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  From Nigel Dodds in North Belfast to Elisha McCallion in Foyle, the main parties suffered some blows.
  Your morning briefing for 13 December 2019.
  Key moments as the Conservatives win a clear majority in Parliament.
  Day 13 of BBC Sport's advent calendar looking back at the sporting decade features a unique celebration from one of Europe's...
  Seats held by Labour for generations across the Midlands and north of England are won by the Tories.
  Analysis in of the 2019 general election in maps and charts.
  Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson and the Conservatives' Zac Goldsmith are among those to lose their seats.
  As the results rolled in overnight, reaction came in fast.
  Nicola Sturgeon says there is a "renewed, refreshed and strengthened mandate" for indyref2.
  The prime minister says a series of gains in Labour heartland will give his government a "powerful mandate".
  Earlier Stephen Farry of Alliance won North Down.
  Jeremy Corbyn, Boris Johnson and Jo Swinson have spoken as the Conservatives head for a majority.
  The important moments of election 2019 night, as they happen.
  Labour loses Darlington, Bishop Auckland, Stockton South, Redcar and Tony Blair's former seat Sedgefield.
  Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson narrowly loses her seat, with the SNP winning in Dunbartonshire East.
  Government minister Zac Goldmsith has lost his south London seat to Liberal Democrat Sarah Olney.
  The photographer took the iconic image of Paul Simonon smashing his bass on a New York City stage.
  How The Clash’s iconic third album London Calling continues to inspire 40 years after its release.
  The move marks a fresh blow to rival Boeing as it deals with the fallout from its grounded 737 Max jets.
  The Labour candidate appears with her baby daughter at the count in her Walthamstow constituency.
  Two bodies are missing as six are airlifted off the island - despite the risk of another eruption.
  Labour had held the seat in every general election since 1918 apart from a brief spell in the 1970s.
  All the papers lead on the "exit poll sensation", with the "Tories set for biggest win since Thatcher".
  The shadow chancellor says Labour had hoped "other issues would cut through" in the campaign.
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