The Conservatives are the largest party following the General Election. But they lost seats so they no longer have an overall majority. There are 650 MPs in parliament so a party has to win just over half – 326 seats – to have control all on its own. As no party reached the winning line, we have what is called a “hung parliament”. Remarkably, the result was predicted by First News readers. The result of our Junior General Election last week showed a hung parliament, too.