Theresa May remains prime minister despite disappointing election results for the Conservatives.
After calling the election in search of an increased majority, the Conservatives have emerged with 13 fewer seats than they held at the start of the campaign.
Labour - widely expected to lose seats to the Tories - made a net gain of 30 seats.
Of those seats it won, 28 came from the Conservatives, while of those it lost, six went in the other direction.
The BBC has spoken to former Tory voters in some of those lost seats to find out why they changed their minds.
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