The exit poll suggests Sir Keir Starmer will become the new Prime Minister with 410 seats in the House of Commons.

The Tories’ 14 years in power will come to an end and they’re predicted to win in just 131 constituencies.

All of the early results have gone the way of Labour with former Justice secretary Robert Buckland losing his Swindon South seat.

Big names like chancellor Jeremy Hunt and defence secretary Grant Shapps are likely to be voted out as well.

Elsewhere the Lib Dems are predicted to become the third biggest party with 61 seats.

They’re already declaring they’re confident of victory in 12 constituencies.

Reform could have 13 MPs at the end of the night and they’ve come second in some of those places already declared.

The SNP look to be having a bad night as the exit poll suggests they’re losing all but 10 of their MPs.

Sir Ed Davey’s Liberal Democrats are on course to do a demolition job on the Conservative ‘blue wall’ in the Home Counties.

Early projections suggested they might claim around half a dozen seats in Surrey.

These include Goldaming & Ash where chancellor Jeremy Hunt is hoping to be re-elected.

Other Surrey seats set to switch from Conservative to Liberal Democrat include Esher & Walton and Epsom & Ewell.

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