The Conservatives have secured a landslide win.
Boris Johnson says he's 'humbled' after the Tories secured a massive general election victory.
They've gained 47 seats - giving them what the British Prime Minister calls a 'stonking mandate' to deliver Brexit.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's confirmed he'll step down after they picked up the fewest seats since 1935.
The Liberal Democrats are looking for a new leader - after Jo Swinson failed to keep her seat. She lost to the SNP - who are now calling for another independence referendum.
Northern Ireland elected more nationalists than unionists for the first time - with DUP Westminster leader Nigel Dodds losing his seat.
The DUP finished with eight of the 18 seats, Sinn Fein claimed seven, the SDLP won two, and the Alliance Party finished with one.
Mounmellick's Olivia Rowley is a Labour Councillor in Yorkshire - she says it'll be hard for the party to recover from this defeat: