- Britain’s ruling Conservative Party has won 330 seats in the House of Commons, a gain of 28 and four more than are needed for a majority.
- David Cameron is due to stay on as prime minister.
- Labour went down from 256 to 232 seats. The Liberal Democrats, who have governed in a coalition with Cameron since 2010, lost 48 of their 56 seats.
- The Scottish National Party took 56 out of 59 seats in Scotland.
- Nigel Farage’s United Kingdom Independence Party failed to win any seats.
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