George Galloway has been reported to the police over claims that he broke electoral law by tweeting an exit poll before voting had finished, according to an official in the Bradford West constituency.
It was a night of shocks and – for a number of well-known political faces – particularly painful defeats, as Labour was crushed in Scotland and the Liberal Democrats, too, lost a number of their star players across the UK, alongside other high profile surprises.
Ed Miliband’s political future is hanging in the balance if the exit poll is correct, senior Labour figures have conceded.
Scottish National party leaders expect the party to wield far greater power at Westminster after the general election by winning seats on key committees and earning substantial Commons speaking rights.
The exit polls commissioned by BBC, ITV and Sky News have the Conservatives on 316 seats, by far the largest party, while Labour are predicted to win 239 seats.
The results are in for the general election's exit poll. Read them here.
Police and election officials in Scotland have issued warnings to polling stations and local commanders after radical nationalists urged voters to photograph their ballot papers and follow ballot boxes to count centres on Thursday night.
Nick Clegg’s chances of striking a quick deal with the Conservatives after the election were dealt a blow when former party leader Lord Steel let it be known his party should reject a further coalition.
With one day to go Nick Clegg’s party will likely be key in post election talks, but has his party backed itself into a corner?
With the election just one day away here are three constituencies that could be key in determining political decisions of the future.