1. Conservative supporters cheering following exit poll result
2. People drinking
3. People watching TV
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Jack Rydeheard, Conservative supporter:
"I think it's fantastic. It's a big relief, looking at the exit polls as they are now. We have finally got that majority, a working majority, that we have not had for three and a half years. We have got the opportunity to get Brexit done and get everything else done that we have promised as well: that's investment in the NHS, schools, hospitals, you name it. It's finally a chance to break that deadlock in parliament."
5. Rydeheard chatting to fellow Conservative supporters
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard Newman, Conservative supporter:
"This vote to me shows that Labour's last three, four years of dithering and holding back and not doing anything essentially, holding the government back intentionally, that shows that that's not what the people wanted the opposition to do. To me that shows that the people of the country wanted the government to get on with it, essentially get it (Brexit) done."
7. Retiree Keith Schofield (centre) watching exit poll results on screen
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Keith Schofield, Conservative supporter:
"We want Brexit to get done. And with this majority it's so good, he (Boris Johnson) can go to the EU and say 'Look, I want a no deal, you cause any problems, and we have no deal'. And we can get out by 31 January. Because we do need a no deal, the EU always play us for mugs."
9. People mingling
10. Eno Mwamba speaking on his mobile
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Eno Mwamba, former banker, Conservative supporter:
"I feel the thing that has been crippling confidence coming from a banking perspective is there has been uncertainty. It's too early to close but it looks like this certainty has now been provided as Boris has said, get Brexit done and move on with the rest of the agenda, and I think that's something incredible."
12. Various of people drinking, talking, watching screens
Supporters of Britain's Conservative party celebrated on Thursday night after exit poll results suggested that prime minister Boris Johnsonâ€™s party has won the country's general election.
That outcome would allow Johnson to fulfil his plan to take the U.K. out of the European Union next month.
The survey predicts the Conservatives will get 368 of the 650 House of Commons seats and the Labour Party 191 seats. It projects 55 seats for the Scottish National Party and 13 seats for the Liberal Democrats, both parties that want to stop Brexit.
The poll, based on interviews with voters leaving 144 polling stations across the country, is conducted for a consortium of U.K. broadcasters.