“If Boris Johnson thinks saying no is the end of the matter then he is going to find himself completely and utterly wrong.”
“Anyone who challenges the system, of course the system will throw the kitchen sink at you.”
WATCH: “I’m glad my constituents aren’t as stupid as yours”, Thornberry told MP in a Leave seat, Flint alleges
The unseated MP for Don Valley has harsh words for the Labour frontbench over their Remain agenda. (Though Thornberry denies the claim.)
WATCH: Gove – “We were told 2014 was a choice for a generation – we are not going to have an independence referendum in Scotland”
“In this General Election we have just seen what happens when politicians try to overturn a referendum result.”
WATCH: Burgon – Voters concerned about Corbyn were just “repeating headlines from the Sun and the Daily Mail”
The Shadow Justice Secretary – and would-be Labour Deputy Leader – argues voters were convinced by “completely untrue” claims about racism and terrorist links.
“The UK has embarked on a wonderful adventure. We are going to recover our national self-confidence.”
WATCH: “I urge everyone to find closure and to let the healing begin” – Johnson’s Downing Street speech in full
“In this people’s government the work is now being stepped up to make 2020 a year of prosperity and growth.”
Johnson smiles as his entrance is greeted with whoops, cheers and applause in keeping with tradition.
“We did it – we pulled it off, didn’t we? We broke the gridlock, we ended the deadlock, we smashed the road block…the biggest Conservative majority since the 1980s.”
“We will deliver Brexit by January 31 and we’re going to unite our country and…what was the other thing?”
Plus: Leaders who will have to go and reflections on my eleventh general election. How things have changed.
The Prime Minister says that the election is “historic” and offers the chance to “respect the democratic will of the British people”.
The Labour leader holds his seat in Islington North with a 26,188 majority, but concedes defeat nationally.
The SNP win the constituency and are on course to do well in this general election.
“You can vote for Corbyn or the Lib Dems, or you can elect a Parliament that gets stuff done. That’s the future I want for Britain.”