United Kingdom Election results: Conservatives on course for majority

United Kingdom Election results: Conservatives on course for majority

BBC News

LONDON- David Cameron has returned to Downing Street with the Tories poised to defy polls and win the general election.

The Conservatives made gains in England and Wales and are forecast by the BBC to secure 331 seats in the Commons, giving them a slender majority.

Sources say Ed Miliband is expected to stand down after Labour was all but wiped out by the SNP in Scotland.

Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has already said he will quit, with his party set to be reduced from 57 to eight MPs.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage is also quitting after he failed to win Thanet South, losing by nearly 2,800 votes to the Conservatives.

In other election developments:
The BBC forecast, with 635 of 650 seats declared, is Conservative 331, Labour 232, the Lib Dems 8, the SNP 56, Plaid Cymru 3, UKIP 1, the Greens 1 and others 19.

The Conservatives are expected to get a 37% share of the national vote, Labour 31%, UKIP 13%, the Lib Dems 8%, the SNP 5%, the Green Party 4% and Plaid Cymru 1%.
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Video: David Cameron Returns To Downing Street

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Video: David Cameron Winning Speech to Call One Nation One UK

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Video: Sturgeon underlines her ‘responsibility’ to Scotland
The leader of the Scottish National Party Nicola Sturgeon says that the Scottish people have handed her an enormous responsibility, after what looks like an historic victory for her party in Britain’s general election.

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