While things look exceedingly gloomy across the Irish Sea, in NI it looks a tiny bit brighter, looking like a bad night for the DUP while Alliance & SDLP return to the House of Commons...
South Belfast - Emma Little-Pengelly (DUP) is gone, she might not even finish second. Claire Hanna (SDLP) all but confirmed, with Paula Bradshaw (Alliance) having a chance of taking second place.
North Down - with Syliva Hermon (Independent) standing down, the DUP were favourites to take this seat, but it looks like Stephen Farry (Alliance) will top the poll with a bigger margin than Hermon had against the DUP in 2017.
North Belfast - too close to outright call ATM, but the present signs and bookmaker odds have John Finnucane (Sinn Fein), the current Lord Mayor of Belfast, just about ousting the DUP Westminster leader Nigel Dodds in what has been the dirtiest campaign this election in NI.
Elsewhere, the SDLP is likely to take back Foyle from Sinn Fein, while in South Down what was a likely outcome of Sinn Fein to retain might end up being closer than first thought.