The Liberal Democrats have lost their seat in a hung parliament, but that doesn’t mean they’re not in a strong position.
Here’s what you need to know.
The Liberal Democrat candidate in the North West West constituency seat of North West Leicestershire, Mark Durney, won the seat by a margin of 2,928 votes.
It was the second time in three weeks the Liberal Democrat party has won the West Midlands seat.
The seat had been held by the Conservatives since 1997.
What are the main issues?
The Liberals have a strong reputation for making the most of the opportunities it offers and, as the party leader, Mark Reckless has made the case that his party has an opportunity to win the seat back in 2020.
The Liberal party also has a strong focus on the rural areas of the country, particularly the North East and Midlands.
The party also campaigned hard for the inclusion of a carbon price in the election manifesto, with the aim of delivering a price of £50 per tonne by 2020.
There was also a significant boost for the Liberal party in the last election, with their candidates winning two seats.
In 2015 the party also secured their first Westminster seat in Scotland in 2020, and the party now has a seat in the Commons for the first time in over 20 years.
The Conservatives have also suffered a number of defeats in recent weeks, but are still the largest party in terms of seats.
The Tories have also gained some seats in recent years, but not enough to form a majority.
They have lost all of their seats in the past 10 years, with only one in their current seat.
What will happen in 2019?
The Conservatives will have a stronger majority in the House of Commons in 2019, as they will hold all of the seats in England.
However, the Liberals will have to form government in a number in order to govern, and will need to win more seats to secure a majority in Parliament.
They will also need to hold on to the seat of Wrexham, which has been held since 1997, as it is currently held by Labour, the Greens and UKIP.
This seat is currently represented by the Liberal Democratic Party, which is the third largest party.
The next general election will be held in 2021.
What happens next?
There are two general elections in 2021, one for the UK Parliament, and one for Westminster.
The Conservative Party will have its own election in 2021 and the Liberal democrats will be in government, but the Conservatives will hold on in power in the UK parliament.
It is the first general election since 2010, and it will be the first election since the 2015 general election.
The Labour Party, the Lib Dems and the SNP will be all in government.
The Scottish National Party will form a minority government, as will the Liberal Dems.
The Conservative party is likely to win a majority of seats in Parliament, which will leave them with a majority government in the next Parliament.
The first minister of Wales, which currently holds the position of Deputy First Minister, will take the role of Prime Minister.
The Speaker will be replaced by the Secretary of State for the Home Department, who will become the Government’s Secretary of the Treasury.
There will also be a new cabinet, with a new prime minister to take the helm of the government, with Deputy Prime Minister, Education Secretary and Culture Secretary all heading the cabinet.
The Prime Minister will become Chief Secretary to the Treasury, the new Chief Secretary of Defence and a new Defence Secretary.
The new Minister of State will be appointed by the new Speaker of the House, who is also the new Leader of the Opposition.
What do the parties stand for?
Theresa May has been elected as Prime Minister by the Conservative party, and has promised to govern as an “America first” Conservative government.
She will be joined by Amber Rudd as Home Secretary, and Tim Farron as Health Secretary.
A new government will also take the place of Labour in the British parliament.
What is the status of the EU?
Theresa May has promised a “United States first” Brexit and is likely at the centre of any future negotiations over the UK’s departure from the EU.
The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union was expected to happen in March 2019, but she has not yet announced when that will be.
The European Union has a free trade agreement with the UK, which means it has access to the Single Market and customs union.
This agreement has been the subject of much speculation, with many predicting a new trade agreement between the UK and the EU before the Brexit date.
Theresa Johnson is the Prime Minister’s second favourite, with 52 per cent of the vote, although many have been predicting a Labour-led government as a compromise.
She has promised that her government will take “the necessary steps” to leave the EU, but has not ruled out a second referendum if that happens.
There are still a number EU leaders who are unlikely to be convinced that the UK can remain in the single market