The election may be over - this one, at least - and today MPs from the South - old and new - were in Westminster.
Some were clearing their desks - others were finding their way around Parliament for the first time.
The new Labour MP for Oxford East, Anneliese Dodds, is looking forward to getting her office up and running in Westminster. She said Andrew Smith, who held the seat for thirty years, was a hard act to follow.
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David Lidington has been appointed Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary in a reshuffle of the cabinet.
It was also announced that Alun Cairns has kept his job as Secretary of State for Wales.
Mims Davies swore her allegiance to Theresa May after winning her Eastleigh seat with an increased majority.
The Conservatives regained the Hampshire seat with 28,889 votes to the Liberal Democrats' 14,710, the latter squeezed by a resurgent support for Labour who got 11,454.
The UKIP vote was massively reduced to 1,477 while the Greens finished fifth with 750.
Rachel Hepworth reports:
Rachel spoke to Mims Davies, the Liberal Democrat candidate Mike Thornton, and UKIP's Malcolm Jones.
Labour and the Greens are victorious in Brighton and Hove as the voters turn against the Tories. Tom Savvides has the details.
Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse joined passengers on the commute from Brighton today, where the Green Party's Caroline Lucas increased her vote, as did Labour winning an extra seat. Not surprising, then, on the so-called 'train of shame' - the one that's often late and some passengers say 'never on time' many were pleased with the result.
With the youth and student vote having been so high in the 2017 General Election, Sangeeta interviewed political expert, Adrian Pabst - who is a Reader in Politics at the University of Kent.
Our Social Affairs Correspondent Christine Alsford, compiled a special report about the youth vote.
The LibDems pulled off a big win in Sussex. Eastbourne has bounced to and fro between the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives for more than 25 years.
Last night it was the turn of Stephen Lloyd. He lost the seat 2 years ago. Last night he turned the tables. Derek Johnson reports on a political comeback.