister is not required to see the Queen in person, but there has been no suggestion that Johnson will miss the opportunity to meet Her Majesty.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is likely to speak in the wake of his pledge to resign following his party's disastrous showing. A happier SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon, whose party won 48 seats -- 13 more than in 2017 -- is also expected to speak at an event in the Scottish capital Edinburgh.