UK Election Results 2010 – Tory Leader David Cameron To Win British Election Results 2010
UK Today News: UK Election Results 2010 – Tory Leader David Cameron To Win British Election Results 2010
British Election Results 2010, Tory Leader David Cameron: The UK elections results 2010 is going to close in on a new Prime Minister for Britain, and this time the results for the British election 2010 are both unbelievable as well as unpredictable.
Chances are pretty high for Tory leader David Cameron and his Conservative party to be the next party chosen to form the British government. Reports say that 621 of the 650 seats have already been counted and the Conservative party have taken the lead with 291 seats. It looks like the Tory Leader will be the next Prime Minister of UK and will be heading to Downing Street very soon!
The Labour party on the other hand has 251, Liberal Democrats have 52 seats, Scottish National Party has 6 seats, Plaid Cymru, the Party of Wales has 3 seats, while the remaining political groups have the remaining 18 seats.
We are just moments away from the rest of the ballots to be counted and then we will have the final UK election results 2010 and possibly a new party governing the United Kingdom too.
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