Live: General election 2019 results and exit poll

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Credits  Ben Stansall /AFP via Getty Images Follow the results live with The Week’s general election live blog One-Minute Read The Week Staff Thursday, December 12, 2019 - 9:30pm This is it. In half an hour’s time, polling stations up and down the country will close their doors and vote counting will begin in one of the most important general elections of a generation. See related  Who will win the general election? Voting day poll results and odds What is an exit poll? Election night: definitive hour-by-hour guide Will Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party have secured a majority, or has a last-minute surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party puncturedthe prime minister’s plans to “get Brexit done” as soon as possible ? Both parties have said that today’s vote offers a stark choice, but what will the electorate decide? The Week will be covering all of the night’s drama as it happens, with results and analysis from across the British media here on our election live blog. Joi

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