Exit polls give British Conservatives huge lead over Labor

Exit polls project incumbent Prime Minister David Cameron to have come out far in the lead of the UK election, with 316-325 seats, one short of an outright majority in the 326-member parliament. Before the real tally of votes, Ed Miliband’s Labor trails far behind with 239 seats. The Scottish National Party emerges as the third largest with 58 of 59 seats in Scotland. Cameron may be able to form his second government without a coalition partner.


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