A Hung Parliament: What Happens Next?

June 9, 2017

In a shock result for Theresa May, the snap UK election held on June 8th 2017 has yielded a hung parliament.

This means that no party has an overall majority. So what happens now?

The BBC has published a Q&A guide to answer your questions on what happens when no-one wins the election:


You can read a summary of the 2017 election results and the key points at-a-glance here:


The Guardian's live election results tracker can be found here:




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