Charles Kennedy, former Lib Dem leader has lost his seat in Ross, Skye and Lochaber as the night only gets worse for his party
Ed Miliband has held his seat and is speaking now
Ed Miliband: "This has clearly been a very disappointing and difficult night for the Labour Party"
Next government has a huge responsibility for keeping our country together, says Miliband
Miliband says he will go to London to wait for full results to come through
David Cameron has appeared similing with his wife Samantha in his constituency of Whitney he is expected to speak shortly
David Cameron has been declared winner in his seat of Whitney
Cameron hails a "very stong night for the Conservative party" with a "postive response to a positive campaign"
He says he wants to implement manifesto for "working people"
David Cameron says he wants to "govern for everyone" in our United Kingdom. In a political speech he promises to create a country where the "poorest can benefit" with "good schools for all our children". "I want to bring our country together," he says.
Boris Johnson is typically opaque when asked what are his prospects of becoming leader of the Conservative Party after today's results, according to the Telegraph: "My chances are approximately as good as being reincarnated as a) an olive b) a baked bean or c) a Rice Krispie," he said. "In other words they're diminishing the whole time."
British finance minister George Osborne has hinted at more devolution for Scotland, after a dominant performance by SNP north of the border.
"The Conservative Party has been shut out of Scotland for a long time. We have to do what people are telling us," he told the BBC. "We've got to reflect on the result and make the people feel part of a strong United Kingdom."
Osborne, who held onto his Tatton seat in north-west England, earlier said: "To bring the United Kingdom together ... is going to be one of the big tasks we now face."
One of the key discussion points likely to emerge from this election is that of whether the system is fair.
For instance, going by vote share on the results we have so far, UKIP is the third biggest party, with 12.4%.
But they have just one MP so far in parliament.
Even at this early stage, Conservatives are talking about what they can do to keep Scottish voters happy, with George Osborne already hinting at more devolution.
It's perhaps a reflection of the perilous situation the UK finds itself in this morning: a Scotland dominated by nationalists whose goal is independence set against England whose majority party, the Conservatives, want a UK.
Shadow Chancellor Ed balls has lost his seat in Morley and Outwood
A couple of key results to update you on:
UKIP's Mark Reckless has lost out to the Conservatives in Rochester.
Labour's Ed Balls continues a miserable night for his party by losing his seat.