David Cameron gets another 5years in office as he wins election

David Cameron is on course for an
extraordinary victory as ‘shy Tories’ came out at the last moment to
keep him in Downing Street. He said it was ‘too early to say’ what the
final result of the General Election would be, but added that there was
‘the chance now to build on the foundation’ laid in the last
But the Tory leader will have to deal
with SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon who is cleaning up north of the border,
leaving Scotland as a near one-party state.
In a signal that he now accepts he will
not be PM, Mr Miliband said the next government ‘has a huge
responsibility’ to hold the UK together.
The SNP tide has swept aside Labour and
Lib Dem big beasts including Jim Murphy and Douglas Alexander in a tide
of nationalism which has already sparked calls for a second
independence referendum.
There are doubts that Mr Miliband will
survive as leader until Friday lunchtime, as he faces being left with 17
fewer seats than Gordon Brown, slumping to 239.
Some 50million people were eligible to
vote in the most closely fought campaign in a generation. Opinion polls
in recent weeks had Labour and the Tories neck and neck, suggesting
Britain faced political deadlock.
But an exit poll released at 10pm on
Thursday suggested voters switched to the Conservatives at the last
moment, giving Mr Cameron an unexpected but welcome boost.
Daily Mail.


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