David Cameron is heading back to Downing Street after the Conservatives won the 326 seats needed to form a majority administration, according to BBC News, which implies that they are able to govern without the need to have formal agreement with other parties.
It was earlier forecasted however by BBC News, that the Conservative Party is set for another term, in the just concluded British General Election on Thursday, 7th May. The BBC forecast gave the Conservative Party 329 seats in the Parliament, enough to win a slender majority, with the Labor party in second position with 235, Liberal Democrats 8, SNP 56, Green 1 an others 19.
The leader of Labor Party, Ed Miliband said that it is a “difficult and disappointing night for the labor.”
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