Election 2015

Election 2015 wins, losses and highlights in video

BBC cameras have captured key speeches and interviews from the election night, and morning after, which saw gains for the Conservatives and SNP, losses for Labour and the Lib Dems, with no major shift for the Greens, UKIP and Plaid Cymru.

David Cameron has returned to Downing Street, after his party secured 331 seats in the Commons, a majority of 12 over other parties.

CONSERVATIVE: Cameron on 'positive response to positive campaign'

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Media captionDavid Cameron: "Positive response to a positive campaign"

LABOUR: Ed Miliband steps down as Labour leader

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Media captionEd Miliband: ''It is time for someone else to take forward the leadership of this party''

SNP: Sturgeon says result 'beyond my wildest dreams'

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Media captionNicola Sturgeon: "The tectonic plates of Scottish politics shifted yesterday"

LIB DEM: Nick Clegg resigns as Lib Dem leader

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Media captionNick Clegg: "I must take responsibility and therefore I announce that I will be resigning as leader of the Liberal Democrats''

UKIP: Nigel Farage resigns as UKIP leader

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Media captionNigel Farage: "Part of me is happier than I have felt for many, many years"

GREEN: Bennett on 'Greens in centre of British politics'

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Media captionNatalie Bennett: "We are in a new place as the Green Party"

CONSERVATIVE: Boris Johnson wins Uxbridge and Ruislip South

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Media captionMr Johnson said that the Conservatives had seen some "extraordinary results" and went on to mention that it was his wedding anniversary

CONSERVATIVE: Cameron on 'the sweetest victory of all'

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Media captionDavid Cameron: "I think this is the sweetest victory of all"

LABOUR: 'No excuses' says Scotland's Labour leader

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Media captionLabour's leader in Scotland, Jim Murphy: ''We make no excuses''

LABOUR: Miliband on 'very difficult and disappointing night'

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Media captionEd Miliband reflects on a disappointing night for Labour

SNP: Salmond says 'Scottish lion has roared'

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Media captionFormer SNP leader Alex Salmond wins the Gordon constituency from the Liberal Democrats to take the Westminster seat

LIB DEM: Ashdown caught out on hat-eating promise

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Media captionPaddy Ashdown: "It's the very last time I will question a BBC exit poll"

UKIP: Reckless loses seat to Tories

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Media captionMark Reckless: "Today a majority of people in Rochester & Strood have decided to hire someone else"

GREEN: Caroline Lucas claims 'political system broken'

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Media captionGreen Party's Caroline Lucas: "This is the Green's most successful election campaign ever"

PLAID: Wood says Plaid will be 'strong voice'

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Media captionPlaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood says her party has laid down foundations for the 2016 Assembly elections

ULSTER UNIONIST: Tom Elliott on 'great victory for UK'

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Media captionTom Elliott said a unionist winning the seat of Fermanagh and South Tyrone represented a great victory for unionism

DUP: Robinson pays tribute to Long and McCrea

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Media captionPeter Robinson: "The union is going to be under pressure from Scottish nationalists"

SINN FEIN: Doherty says 'Happiness is winning West Tyrone'

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Media captionSinn Féin's Pat Doherty: "Happiness is winning or re-winning West Tyrone for Sinn Féin"

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