In the first of our 60 second round-ups, exit polls have predicted a Conservative landslide victory with a majority of 86 seats.
The polls released earlier tonight show the Conservative party potentially leading with 368 seats, a gain of 50 seats from the 2017 election.
The Labour party is predicted to trail behind with a total of 191 seats won, whilst the Liberal Democrats are predicted to win 13.
The Scottish National Party is anticipated to win 55 seats, an increase of 20 from the 35 they won in 2017.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party has a prediction of no seats won and the Green Party just one seat.
In Wales, Plaid Cymru are expected to win three seats.
An exit poll is a poll taken from voters once they leave polling stations, asking how they voted.
Research is taken from 114 polling stations across England and Wales and 12 polling stations in Scotland.
From 2001-2017, the largest predicted party has been correct from exit polls compared to the actual result.