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- General election 2017 results and reaction from across Yorkshire
- Nick Clegg loses his seat at Sheffield Hallam
- Lib Dems Greg Mulholland loses Leeds North West seat to Labour
- Conservatives hold Harrogate and Knaresborough
- Brexit Secretary David Davis retains Haltemprice and Howden seat
- Labour hold Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough
- Conservative vote holds up in rural North Yorkshire
BBC Local Live, Yorkshire
That's all from us for today. What a 24 hours...
Certainly the 2017 general election has given us something that could have ramifications for years to come.
Here are the winners and losers across Yorkshire:
- Perhaps the biggest of the losers was Nick Clegg (above left), former leader of the Lib Dems and former Deputy Prime Minister. His seat, Sheffield Hallam, went to Jared O'Mara (above right), with a majority of more than 2,000
- In West Yorkshire, Conservative Kris Hopkins lost his seat to Labour's John Grogan, but by a very small 249 majority
- Another Lib Dem to lose out, again to Labour, was Greg Mulholland who lost out to Alex Sobel in Leeds North West
- And in East Yorkshire, Hull West and Hessle has a new MP after Labour's Emma Hardy replaced Alan Johnson, who held the seat for 20 years before standing down
We'll see you again from 06:30 on Monday morning for the latest breaking news from across Yorkshire. Phew.
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Here's a handy visualisation of the winners and losers in the general election.
As you can see, there's a little less blue and orange and a little bit more red:
Campaigners have lost a High Court challenge over plans for a visitor centre at York's Clifford's Tower.
They've been fighting against Historic England's plans to build the centre and a cafe at the site which dates back to the 13th century. They say it resembles a "toilet block" and would "spoil the site".
English Heritage was granted permission to build the £2m visitor centre last October.
They said the project would enhance access to the site and work was due to begin in November.
Those against the plans have been given a fortnight to ask the Court of Appeal to consider their case.
The Conservative leader of East Riding Council says the situation after the general election is "a complete mess".
Speaking to BBC Radio Humberside, Stephen Parnaby has said he doesn't think Theresa May has a long-term future as party leader.
He said: "I think there was an awful lot of complacency and there was a lot of expectation. Frankly I think the election campaign was poor."
Flights to and from Leeds Bradford Airport were grounded for a short time at the weekend after a drone was flown over the site, it's been revealed.
The West Yorkshire Police helicopter was scrambled at about 13:00 last Saturday when air traffic control alerted officers to an infringement of their airspace.
The helicopter tracked the drone to the Eccup area, but the people who were remotely flying it couldn't be found and today police are appealing for more information.
Planes were told to remain on the ground while the search was being conducted, police say.
Clearly the airport is controlled airspace and any unauthorised flying in that area presents obvious risks."
BBC Radio Sheffield
The former head of the civil service and ex-chief executive of Sheffield City Council has spoken of his concern for the country after yesterday's general election.
Lord Kerslake, who is also chair of the board of governors at Sheffield Hallam University, helped prepare the Conservatives for potential coalition negotiations ahead of the 2015 election.
He's been telling me whether he thinks Theresa May has the authority to remain as prime minister:
BBC Local Live, Hull
An exam board has apologised for "poorly wording" an A Level psychology exam question, weeks after making an error in a GCSE paper.
Students were faced with a question asking them to "calculate the mean percentage of words", normally seen in a maths exam.
Exam board OCR has since apologised and said it would "correct this in our marking".
Damian Walmsley, deputy head teacher at St Mary's College in Hull, said students who sat the exam on Wednesday had been left "disconcerted and confused" by the question.
"The exam was stopped briefly by the invigilator, who contacted the exam board and got advice for students to ignore the question," he added.
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South Yorkshire is now a sea of red after former Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg lost his Sheffield Hallam seat to Labour.
The other 13 South Yorkshire seats remained with Jeremy Corbyn's party, and the successful candidates have been speaking about their wins.
