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Samantha Cameron.<br />
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London, 08/05/2015. Today, the British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks outside 10 Downing Street to announce the Conservative Party victory in the British General Election 2015. Earlier, David and Samantha Cameron went to Buckingham Palace to meet HM Queen Elizabeth II to communicate the official results and for David Cameron to be confirmed for his second term as Prime Minister.<br />
After 5 years of the Coalition Government (Conservatives and Liberal Democrats) led by the Conservative Party leader David Cameron, British people voted in favour of an end to the coalition arrangement. In fact, the Conservative Party gained 331 seats (36.9% - 11,334,920 votes) in the House of Commons which is a slender overall majority that allowes them to form the next Government without the need of a coalition. The other results: Labour Party 232 seats (30,4% - 9,344,328 votes); Scottish National Party, SNP 56 seats (4,7% - 1,454,436 votes); Liberal Democrats 8 seats (7,9% - 2,415,888 votes); UKIP 1 seat (12.6% - 3,881,129 votes); Green Party 1 seat (3,8% - 1,157,613 votes); Democratic Unionist Party 8 seats (0,6% - 184,260 votes); Sinn Fein 4 seats (0,6% - 176,232 votes); Plaid Cymru 3 seats (0,6% - 181,694 votes); Social Democratic & Labour Party 3 seats (0,3% - 99,809 votes); Ulster Unionist Party 2 seats (0,2% - 114,935 votes); others 1 seat. <br />
The definitive turn out of the referendum was 66.1% ( - source the Telegraph). During the day Ed Miliband (Labour leader), Nick Clegg (Liberal Democtats leader), Nigel Farage (UKIP leader) all resigned from their positions as leaders of their respective parties. <br />
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Samantha Cameron.

London, 08/05/2015. Today, the British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks outside 10 Downing Street to announce the Conservative Party victory in the British General Election 2015. Earlier, David and Samantha Cameron went to Buckingham Palace to meet HM Queen Elizabeth II to communicate the official results and for David Cameron to be confirmed for his second term as Prime Minister.
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