AFTER polls close at 10pm today, people across the country will be waiting to see the results of the General Election.

Candidates will be eager to find out whether or not they have won their seat, and voters will want to know whether their vote made a difference - and most importantly, who will be their MP and Prime Minister.

The results tomorrow morning could decide - among other things - whether or not the country will go through with Brexit, and how soon we might leave the European Union.

The last results are expected to come in at about 6am or 7am - so by then, we should have a clear idea of who might be our next PM - unless we end up with a hung parliament.

These are the times when results for seats in Sussex, according to The Evening Standard:

Hove - 7am

Brighton, Kemptown - 7am

Brighton, Pavilion - 7am

Eastbourne - 3am

Lewes - 3.30am

Bexhill - 4am

Hastings and Rye - 3.30am

Arundel and South Downs - 5am

Bognor Regis and Littlehampton - 4.30am

Wealden - 3am

Chichester - 2.30am

Crawley - 3am

East Worthing and Shoreham - 5am

Horsham - 2am

Mid Sussex - 4am

Worthing West - 5am