Ed Miliband’s potential replacement said he has struggled with the extra attention he and those around him have received since announcing his bid on Tuesday.
The Liberal Democrats hosted a party last night to thank staff for their work during the election.
The number of selfies inside the House of Commons has never been higher.
Norman Smith had a bad case of the James Naughties.
He might be a conservative, but the prime minister’s message and tactics could be better suited to the Democrats than the Republicans.
The personal correspondence from the UK’s future king to the Blair government has been released.
A bruised Tim Farron tells BuzzFeed News why he shed tears over Simon Hughes, why he won’t change the party’s name – and why David Cameron’s victory could spell the “end of the Tory party”.
The SNP was renamed “NOPE” in the source code.
Including holding a vote on fox-hunting, building new nuclear weapons, and introducing “English votes for English laws”.
The Labour MP for Tottenham was confused with Julius Maada Bio.
He’s a man of his word. For three days, anyway.
“I’ve already got lost in parliament,” said one.
UKIP’s Nigel Farage is back as party leader after the executive committee rejected his resignation. But previously he’s said it wouldn’t be “credible” for him to lead the party if he wasn’t an MP.
The MP for Copeland told BuzzFeed News that whoever replaces Ed Miliband must do more to reconnect with people outside the big cities. If no one else comes forward, then he’ll consider it.
“In the past year I found myself losing faith in the party,” he said.
It’s fair to say John Whittingdale wants to see a few changes.
Celebrate good times, COME ON.
“Why did you kill Dobby?”
The current and former party leaders lined up together in central London to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
A record 30% of MPs are now women. But that does mean two-thirds are still men.
Like, where did all those Tory voters come from?
The Labour leader followed Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage in resigning after the Conservatives’ surprise election victory.
The Scottish Labour leader said circumstance conspired against his party, but he will not resign.
TL;DR: everyone resigned.
The deputy prime minister has seen his party’s presence in parliament reduced to just a handful of MPs.
Farage failed in his bid to become an MP. But he may well try again.
Miliband is about to stand down after a torrid election night for Labour. Who will be his successor?
Not everyone is pleased with the prospect of another Conservative government.