Labour to win Norwich South comfortably. Greens second, Tories third, the sitting MP Simon Wright vying with UKIP for fourth place.
Labour scrape in in Norwich North, ahead of Tories.
Labour retain control of the City Council.
Nigel Farage fails to get elected. Mark Reckless gets beaten in Rochester, and Douglas Carswell is UKIP's only MP.
Labour lose a shed load of seats in Scotland to the SNP, but it's not the total apocalyptic wipe out that's been predicted, with them holding on to half a dozen. Jim Murphy wins his seat, Douglas and Danny Alexander lose theirs.
The Lib Dems lose more than half of their seats, Nick Clegg hangs on to his thanks to tactical voting by Tories.
Caroline Lucas hangs on to her seat in Brighton, but is still the only Green MP
Despite Labour picking up seats from the Tories and Lib Dems, the Conservatives are still the largest party. Cameron claims the moral right to remain PM, and is backed by the media. However, Miliband is able to cobble together a loose working arrangement with SNP members and some of the Lib Dems - though not Clegg - and is able to form a government.
The right-wing media are apoplectic with rage.