So, as we sign off after another eventful post-election night of politics, here's a quick recap of what Thursday brought:
- The row at the top of UKIP dominated political headlines throughout the day, concluding with Nigel Farage making clear he intended to remain as leader
- Elsewhere, Chancellor George Osborne set out plans to devolve powers over housing, transport, planning and policing to English city areas that agree to elect a mayor
- Shadow international development secretary Mary Creagh declared her candidacy for the Labour leadership
- Liberal Democrat MP Tim Farron confirmed he will stand in the party's leadership election, saying he believes it "must be saved"
That's it for tonight folks, our colleagues will be back with you from 06:00 BST tomorrow.