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Please click the button below for my view of the position after May committed herself to resignation.
Here is the outcome compared to my predictions. I was dead right about Labour and the LibDems, missed the Green surge, and a tad too bullish about Brexit insurgence and Tory resilience.
(Figures are the actual number of seats for Great Britain at 1.30pm on Monday and projections for NI.)
The table below (which excludes Northern Ireland) shows that Remainers can point out that the the hard Remain vote exceeds the hard Leave vote. On the other hand, if we take it that those voting Tory and Labour can live with the "soft Leave" policy of their parties' leaders, then the overall leave vote prevails. Truth to tell, you can choose your own conclusions from a turnout of 37%, the day before the Prime Minister resigned.