Miliband's 'Ed Stone' found: limestone policy slab located in south London warehouse
The hunt for Ed Miliband’s missing ‘Ed Stone’ is officially over.
The hunt for Ed Miliband’s missing ‘Ed Stone’ is officially over.
Jim Murphy has announced his intention to resign as Scottish Labour leader next month following a "comprehensive" reappraisal of the party.
Douglas Carswell has made a public attack on Nigel Farage’s position as leader after a week of internal party fighting, saying that he should "take a break".
Tony Blair realised Labour was likely to confound the pollsters and lose the general election at a precise moment. It came when a man cleaning his Ford Mondeo told him he intended voting Tory for the first time.
DUP leader and First Minister Peter Robinson has called for unionists to put their post-election fall-out behind them and work together at Westminster.
Rupert Murdoch has given David Cameron’s new Cabinet his stamp of approval, opining that the Prime Minister’s picks for his inner circle are “surprisingly good”.
As the field for the Labour leadership stakes languidly trots towards the starting stalls, the answer to at least one of the anguishing questions raised on May 7 becomes apparent. Anyone wondering whether this general election was more or less catastrophic for Labour than that...
Nigel Farage has withdrawn his resignation and will remain Ukip leader following uproar among the party membership.
David Cameron has announced that Theresa Villiers will remain as the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland as he appoints the new Cabinet.
As the dust settles on the general election and David Cameron gets back to work in Downing Street, Darwin Templeton looks at 10 questions that will be answered over the next 12 months.
After the last election, we had four women returned to Westminster, now we have two. If this pattern continues, next time round the Northern Ireland female MP will be an extinct species.
There was no sign of the spirit of the unionist pact when the bitter rivalry between the DUP's David Simpson and the UUP's Jo-Anne Dobson was laid bare at the Upper Bann count.
In the end it was a fight too far for the self-proclaimed Ginga Ninja.
He may have been virtually unknown outside West Belfast and in reality he was a loser, but Gerry Carroll looked every inch the winner as he acknowledged the roars of supporters after his remarkable tally of votes was announced.
The 2015 general election has been slated as one of the nastiest in memory with allegations of dirty tricks, slurs and a lack of courtesy in victory.
Ousted MP Naomi Long was among the main losers from the general election - but she could soon be back in action in the Assembly.
Unionism is returning to Westminster with more seats but less influence than they had hoped for.
The return of Gregory Campbell as MP for East Londonderry was the least surprising result announced seven-and-a-half hours after the polling stations closed.
There was little fuss or bother over Jeffrey Donaldson's surging 13,000 majority win in Lagan Valley.
Alasdair McDonnell was late for his own party.
It was really only ever a one-horse race in East Antrim and the win by Sammy Wilson with 12,103 votes - almost double the UUP total - clearly proved it.
It was a constituency described as having the potential of being a close call - and the prediction proved correct.
A pat on the back and a punch of the air signalled the end of 14 years of Sinn Fein rule in Fermanagh/South Tyrone.
David Cameron has vowed to govern for the whole of the United Kingdom as he returned to No 10 at the head of a majority Conservative government, while the Scottish Nationalists virtually swept the board north of the border.
The Foyle constituency win for Mark Durkan was predictable - but even the party could not have foreseen such a handsome increase in his vote.
Jim Shannon fought back tears during an emotional acceptance speech as he dedicated his re-election to his father who died just 10 weeks ago.
Margaret Ritchie certainly had her cake and ate it after another strong performance in South Down.
There was a celebratory kiss from his wife Fiona as well as impromptu selfies and being carried aloft on the shoulders of supporters.
Lady Sylvia Hermon has vowed to retain her independence after she was re-elected with an enormous majority.
Sinn Fein's Francie Molloy romped home in Mid Ulster with a substantial majority - but courted controversy with an immediate jibe at the DUP's Rev William McCrea.
Gerry Kelly accepted his pantomime villain role with relish.
Sinn Fein's Mickey Brady produced an inevitable win in Newry & Armagh as he protected his party's Westminster seat convincingly.
David Cameron put a stamp of continuity on the first Cabinet of the new Conservative Government, reappointing four of his most senior ministers to the posts they occupied before Thursday's dramatic General Election.
A returning Conservative MP giggled like a schoolboy after one disgruntled voter drew a penis next to his name on their ballot slip - only for the vote to count.
Russell Brand has said that he regrets getting swept up in party politics ahead of the General Election.
David Cameron has returned to 10 Downing Street for another term as Prime Minister and has announced he will lead a majority conservative government.
Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage have resigned as party leaders of Labour, the Liberal Democrats and Ukip.
David Cameron’s certain return to head the British Government poses big immediate problems for Ireland.
The Conservatives are already planning to introduce the huge surveillance powers known as the Snoopers’ Charter, hoping that the removal from government of the Liberal Democrats that previously blocked the controversial law will allow it to go through.
Nick Clegg has resigned as the leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Our team of reporters bring you updates from the polling stations throughout the day - and live updates once the counts begin in Belfast South, East, West and North, Upper Bann, Fermanagh and South Tyrone, East Londonderry, Lagan Valley, South Down, North Down,...
The DUP has retained its position as the largest party in Northern Ireland but the UUP is arguably celebrating harder after landing two surprise wins in the General Election.
The nature of elections is that a candidate will get the odd crank letter.
The SNP was set for a spectacular success with early predictions that the nationalists could win all but one of Scotland's 59 seats in the general election.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage appeared to be heading for defeat in South Thanet early this morning.
Tom Elliott ended Michelle Gildernew’s 14-year hold on Fermanagh/South Tyrone in what is arguably the biggest Northern Ireland upset of election night.
Ed Miliband may be forced to step down as leader if exit polls suggesting that the party has lost nearly 20 seats are right, senior Labour figures have suggested.
If it's possible to be quietly cock-a-hoop, that was the mood music emanating from within the DUP early today.
The DUP is poised to play a key role in forming the next Government after a night of electoral drama.