Mark Steyn writes:
It was a roller-coaster night: post-Brexit and post-Farage, the UKIP vote collapsed; the former Liberal Deputy Prime Minister lost his seat; and a Labour leader with supposedly no appeal beyond the hard left proved remarkably popular. There are now conflicting reports that the Prime Minister is either going to resign in a Cameronesque huff or cling to power. By convention, in a hung parliament the Queen first asks the leader of the largest party to try to form a government before she asks anybody else (like Corbyn). So presumably Mrs May will at least be staying on as caretaker while my old boss Boris Johnson or some other chancer decides to make a grab for the poisoned chalice.