United Kingdom Elections 2015: Conservative Party Emerges as Largest Party, David Cameron Likely to Remain Prime Minister

The UK election 2015 explained for non-Brits | General election 2015

“One nation, one United Kingdom” – David Cameron on leading the next government bbc.co.uk/electionlive #GE2015

Posted by BBC News on Thursday, May 7, 2015

Tories emerge as largest party in election results, David Cameron likely to remain Prime Minister

UK parliamentary elections 2015…early exit polls show Tories with a majority in the Commons

Exit polling the United Kingdom’s elections has the Conservative Party winning 316 seats, Labour 239, Liberal Democrats will get 10 MPs, the Scottish National Party (SNP) 58, Plaid Cymru 4, UK Independence Party 2 and the Green Party two, resulting in a hung parliament in which the Conservative Party could form a minority government relying upon the Lib Dems or the SNP to pass legislation, not an ideal situationa to say the least. We’ll be updating this story as things develop.


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