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Friday 7th May 2010

9.30pm David T Breaker on CentreRight: The LibDems may live to regret wishing for a hung parliament

8pm ToryDiary: 86% of Tory members prefer minority government to a coalition

7.15pm WATCH: Cameron offers a partnership to the Liberal Democrats

7.15pm Matt Sinclair on CentreRight: Hung parliament games

5.45pm Melanchthon on CentreRight offers "post-sleep analysis"

5pm Parliament: Full list of the Conservative MPs elected at the general election

4.15pm ToryDiary: Cameron moves to stop Mandelson - and govern Britain

CoOperation 3.45pm ToryDiary: Areas where co-operation between Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats is easy, possible, improbable and difficult

Screen shot 2010-05-07 at 14.40.532.30pm ToryDiary: David Cameron's statement about the election result

2pm Rolling blog update: Brown speaks to the country from Downing Street in advance of Cameron statement at 2.30pm 

11.45am ToryDiary: There will be a majority in this House of Commons in favour of First Past The Post

11.15am ToryDiary: Clegg hands Cameron to keys to Number 10

10.45am Rolling blog update: Nick Clegg says that the Conservatives have the right to try and form a government 

ConservativeHomeEditorial10.30am ToryDiary: Labour has lost the authority to govern; the Liberal Democrats have no mandate to prop Labour up; and David Cameron has the legitimacy to go it alone

10.15am Three videos from last night:

The morning after the night before...

At 10am, with 35 seats left to declare, the parties each have the following number of seats:

  • Conservatives - 290
  • Labour - 247
  • Lib Dems - 51
  • DUP - 8
  • SNP - 6
  • Sinn Fein - 4
  • Plaid Cyrmu - 3
  • SDLP - 3
  • Green - 1
  • Alliance - 1
  • Independent (Sylvia Hermon) - 1

ToryDiary: Rolling blog on developments during the course of today

Our post highlighting the Conservative hits and misses on the target list will be continue to be updated throughout the day as the final results come in

Melanchthon on CentreRight: "No deals with the Lib Dems.  Rule as a minority government.  Put forward the policies we believe in, and dare our opponents to vote them down."

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