UK election: David Cameron can govern alone
Prime Minister David Cameron has made his Conservatives a slim majority in the British Parliament. Instead of having to forge a coalition, it can now govern alone.
David Cameron is Prime Minister and even with effective majority. In the British House of Commons elections the Conservatives come to count from 640 of 650 constituencies, according to the election commission to 325 mandates.
‘ This is the sweetest victory of all’, the re-elected said in a speech to his party.’ All were wrong with their predictions – we get the chance to serve our country again.’
challenger Ed Miliband had put away a bitter defeat: his Labour Party comes to the current state only 228 seats. British media expect Miliband resignation.
Large losses had to insert the Liberal Democrats. The coalition party of the current government could acquire only eight seats. However, party leader Nick Clegg defended his constituency.
8 pictures Victory for the Tories: That was the election night The SNP was the other big winner of the evening. The Scottish National Party is forecast to extrapolations received 56 of 59 seats in Scotland.
Any speculations about possible coalitions can now be adjusted before they are gone off properly. Around noon, Cameron Queen Elizabeth II will take.. It is expected that the Queen Cameron again commissioned at the meeting at Buckingham Palace to form a government. He will participate in the celebrations of the World War II commemoration Then
Overview:. Results in detail