Taking the BBC results table, which still has one constituency to declare, and using some Exel™ jiggery-pokery you get this table. That is, taking the popular vote and allocating the proportion of seats dependent on the proportion of the electorate that voted for that party makes interesting reading (don’t forget the rounding!). Bare in mind that I have not read any papers on how proportional representation actually works, or indeed if people knew that we didn’t have a first past the post mechanism would they vote differently? I’m sure they would. So this table is not necessarily representative of a PR Election but it does make you think about the level of negotiation needed to reach agreement.