With MPs due back in on Tuesday and then having to break off at some point for Christmas, the PM could have a busy week ahead.
Sir Rod Stewart told an audience in Birmingham that people had voted Conservative "because they want to get out of Europe".
Boris Johnson’s stunning general election victory means the UK’s departure from the EU is all but guaranteed. It's far from over though.
Theresa May thanked plenty of people for her win at her Maidenhead constituency but managed to leave out Boris Johnson completely from her speech.
Boris Johnson was cheered as he returned to Downing Street after being invited to form a government by the Queen following his general election victory.
The Prime Minister's dad was told he was “talking complete rubbish” when he made the comment on Channel 4.
His exhortation to ‘Get Brexit Done’ chimed with the desires of a nation which seems to be hankering to get it over and done with - and voters across the country handed him the mandate to finally effect Britain’s exit from the European Union.
A BBC graphic showed how Labour’s red wall in the north has crumbled as the Tories ate into it.
Boris Johnson's agreement with the EU should now pass if tonight’s exit poll is an accurate reflection of the general election outcome.
The 10pm poll suggests a looming disaster for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, with the party forecast to win just 191 seats.
An influential YouGov poll predicts a Tory majority of 28, but the high number of 'toss-up' seats mean a hung parliament remains within the margin of error.
'The message really resonates with people,' a leading political sociologist told Yahoo News UK.
Boris Johnson will head to the Uxbridge and South Ruislip count with a majority of just 5,034: the smallest defended by a PM since 1924.
ITV's Joe Pike tried to show the PM a photo of a four-year-old boy in an oxygen mask lying between coats on the floor at Leeds General Infirmary.
A church in the Prime Minister’s Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency held its election event last night but Mr Johnson did not participate.
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were also criticised on social media for taking a photo with the Prime Minister.