Cameron back in No.10 with overall majority as three rivals quit

According to almost complete election results, David Cameron’s Conservatives won an overall majority of 329 seats in the 626-seat British parliament. He has called on the Queen who is to formally ask him to form a government. His rivals, Labor’s Ed Miliband, the Liberal-Democrats’ Nick Clegg and UkIP’s Nigel Farage, have all resigned. The Scottish National Party emerged as the third largest party with 56 of 59 seats in Scotland.

 

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