- Britain’s ruling Conservatives have lost their majority in parliamentary elections, but they remain the largest party with 317 out of 650 seats.
- They can probably stay in power with the support of the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland, which has ten seats.
- Labour won 40 percent support nationwide and 261 seats, up 29.
- The Scottish National Party has gone down from 56 to 35 seats. A second independence referendum is now unlikely.
- The centrist Liberal Democrats gained four seats and now have twelve.
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