Protests outside Downing Street in wake of overwhelming Tory electoral victory in the House of Commons 2015 elections

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The drama continues in the UK as the fallout from the 2015 House of Commons elections continues to settle in and around London. Protestors outside of Downing Street, the official residence of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, clashed with police as can be seen in the video above. The last such gathering of protestors was during the tuition hike last year. The dominant showing of the Conservative Party in recent UK elections has many on the left questioning not only their analysis of pre-election polling but also the future directions of their parties.

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UK: Police battle to keep anti-Tory protesters from Downing St.

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