By taking lots of votes, Conservatives are winning seats with no increase vote share.
The results are in and Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has won the 2019 General Election with an historic landslide majority, prompting fresh concerns about the strength of environmental regulations in the United Kingdom post-Brexit.
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He added: "Labour requires a leader that understands where people are coming from".
Experts said the party's pledge to cancel Brexit altogether without a vote if it was elected was unpopular.
But regardless of what drove voters' decisions, Labour was wiped out in many of its former heartlands as the Tories broke through the so-called "red wall" in the Midlands and the North.
The party's deputy leader Ed Davey and president Sal Brinton have been appointed as joint leaders and a leadership election will take place in the new year.
Former Labour Lord High Chancellor Lord Falconer said the party needs a new leader "as soon as we reasonably can".
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We've indicated that if we get a functioning majority - a Conservative majority in parliament - we will move things forward. He added that "no stone will be left unturned" when it comes to the election review.
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Speaking to BBC News, Lord Falconer said: "I want him (Mr Corbyn) to go in such time that it takes to have a reasonable leadership election and I have in mind by March, April of next year".
"This is not a normal election for a whole myriad of reasons".
"Because now is the moment, precisely as we leave the European Union, to let those natural feelings find renewed expression in building a new partnership which is one of the great projects for next year", he said, adding that the he wanted to work with the European Union as "friends and sovereign equals".
"We will get Brexit done on time by the 31st of January".
"We may be hurting tonight but we are not beaten".
"Not Brexit but Corbyn".
"I want to also make it clear that I will not lead the party in any future general election campaign", he said.
The night also saw Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn announce that he will step down from his role, Lib Dems leader Jo Swinson lose her seat, and prominent campaigner Zac Goldsmith and the Environment Audit Committee's (EAC) chair Mary Creagh lose their seats.
Addressing the crowd following news of her loss, she said "some will be celebrating the wave of nationalism that is sweeping on both sides of the borders" but adds "these results will bring dread and dismay".