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As speculation continues over the future of Theresa May following the Conservative Party's result in the General Election, former Tatton MP George Osborne has described her as a 'dead woman walking'.
Speaking on the BBC he also said that it was just a question of how long she would remain on death row.
Mr. Osborne, who is now a newspaper editor, predicted that her future could be decided as soon as next week.
It's been described as a political earthquake and the revenge of the young.
Whatever your politics there have been some monumental changes in the North West.
Theresa May called the election hoping for a landslide. Instead, the Conservatives actually lost seats, falling short of winning an overall majority.
Our Political Correspondent Daniel Hewitt reports on a night of shock Labour gains and significant Tory losses.
Theresa May is currently on her way to meet with The Queen at Buckingham Palace to seek permission to form a new government.
Labour MP Frank Field held onto the seat of Birkenhead
Lucy Powell MP has been elected as the Chair of the new All Party Parliamentary Group for Greater Manchester.
The people of Britain have voted for "hope" and rejected austerity, Jeremy Corbyn said as he called for Theresa May to quit as Prime Minister.
In his acceptance speech after being re-elected in Islington North with an exit poll pointing to a hung parliament, the Labour leader said it was time for a government that is "truly representative of all of the people of this country".
He said the UK could be a "different and fundamentally better place" as he claimed Labour's campaign had changed politics in the country.
- General Election 2017 so far:
Turnout at the election is up in the seats declared so far.
After 131 results, the turnout stood at 67.31%, an increase of 2.28%. Labour sources claim the party has held Chester by "thousands" - the seat is a Tory target.
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A Blackburn Rovers fan has outscored the Liberal Democrats after he staged an election campaign to oust the owners of the beleaguered club.
"May didn't go to Chester or Barrow or Wirral West, constituencies with tiny Labour majorities because the Tories saw them as a given."