Sarah Champion, who remains MP for Rotherham after increasing her majority by 3.9%, had this to say following her re-election:
The Barnsley East constituency was always going to have a new MP after Michael Dugher announced he wouldn't seek re-election.
The successful candidate there was Labour's Stephanie Peacock, who gave this reaction to her victory:
Labour's John Grogan is one of the new MPs for West Yorkshire in Keighley following the general election.
Mr Grogan took the seat from Conservative Kris Hopkins, but by only 249 votes.
Mr Grogan says that although he didn't vote for Jeremy Corbyn as leader, he gave the party a "marvellous campaign".
He added that the Labour leader has given the party hope:
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Hull City's new head coach Leonid Slutsky is due to arrive in East Yorkshire next week to take over the role left vacant by Marco Silva.
He said: "I am delighted to become the head coach of Hull City and I am very much looking forward to the challenge of guiding the club back to the Premier League.
"I already know that this is an important club with a big and loyal fanbase. I've had a good feeling about it ever since meeting the Allam family and I can't wait to get started," he added.
The votes are counted and we now know who the winners and losers were.
While we wait to see what happens next, let's look at the cold hard facts of how Yorkshire voted in the 2017 general election:
Presenter, BBC Radio Sheffield
Labour's Jared O'Mara is coming to terms with being elected the new MP for Sheffield Hallam, ousting Nick Clegg of the Lib Dems - the party's former leader - in the process.
He's the first ever Labour MP for the constituency and his parents joined me to share how pleased they are with the news:
There were extra officers on duty at election counts across the country last night.
These officers were on patrol at the Guildhall in Hull:
And there were armed officers on duty at the count in Boston:
A third man has been charged with the murder of a footballer's brother in Leeds in January.
Raheem Wilks, 19, the brother of Leeds United's Mallik Wilks, was shot near Too Sharps barbers in Harehills.
Keiran Hunt, 29, from Harehills, is due to appear at Leeds Magistrates Court charged with his murder.
Keal Richards, 21, of Francis Street and Jaydn Manners, 23, of Louis Street in Chapeltown have also been charged with murder.
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Hull City has become the first club in England to employ a Russian as Head Coach.
The former Russia and C.S.K.A. Moscow boss Leonid Slutsky has been named as Marco Silva's replacement.
He says he has a "good feeling" about the club.
A minute's silence has been held at the start of the inquests into the 22 people who died in the Manchester Arena attack.
Five of the victims were from Yorkshire.
They died when suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a home-made device in the arena's foyer on 22 May following an Ariana Grande concert.
Det Supt Jonathan Chadwick told the hearing the bomb was "designed to kill and maim indiscriminately".
Coroner Nigel Meadows said the inquests at Manchester Civil Justice Centre would be adjourned until 24 November.
The newly-elected Conservative MP for Selby and Ainsty, Nigel Adams, tweets:
He's right. More than half of the electorate in his constituency voted for him, but Labour increased their share of the vote by 7.3%, to his increase of 6.2%.
He was still fairly comfortable, however, with a majority of 13,772.
As is the national picture, UKIP were the big losers, with their vote dropping by almost 11%.
BBC Local Live, Yorkshire
A man from Doncaster who dressed as a fish finger during the general election campaign while standing as an independent against Tim Farron in the Westmorland and Lonsdale constituency has failed in his bid to oust the Lib Dem leader.
Mr Fishfinger finished fourth in the poll behind the Lib Dems, the Conservatives and Labour:
During the night Mr Fishfinger spoke to BBC Radio Cumbria about why he stood dressed like he did:
Theresa May has just left Downing Street for Buckingham Palace.
Despite failing to win a majority in the general election, she's expected to ask the Queen for permission to form a new government.
With elections come statistics...
Sometimes they're difficult to comprehend, hard to follow. There are exit polls, forecasts, turnout numbers - a whirlwind of facts, stats and spin, leaving you feeling dull and battered.
