Tina Weymouth of the Talking Heads, circa : OldSchoolCool
Gavin Barwell and Sarah Jones at the declaration
Alister Jack, the farmer who took Dumfries and Galloway for the Conservative Party in 2017.
George Howarth, MP for Knowsley since the 1980s, raked in the biggest majority of the night in 2017 (over 42,000). Such a foregone conclusion that the hall probably just watched the big TV screen rather than scrutinising the count.
Not the dream team you would have expected to be analysing the General Election 2017, had you forecast a year earlier: George Osborne was still Chancellor, pre-Brexit, while Ed Balls had yet to hit the celebrity circuit on Strictly Come Dancing.
DUP leader Arlene Foster at an election count on 9 June 2017. She was to become critical to enabling Theresa May to stay on as Prime Minister, later that same day, lending her 10 DUP members to support a Conservative minority government.
Jane Ellison, who served as public health minister,defeated by Labour's Marsha de Cordova in Battersea, early morning of 9 June 2017: a result which indicated Labour would win subtantial gains in urban areas which voted "Remain" in 2016.