Former Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg says can't see circumstances in which party would support Conservative administration
Nomura election model, based on results of the first two seats projects Conservatives to win 331 seats, Labour 250 seats - according to research note.
Nomura says the model will provide a better estimate once ten percent of seats have been declared. This should happen between 0100-0200 GMT. (The UK is currently on British Summer Time, BST, one hour ahead.)
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams says will not take its seats in British parliament.
Labour Party holds Washington & Sunderland West seat - Sky News
Former Conservative Finance Minister George Osborne says Theresa May will be Prime Minister if there is a majority; says there will be an enormous post-mortem on this result - ITV
From Reuters Commentary columnist Peter Apps (@pete_apps)
It's obviously very, very uncertain, and it's possible the Conservatives may still squeak through with more votes than the exit poll suggests.
But Theresa May wanted a mandate to negotiate a very hard Brexit—and even a modest majority might not be enough to safeguard that.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn looks like he's done better than expected. But the simple truth is that he hasn't managed to convince the country either.
Conservative Party hold bellwether seat of Nuneaton
Conservatives win 51.6 percent of votes in bellwether Nuneaton seat, Labour second with 41.3 percent - Sky News
UPDATE: UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd faces recount in her seat of Hastings - ITV
Labour hold closely fought seat of Darlington, was a key target for Conservatives
Conservatives hold closely fought seat of Swindon South - ITV
Nomura estimates British PM May on track to win 338 seats, based on exit polls and seats declared so far; says still too early to be sure of Conservative majority, alternative model shows Conservatives on 317 seats
Labour Party gains closely fought seat of Vale of Clwyd; first gain from Conservatives
Labour Party holds closely fought Wrexham seat
With 27 out of 650 election seats declared, Labour on 19, May's Conservatives on 7, others on 1 ; early results have historically favoured Labour
Labour Party gains Rutherglen & Hamilton West from the SNP
Conservative party holds closely fought Carlisle seat
Sterling falls further as betting odds shift in favour of Corbyn as UK Prime Minister