The First Minister admitted she “got over-excited” on Thursday night when cameras spotted her punching the air after Amy Callaghan beat Ms Swinson in East Dunbartonshire.
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 number of big-name MPs have lost their seats in the General Election, which saw the Conservatives storm to victory with a large majority.The Tories claimed swathes of the Labour heartlands after the prime minister’s “Get Brexit done” election message hit home with working-class Leave voters.The result for Labour was so bad its leader Jeremy Corbyn announced he would be resigning.READ MORE YAHOO NEWS HERE:Nicola Sturgeon criticised for wild celebration over Jo Swinson defeatThe night Jeremy Corbyn's socialist dream diedThe biggest moments from election nightThe well-known MPs who were ousted included Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson, Westminster DUP leader Nigel Dodds, Labour’s Laura Pidcock and Dennis Skinner.
The SNP leader was seen on camera looking delighted that her candidate had claimed a big scalp this morning.
Lib Dem activists closed ranks as climate protesters dressed as bees targeted the bus.
Everything you need to know about Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson ahead of the General Election on December 12, 2019.
The You Gov poll, published in the same week as the Lib Dems held their annual party conference, puts the Lib Dems on 23%, up four points on the previous poll
But there has been some disagreement over whether the male MP actually said: "Sit down, Nige" while Ms Swinson was speaking in the Commons.
Jo Swinson was shown to have supported a Labour amendment to the Government's Brexit motion on Wednesday night.