"That is our responsibility to the huge numbers who voted for our manifesto last week: a programme to transform Britain for the many that caught the imagination of millions". In a statement before the final result, he said his party has "changed the face of British politics, ' a notion many agree with". There was a late surge towards Labour from younger voters and she did not get the predicted landslide.
Matthew Smith of YouGov said: "It is remarkable that there has been such a sharp turnaround for the leaders of the two main political parties". We need a new crop of politicians who are not shy about Corbyn's anti-austerity manifesto and who possess an unwavering drive to take on the Tory establishment.
But it is not that simple.
Of those voters, a total of 41 percent were estimated to have voted for the Conservatives, compared to 31 percent who voted for Labour.
There will be pressure for a softer Brexit.
When Prime Minister Theresa May announced a snap general election on 18 April 2017, nobody realised that it was probably the biggest gamble that a post-war government had ever made - more serious than the Scottish Independence and Brexit referendums, which were also engineered by the Tory Party. But even in that landslide victory, it was found that much of Britain's upper-middle-class and middle-class voters - classified as "AB" according to Britain's traditional demographic classification system - had still backed the Conservatives. The Hard Brexit will be softened as the government's weakness will embolden those MPs who wanted to remain the European Union who are probably in a majority in the House of Commons.
"There is a majority in the House of Commons for accepting that we are leaving but wanting a close and warm relationship with the rest of the EU".
As well as relying on supporters spreading the message organically, both the Tories and Labour bought Facebook ads to target specific constituencies, using the power of social media to tailor messages to people in specific geographical areas - something which is likely to increase as the power of national campaigns in newspapers wanes.
The government's plan for the next parliament will be outlined in the Queen's speech on Wednesday, and will include laws needed to deliver Brexit and new immigration legislation. The chances of the Brexit negotiations collapsing have also increased. Also that the party will not alienate powerful Tories by appealing to the populist instincts in Great Britain, that won Mr Corbyn support for his irresponsible plans, and blocking key nationwide fiscal reform at this time of ever-rising United Kingdom national debt.
The talks with the EU's negotiating team are due to begin on 19 June.
Benjamin Cronin (Content Editor Pinnacle): Regardless of your political disposition, both Theresa May and the Conservative party she leads (if in name only) are in a hard position ahead of the impending Brexit negotiations with the European Union. Despite her firm, immediate declaration that she was not resigning, her position remains in question. In the general election, the DUP won 10 seats with 292,316 votes while Greens have one seat with 524,604 votes.