Mental health charity Samaritans is calling on the government to make suicide prevention a top priority and to deliver on election promises.
Throughout the election campaign, Samaritans appealed to voters to urge anyone standing for parliament to sign up to its campaign to make effective suicide prevention a priority in every part of the UK.
The charity will be following up with all the successful candidates who took part and holding them to that pledge.
Suicide is currently the biggest killer of men under 50 and of both men and women aged 20-34.
Samaritans chief executive Ruth Sutherland said: “Every week, Samaritans hears from thousands of people facing difficult life challenges, often coupled with dire economic circumstances. Suicide and inequality are inextricably linked. Disadvantage can aggravate difficult thoughts and feelings and make people more vulnerable to taking their own life.