The 2019 General Election provided drama in abundance with Boris Johnson and the Tories painting hitherto Labour towns blue.

Some notable figures will not be sitting on the green benches with Jo Swinson and Nigel Dodds ousted in their constituencies.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was feeling the love after an epic victory Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA
Jeremy Corbyn said it would be his last election as leader as his dreams of power evaporated Credit: Joe Giddens/PA
Sinn Fein’s John Finucane celebrates with deputy leader Michelle O’Neill after winning in Belfast North Credit: Liam McBurney/PA
The DUP’s Nigel Dodds is embraced by leader Arlene Foster after losing the Belfast North seat Credit: Liam McBurney/PA
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon celebrates a successful night for the SNP Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA
Lib Dem candidate Sarah Olney kisses her husband Ben at St Mary’s University, in Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, after winning the Richmond Park constituency in a rare boost for her party Credit: Steve Parsons/PA
Labour’s John McDonnell retained his seat but acknowledged a bad night for the party at a count marred by fighting Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA
Stephen Farry of the Alliance Party with party leader Naomi Long after he won the North Down constituency Credit: Michael Cooper/PA
Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith was one Tory who had to accept defeat Credit: Steve Parsons/PA
Conservative Party MP Dominic Raab quickly confounded suggestions he might lose his seat Credit: Katie Collins/PA