A new YouGov poll for ITV indicates that UKIP are on course to win its first ever Welsh election seats. And not just one. Potentially eight.
The Greens only won one seat, but they got a record share of the vote and can build and expand for next time round.
The Conservatives are relatively safe for five years. They could lose their majority through by-elections, but they are still the political top-dogs.
Ed Miliband took over as Labour leader after the party’s loss in 2010. He then went onto lose the general election, but how will history judge him?
The general election reduced Nick Clegg’s party to just 8 MPs, but the party now has a leadership election which could decide its future.
One of the front-runners in the Labour leadership race, Chuka Umunna, has pulled out.
Following Ed Miliband's resignation as Labour leader the party is now in search for a new leader. Who's in the running?
Whether or not Ed Miliband was the reason Labour did so badly is up for debate, but it arguably played a part.
After the Liberal Democrats suffered a terrible defeat on election night, and with Nick Clegg stepping down the party needs a new leader. Who?
Whilst most of the post-election focus is on the Conservatives, UKIP and the SNP, it is the Greens who have had some big successes.
Goldman Sachs has warned that a Labour victory in the general election - and particulary a tie-up with the SNP - would be bad for British business and could damage confidence in the economy and financial markets.
The Daily Mail reports that Rothschild is believed to be considering the move after Ed Balls promised to introduce a windfall tax on bankers’ bonuses in the first year of the next parliament if Labour comes to power.
The Conservatives have failed in Scotland at successive general elections, but if the Scottish Conservatives are to ever be successful again, they need to disband and let a new centre-right party take over.