Allies of Mr Corbyn put on a brave face at the count in Islington, but elsewhere he was facing calls to resign.
The 10pm poll suggests a looming disaster for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, with the party forecast to win just 191 seats.
'The message really resonates with people,' a leading political sociologist told Yahoo News UK.
James Clark is seeking to challenge the Labour leader's 2017 majority of 33,215.
Boris Johnson will head to the Uxbridge and South Ruislip count with a majority of just 5,034: the smallest defended by a PM since 1924.
Green Party co-leader Sian Berry has blasted Tory Zac Goldsmith after he “implied” her party had stood aside for him in his constituency. Richmond Park Greens did stand aside in the ultra-marginal west London seat, but this was to help pro-Remain Liberal Democrat candidate Sarah Olney - who missed out by just 45 votes in 2017 - unseat Mr Goldsmith in the general election. “I was going to support the Green Party but they have stood aside so that means Zac now gets my vote”.
In an extraordinary move by the former-prime minister, he endorsed three ex-Conservative independents who lost the party whip earlier this year after rebelling against Boris Johnson over Brexit.
'He knew he was going to be elected. In Henley, you can put a blue rosette on a donkey and it will get elected.'
The Prime Minister had previously said terrorist Usman Khan was back on the streets because of laws introduced by a Labour 'leftie government'.
Speaking at a rally in Buckley, north Wales, Mr Farage told party supporters 'you may well be related to one of his many children'.
A focus group in Newcastle-Under-Lyme showed voters hold little optimism for the future, Edelman's public affairs MD James Morris writes.
Thousands of people came streaming down Cannon Street as police officers, some armed and with dogs, roared: “Clear the road!”
The Prime Minister was made to squirm on a live LBC phone-in as the woman told Mr Johnson her children suffered from the stigma of his attitude.
Bob Thomson said he would take a punch in the face every day if it meant Jeremy Corbyn getting into power - but warned of the "nasty" political climate.
The Labour leader presented a 451-page document covering six rounds of government talks with the US between 2017 and earlier this year.