Other times, for varying reasons, they leave you shocked and startled. Here's a couple that fall into the latter category.
Between them two North Yorkshire candidates have been alive for 106 years and have a massive 68 years age gap between them.
The oldest candidate in North Yorkshire was Gordon Johnson, an Independent in Scarborough who won 82 votes. He's 87-years-old.
Meanwhile, 68 years his junior is the youngest candidate in the county who was 19-year-old Jack Render.
Jack stood as a candidate for The Yorkshire Party in Skipton and Ripon and won 1,539 votes.
Britain has a hung parliament and not the increased conservative majority predicted by some when the general election was announced on 18 April.
The Conservatives have more seats than any other party, but they don't have enough for a workable majority in Westminster.
Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford's Labour MP, Yvette Cooper, held her seat overnight and says Theresa May made the election a "referendum on herself":
One of the victims of the general election was Lib Dem Greg Mulholland.
His old constituency of Leeds North West saw a huge swing to Labour of 14%.
But he's not letting that affect him.
He's already changed his Twitter profile to change his job to "singer-songwriter":
We have one of the of the most dramatic results in recent General Election history.
Instead of the expected clear increased majority in the House Of Commons, the Conservatives lost seats and we have a hung parliament.
All North Yorkshire MPs kept their seats and the Conservatives continue to form a ring around the Labour seat of York Central.
Here's Phil Bodmer to round up what happened in England's largest county:
Reporter, BBC Look North
The 2017 general election has been a particularly unusual election for one of our politicians who became an overnight internet sensation.
A campaign video featuring the East Yorkshire Conservative MP Sir Greg Knight was shared around the world and became one of the most watched of the entire campaign.
Here's his story:
Experts and politicians of all parties have spoken during the general election campaign about the impact young voters could have.
Two young voters from South Yorkshire are Charlie Heywood-Heath who voted Conservative and Amy Smith who voted Labour.
How do they feel about the result of the electoin and the political picture in the UK in the future?
Reporter, BBC Radio Sheffield
The Conservative spokesman for South Yorkshire, Spencer Pitfield, has been giving me his reaction to the general election result.
Mr Pitfield, who was standing for the Conservatives in the Chesterfield constituency, feels the next few days will be tricky for his party and hasn't ruled out a return to the polls:
BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire
More on the news that UKIP leader Paul Nuttall's announced at a press conference in Boston, Lincolnshire, that he's resigning his post.
He says the party's been a victim of its own success.
He came third in Boston and Skegness.
Mr Nuttall says: "We forced the referendum and we helped win Brexit and some people mistakenly think our job is done but it's not.
"What a hubristic, foolish and politically naive election to call. It has put our Brexit at risk."
Paul Nuttall has resigned as the leader of UKIP after his party failed to gain a single seat in Westminster.
He stood for election in the Boston and Skegness constituency and came third.
Voted for Hilary Benn in Leeds Central?
The Labour MP says thanks.
Mr Benn increased his share of the vote in his seat by 15.2% with the Conservatives also making a small gain of 3.2%.
It's still a very safe seat for Labour:
In political terms, North Yorkshire remains a sea of blue surrounding the tiny red dot of York Central.
There are eight parliamentary constituencies in North Yorkshire, seven of them have re-elected conservative MPs. Rachel Maskell remains the areas only Labour MP.
What do you think of the election result? Here's what some people in York think:
Conservative Stuart Andrew has held onto his Pudsey and Horsforth seat, but by a much reduced majority of 331, with labour gaining in the constituency by 9.2%.
A recount was held, the returned MP said "it has been a very tense night" but called it a "disappointing night" for the party as a whole.
In an interview on BBC Radio Leeds he said that the party now has some "serious messages from the public to think about."
We've got some serious questions to ask ourselves as a party. There were certain things about the campaign that weren't effective."