The UK General Election results (with the exception of one constituency as a candidate recently passed away, so their vote will be postponed until the 27th) are in. We have a Hung Parliament, which will prolong the political dithering. Yet this is still one of the most entertaining General Elections the UK has seen in the last few decades. Highlights are as follows; Jacqui Smith loses her seat. Now she'll have to pay for her husband's pornography herself rather than using tax payer money. Charles Clark loses his seat. He does not take this news too well when asked for an interview shortly after the given result. Lembit Opik loses his seat, nobody could have possibly seen this coming. His appearance on Have I Got News For You has him taking it in good humour with some hilarious retorts to a variety of jibes such as, "I'm not a politician!" and whipping out a harmonica for some impromptu busking. British National Party leader Nick Griffin suffering titanic losses and a wonderful lack of support. All this empowered by the BNP clearly tearing itself apart at the seams, and even more BNP candidates tarnishing their reputation as a result of engaging in street fights with a group of Asians. (Unfortunately the BNP candidate in this situation was an ex-Royal Marine and sadly gave one of the Asian boys a thorough kicking, hopefully he will suffer at the hands of the law). Esther Rantzen's plans of standing as an Independent MP are left in ruins, with a hilarious lack of support. She received less votes than the BNP in her constituency. Brighton goes Green! UK Independence Party takes a literal nose dive. Jesus Christ himself challenges Conservative leader David Cameron in his own constituency. On the other hand, a complaint to be made. Several polling stations across the country turned voters away due to either being understaffed, and so could not cope with the mass turnout (voters qued for up to three hours in some constituencies and were turned away at 22:00) or in some cases, running out of ballot papers before polling was closed. This is utterly ludicrous as each polling station has a complete list of all registered voters for its respective constituency, and as such it would only take a second to work out the number of ballot papers needed for the polling station. In addition a patronizing congratulations to Preston, who managed to allow a fourteen year old boy to vote.