Current traffic to BBC News website
As the story of the election continues to unfold, we're seeing unprecedented levels of traffic to the BBC News website - it's looking like more than five million users since midnight according to the data we have so far, and thousands of searches every minute on our constituency result pages.
For such high usage, it's all been working pretty smoothly on the technical front, and we're working hard to make sure it stays that way. If the site is a bit slower for you at any time today, that's why.
Oh, and our journalists are also flat out bringing you the results, reaction and looking at what the outcome means across the UK. It's all at bbc.co.uk/election.
Update, 21:00: We've had the highest ever level of traffic in a single day to the BBC News website today - according to our provisional data so far, at the time of writing this, there have been more than 10m users on the site since midnight. Our previous day record was about 9.2m unique users, on 5 November 2008 for the Obama election victory.
Steve Herrmann is editor of the BBC News website.